The Story of Wenamun (alternately known as the Report of Wenamun, The Misadventures of Wenamun, Voyage of Unamūn, or [informally] as just Wenamun) is a literary text ...
The Report of Wenamun (Translation from M. Lichtheim. Ancient Egyptian Literature: A Book of Readings. Vol. 2, pp. 224-29) Year 5, fourth month of summer, day 16, the ...
Wenamun was sent to purchase much-valued timber from Byblos for the Pharaoh of Egypt. Wood was a valuable commodity which the Phoenicians ...
When we began to discuss the third intermediate period in ancient Egypt in class on Tuesday, the brief explanation of The Story (or Misfortune) of Wenamun seemed to ...
I do not own the song or the images. Here a the cool song from the Joe Cool's Blues album by the Wynton Marsalls' Septet called Linus and Lucy, otherwise know as the ...
- new this spring The Report of Wenamun Hans Goedicke In this translation and provocative commentary, Goedicke presents an entirely new interpretation of The Report ...
WENAMUN loves a Woman" A camp (was set up) in one place in Amor. They desolated its people, and its land was like that which has never come into being.
Introduction One enticing thing about travel tales from distant centuries is the way they suggest so many more stories that haven't been told.
Wenamen's Journey The ... Apparently the prince advises Wenamun to wait some more, but Wenamun departs. He passes Tyre and approaches Byblos.
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