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Now, when many days had]' passed by, while the eldest son of Horus was chief and hereditary prince in this whole land, behold, this august god, Horus, lord of Alabastronpolis, his heart desired to establish his son upon his eternal throne, and [he] commanded IS-of the -j of Amon. Horus proceeded with rejoicing to Thebes, city of the lord of eternity, (and with) his son in his embrace to Karnak, to introduce him before Amon, to assign to him his office of king, to pass his life (as such). Behold, -41 [[they camel with rejoilcing at his beautiful feast in Luxor.
CeoZogy, XXI, 141. 14 NINETEENTH DYNASTY: HARMHAB [8 23 titulary fixed by the gods. To make his claim on the crown legitimate, however, he next proceeds to the palace of the princess, Mutnezmet, the sister of Ikhnaton's queen, Nefernefruaton-Nofretete, who, although advanced in years, was a princess of the royal line, and is there recognized as her husband. 23. After the celebration of a feast in Luxor, the king proceeds northward, to restore the temples of the godsan interesting indication of the destructive work of Ikhnaton's reform, in abolishing the old cults.