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  1. An academic at the Australian Lutheran College shared with me some texts in Luther's translations of texts used in the homosexual debate. Some other scholars have challenge the NRSV translation especially 1 Cor 6:9. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-TRtn_Fu_K39ZEwm8byQmSazT6V06umryb8ugexeE4Q/edit
  2. I found examples of Fac 2 are common with the must of the same imagery. Figure 7 appears in all of them and this is the Nehenkau (the dove) who appears in them with legs and a penis offering the wedjat eye to the deity before him. Figure 3 must have been broken away as the creator of Fac 2 inserted a deity on a boat and with an insect from another section of the Smith papyri 22 23 is usually a figure with multiple heads. It was broken away there and it looks like the two headed deity above was inserted. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vYqfTAwR2xVx0gKruLt_ylbU9hBz4EZ7pqSh0uUm8lg/edit Sketch of Facsimile 2 https://docs.google.com/document/d/1f7YMm6IGxfQwsGFW2S9jdkDmF881LzpRMIHERp4Sbbg/edit
  3. Hello I read your paper in Dialogue Egyptology and the Book of Abraham. I wondered if youhad read a paper by Tamas Mekis "Some Reflections on the funerary Equipment of Paiuhor. There he has Registers similar to that of figures 5 6 & .These are Hypocephalus Louvre N 3527 and Turin cat no. 2321 Musei Antichita Egiie diTorino. Figure 2 can be found in Vienna AS 253 /1 Turincat.no. 2321 Louvre E 26834a Anything compatible with Smith's interpretation?
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