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are defending themselves against the threatened attack of some
kind of weasel.
This scene is nearly double the size of the others, and the above copy is
about Vioth of the original size.
Below these hunting scenes is the procession of women bearing
offerings, already described. Above these, to the right, are cattle
being driven through the water during the inundation.
Above the inundation and over the door are a number of rams.
According to Herodotus the Egyptians sowed their seed on the wet
mud, and caused it to be trodden in by swine, and this task is here
Baedeker's Egypt I. 25