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" Isis set out once more in search of the scattered members of her husband's body, using a boat made of the papyrus rush in order the more easily to pass through the lower and fenny parts of the country. "
The Nile: Notes for Travellers in Egypt - Page 183
by Sir Ernest Alfred Wallis Budge - 1902 - 674 pages
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A second series of the Manners and customs of the ancient ..., Volume 1

Sir John Gardner Wilkinson - 1841
...search of the scattered members of her husband's body, using a boat made of the papyrus rush, in order more easily to pass through the lower and fenny parts of the country. . . . And one reason assigned for the many different sepulchres of Osiris shown in Egypt, is, that...
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Manners and customs of the ancient Egyptians

John Gardner Wilkinson (sir.) - 1841
...search of the scattered members of her husband's body, using a boat made of the papyrus rush, in order more easily to pass through the lower and fenny parts of the country. . . . And one reason assigned for the many different sepulchres of Osiris shown in Egypt, is, that...
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A Second Series of the Manners and Customs of the Ancient ..., Volume 1

Sir John Gardner Wilkinson - 1841
...search of the scattered members of her husband's body, using a boat made of the papyrus rush, in order more easily to pass through the lower and fenny parts of the country.... And o.ie reason assigned for the many different sepulchres of Osiris shown in Egypt, is, that wherever...
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The Manners and Customs of the Ancient Egyptians: Including Their ..., Volume 4

Sir John Gardner Wilkinson - 1847
...search of the scattered members of her husband's body, using a boat made of the papyrus rush, in order more easily to pass through the lower and fenny parts of the country. . . . And one reason assigned for the many different sepulchres of Osiris shown in Egypt, is, that...
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Early Egyptian history, for the young, by the author of 'Sidney Grey' and ...

Annie Keary - 1861
...search of the scattered members of her husband's body, using a boat made of the papyrus rush, in order more easily to pass through the lower and fenny parts of the country ; and one reason assigned for the many different sepulchres of Osiris shown in Egypt is, that wherever...
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Early Egyptian History for the Young: With Descriptions of the Tombs and ...

Annie Keary, Eliza Keary - 1861 - 434 pages
...search of the scattered members of her husband's body, using a boat made of the papyrus rush, in order more easily to pass through the lower and fenny parts of the country; and one reason assigned for the many different sepulchres of Osiris shown in Egypt is, that wherever...
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The Two Babylons: Or, The Papal Worship Proved to be the Worship of Nimrod ...

rev. Alexander Hislop - 1862 - 470 pages
...search of the scattered members of her husband's body, using a boat made of the papyrus rush, in order more easily to pass through the lower and fenny parts of the country. . . . And one reason assigned for the different sepulchres of Osiris shown in Egypt, is, that wherever...
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The girl's book of famous queens

Lydia Hoyt Farmer - 1887 - 495 pages
...more in search of the scattered members of her husband's body, using a boat made of the papyrus rush in order the more easily to pass through the lower and fenny parts of the country. And one reason assigned for the many different sepulchres of Osiris shown in Egypt is, that wherever...
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Egyptian Religion: Egyptian Ideas of the Future Life

E. A. Wallis Budge, Sir Ernest Alfred Wallis Budge - 2005 - 212 pages
...different parts of the country—Upon being made acquainted with this event, Ms once more sets oat in search of the scattered fragments of her husband's...the reed Papyrus in order the more easily to pass thro* the lower and fenny parts of the country—For which reason, say they, the crocodile never touches...
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