[1] [Brugsch, Sai-an-Sinsin, sive Liber Metempsychosis: 4to, Berlin, 1841.]

[2] [Salt, Papyrus No. 825.]

[3] [Papyrus, British Museum. Barker, 208.]

[4] [Coffin of Sebakaa, D'Athanasi, Engravings of a Collection of Antiquities, folio, London, 1837, Pl. X.]

[5] [Coffin of Pa-ankhu, Lepsius, Denkm. Abth. II. BM. 98,99.; coffin of Hant, Lepsius, Denkm. II. 145.]

[6] [A copy of the inscription on this sarcophagus, made by Sir J. Gardner Wilkinson, is in the Department of Antiquities, British Museum.]

[7] [Rosellini, Breve Notizia intorno un Frammento di Papiro funebre Egizio esistente nel ducale Museo di Parma: folio, Parma, 1838.]

[8] [A coffin in the Brirish Museum, of one Sabatattu, No. 6657, and another at Belfast, published in a lithographic plate privately printed by Dr. Hincks, have also this chapter. From the name of the person on this coffin being Ra-ma-kheru, the same as the prenomen af Amenemha IV, Dr. Hincks connected it with the 12th Dynasty. (Belfast Northern Whig, Oct. 24, 1850.) Two other chapters, cc. 26, 28, were found on this coffin, No. 6657.]

[9] [Lepsius, Todtenbuch, p. 12. Sharpe, Eg. Inscr. Pl. 28, 44. Many other chapters, however, occur at this period.]

[10] [The only Ritual having a positive date with which I am acquainted is that of Hunnefer, cattle-keeper to Seti I, of the 19th Dynasty, formerly in the collection of Clot Bey, but now in the British Museum, (M. de Rouge: Moniteur, 7 et 8 Mar. 1851.)]

[11] [The inscriptions of the 12th Dynasty are filled with ritualistic formulae. To feed the hungry, give drink to the thirsty, clothe the naked, bury the dead, loyally serve the king, formed the first duties of a pious man and faithful subject. The doctrine of the immortality of the soul is as old as this period. (Tablet, Brit. Mus. 562.)]

[12] [See the long ritualistic inscription at Eileithyia: Lepsius, Denkm. Abth. III. Bl. 13.]

[13] [Lepsius, Denkm. Abtb. III. 25.]

[14] [Ibid. Bl. 226.]

[15] [Ibid. Bl. 260-270.]

[16] [Ibid. Bl. 277.]

[17] [The oldest is that of King Sebakemshaf, of the 13th Dynasty: British Museum, Egyptian Room, No. 7876.]

[18] [The oldest sepulchral figure having this formula, with which I am acquainted, is that of Sethos I; the other formula is of Amenophis III, of the 18th Dynasty. British Museum, Egyptian Room, No. 6680. Young, Hieroglyphics, Pl. 2. and 14.]

[19] [M. Chabas, Athenaeum Franais, Bull. Arch. Juin, 1856, p. 43; Sharpe, Egypt. Inscr. Pl. 10. 12. Cf. also a tablet in the Louvre, c. 130. of Her.t.enbast, of the 22nd Dynasty.]

[20] [M. le Vte. de Roug, "Rapport a M. le Directeur General des Musees:" Moniteur, 7 et 8 Mar. 1851.]

[21] [Denon, Voyage en Egypt, Pl. 138. Papyrus of Uasarkan, son of Shashank.]

[22] [Leemans, Papyrus Egyptien demontique: fol. Leide, 1839.]

[23] [Schwartze, Pistis Sophia: 8vo, Berlin, 1851. Cf. Goodwin, C.W., Fragment of a Greco-Egyptian work on Magic: 8vo, Cambr. 1852.]

[24] [Lepsius, Todtenbuch, S. 3.]

[25] [See Chapter 64, rubric.]

[26] [Lepsius, Abth. III. Bl. 276.]

