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Ryholt, Kim
The Story of Petese Son of Petetum and Seventy other Good and Bad Stories

1999, 130 s., indb
The Carlsberg Papyri 4
ISBN 978-87-7289-527-7
Serie: Carsten Niebuhr Institute Publications, vol. 23
ISSN 0902-5499
Serie: The Carlsberg Papyri, vol. 4
ISSN 0907-8118



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The book presents a complete edition of the three known versions of the ancient Egyptian narrative The Story of Petese son of Petetum and Seventy Other Good and Bad Stories, copied from the 4th century BC through the 2nd century AD. The narrative, written in Demotic, employs the literary device of a main story containing a series of brief stories presented to a specific character. In the main story, a prophet commits an act of blasphemy and is punished by the gods. Through magical means the prophet learns from Osiris that he has only 40 more days to live. On the fifth day the prophet creates a number of magical beings which he sends out to find 35 "good" stories and 35 "bad" stories, one pair of stories for each remaining day of his life. These stories are then presented to the prophet. In this respect it is remarkably similar to Arabian Nights.

Kim Ryholt er professor i ægyptologi på Institut for Tværkulturelle og Regionale Studier ved Københavns Universitet. Han har i over 20 år været ansvarlig for Papyrus Carlsberg Samlingen og dens udgivelsesaktiviteter.


 
Emneområde | Litteratur | Nærorientalske studier | Tekstudgaver og manuskripter |
Specifikt emneord | Narrativer | Papyrologi |
Land | Ægypten |
Periode | Klassisk oldtid |
Sprog | Demotisk | Engelsk |

Pressen skrev

"It is an important contribution to our knowledge of ancient Egyptian literature. Ryholt is to be commended for efforts in putting together the pieces, some which are quite small, and for his detailed analysis."
- Saphinaz-Amal Naguib(University of Oslo), Acta Orientalia, Vol. 61, 2000

"... l'excellent travail de lecture, de recomposition et de restitution de Kim Ryholt, dont la connaissance approfondie de cette documentation en fait probablement l'un des plus aptes à cette tâche si ardue. Cette publication est un nouvel exemple de la richesse d'une littérature dont nous ne possédons qu'une infirme portion."
Ghislaine Widmer, Chronique d'Egypte, Tome LXXVII 2002

"Considerable praise is due to the editor for the painstaking effort that he must have devoted to reconstructing an intelligible story from such a plethora of fragments. The fact that a comprehensible, albeit inevitably still very fragmentary, text has emerged from the scattered remains of these manuscripts is testimony to his acumen and endeavour ... we should be grateful to Kim Ryholt for providing such an excellent introduction to the Story of Petese and hope that his foraging among the fragments from Tebtunis in the University of Copenhagen and other collections around the world will continue to produce such fascinating insights into the once all-too-neglected world of Demotic literature."
-Cary J. Martin, Journal of Egyptian Archeology vol. 90, 2005
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Kim Ryholt som redaktør

Acts of the Seventh International Conference of Demotic Studies, Copenhagen 23-27 August 1999
2002, ISBN 978-87-7289-648-9, indb

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2016, ISBN 978-87-635-4374-3, indb
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2006, ISBN 978-87-635-0404-1, indb
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2006, ISBN 978-87-635-0404-1, indb
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2000, ISBN 978-87-7289-547-5, indb
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2000, ISBN 978-87-7289-547-5, indb
Hieratic Texts from the Collection
2006, ISBN 978-87-635-0405-8, indb
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2006, ISBN 978-87-635-0405-8, indb
Narrative Literature from the Tebtunis Temple Library
2013, ISBN 978-87-635-0780-6, indb
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2013, ISBN 978-87-635-0780-6, indb
Hieratic Texts from Tebtunis
2020, ISBN 978-87-635-4676-8, indb
Hieratic Texts from Tebtunis
2020, ISBN 978-87-635-4676-8, indb
Demotic Literary Texts from Tebtunis and Beyond
2019, ISBN 978-87-635-2607-4, indb
Papyrus Conservation in the Field
2020, ISBN 978-87-635-4631-7, hft
Cultural Encounters in Near Eastern History
2018, ISBN 978-87-635-4387-3, indb
 


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