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Bulletin de l’Institut français d’archéologie orientale 104
2004 IFAO
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Le papyrus de Moutemheb.

The magical papyrus Louvre E 32308 comes from Deir al-Medīna and belongs to a group of amulets which, once folded, were hung around the neck of the patient. It can be differentiated from others with texts of the same kind by the great number of drawings that surround the text. It also contains several sequences similar to those found in P. Turin 1996. These sequences are not true parallels, but variations that can only be explained as personal choices on the part of the scribe, choices that were sometimes based on graphic or phonetic variations.

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