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Carter No.: 261p(1)

Handlist description: Pectoral of Nut

Card/Transcription No.: 261p1-4

Pectoral no. 261, p.1

At top Nebkheprurec, lord of the two lands, Tutcankhamun-Prince-of-Southern-Heliopolis Beside the goddess' head. Nut, the great and beneficent. Below the wings. Said by Nut; I extend my arms over my son*, King Nebkheprurec, the deceased, I stretch my wings+ over thy beauty, O Tutc ankhamun, even as Rec did over <his> son Onnophris. Thy father (?)# shall be a protection of these they members.

* This is a famous tag, familar from the Pyramids. + dhnhn, I don't know this word # Written like a plural, "fathers"

Card no. 261p1-4 relating to Carter no. 261p(1)
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