Letter I (3.1A)
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Subject: Archival Documents from the Biblical World; Egyptian Archival Documents; Letters; Middle Kingdom Letters

Letter I (3.1A)

(vo. 18–19) From ka-servant Heqanakht to his household of Sidder Grove.1

(ro. 1) To be said by ka-servant2 Heqanakht to Merisu.3 As for every part of our land that is inundated,4 you are the one who plows it — take heed — and all my people as well as you. Look, I hold you responsible. Be very diligent in plowing. Mind you that my seed-grain is watched over and that all my property is watched over. Look, I hold you responsible. Mind you about all my property.

(ro. 3)…

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“Letter I (3.1A)”, in: Context of Scripture Online, Editor in Chief: W. Hallo. Consulted online on 29 March 2017



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