[27] [Cailliaud, Voyage Meroe, t. iv. p. 1. seqq. Notice descriptive des Monum. d'Egypt. du Musee Charles X., 12mo, Paris, 1827, p. 144. Grammaire et Dictionnaire Egypt. Mai, A., Papiri d. Bibliotheca Vaticana, 4to, Rome, 1825, p. 3. seqq.]

[28] [Copie figuree d'un rouleau de Papyrus: fol. Paris, 1805.]

[29] [Antig. vol. ii. Pl. 60-75, and vol. v. Pl. 40. 44. 46.]

[30] [Exemplum Papyri gyptiac: 8vo, Cracovi, 1826.]

[31] [Hieroglyphics, Pl. I. 11.]

[32] [Tablets and other Egyptian Monuments, from the Collection of the Earl of Belmore: fol. London, 1843.]

[33] [cc. 2 and 3.]

[34] [c. 9.]

[35] [c. 13.]

[36] [c. 9.]

[37] [cc. 1-10.]

[38] [c. 14.]

[39] [Lepsius, Todt. S. 12.]

[40] [Lepsius, Konigb. Taf. VI. no. 37.]

[41] [Sharpe, Eg. Inscr. Pl. 105.]

[42] [Burton, Exc. Hier. Pl. LVI. LVIII.]

[43] [Mai, Papyri Egiziani: 4to, Roma, 1825.]

[44] [Voyage Meroe, 8vo, Paris, 1827, tom. iv, p.1, seqq.]

[45] [Hermapion, 4to, 1841, Ap. xxxii.]

[46] [Notice descriptive du Muse Charles X, 12mo, Paris, 1827, p. 144.]

[47] [Lettres crites d'gypte: 8vo, 1833.]

[48] [Grammaire gyptienne: fol. Paris, 1836.]

[49] [Dictionnaire gyptienne: fol. Paris, 1841.]

[50] [Catalogue of the Egyptian Manuscripts in Trinity College: 8vo. Dublin, 1843.]

[51] [Beitrge zur Prfung der Hieroglyphen systeme: 8vo, Leipzig, 1846.]

[52] [Aegptischer Denkmler K. Neuen Museum, 12mo, Berl. 1850, p. 54.]

[53] [Monuments gyptiens: fol. Berl. 1858.]

[54] [Moniteur, 7 et 8 Mars, 1851. Journal Asiatiaque, 1858.]

[55] [Athen. Franais, Bull. Juin, 1856, p. 43; Pap. Mag. Harris, p. 160 and foll.]

[56] [Sir C. Nicholson, Catalogue of Egyptian and other Antiquities: 8vo, London, 1838.]

[57] [Archologia, 1856, p. 170.]

[58] [Handbuch Aegypt. Alterthumsk. 1858, S. 104. und ff.]

[59] [Le Correspondant, tom. iv. no. xli. 2c liv. 25. Fev. 1857.]

[60] [I owe to the kindness of this gentleman a copy of this interesting, although hitherto unpublished, papyrus.]

[61] [Rituel Funraire des anciens gyptiens: fol. Paris, 1861.]

[62] [Abth, vi. Bl, 123, 124.]

[63] [Mon. du Muse de Leide. Pl. iv. xv.]

[64] [The text followed is that of the Turin Ritual; Lepsius, Das Todtenbuch, 4to, Leipzig, 1842.]

[65] [Pap. B. M. 9900, calls it "The commencing of the book of proceeding to the companions of Osiris ..." &c.]

[66] [The brackets mark the vari lectiones, or ambiguous sense, in the text of Lepsius.]

[67] [The Osiris is here, and throughout, used for the deceased.]

[68] [Or Tu-ur.]

[69] [These chapters are all preceded by "Said by the Osiris or deceased," or "Said to the Osiris or deceased."]

[70] [Visconti v. reads Getka is its name; Magetka-arf is his name.]