The Invocation Hymn at the Temple of Hibis

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ID:11014
Author: Lorton, David
Further contributors: Altenmüller, Hartwig (Editor)
Document types:Artikel in Zeitschrift
Year of publication:1994
Published: Buske, Helmut, Hamburg (1994)
Journal:Studien zur Altägyptischen Kultur (SAK), 21
ISBN:3875481216
Subjects: HIBE, EL- -> Ortsnamen für Orte der Antike
TEMPEL -> Bauten im weitesten Sinn
HYMNUS -> Allg. Begriffe zu Textgattung, Buch und Literatur
TAHARQA -> Könige, in- und ausländisch
KARNAK -> Ortsnamen für Orte der Antike
DYN 27 -> Epochenbezeichnungen
DYN 25 -> Epochenbezeichnungen
Seiten:159-217
Verfügbarkeit:Lokaler Bestand vorhanden
Signatur:Z-SAK
AEB-Nr:940429
Letzte Aktualisierung:15.11.2013
Eintrag-Nr(alt):11263
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The paper considers a hymn invoking Amun-Re of Karnak and Hibis to awaken, along with a parallel preserved in the edifice of Taharqa at Karnak. A translation and commentary are followed by an analysis of the structure of the ten individual invocation lines and of the structure of the ten lines as a whole; of the relationship between this hymn and its accompanying hymnic material; of the relationship between these texts and the remaining hymnic material in the room where it is attested; of the location of the hymn in the temple of Hibis; and of the location of its parallel at Karnak, along with a reassessment of the ritual purpose of the underground rooms there.