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By John Crowley

There's a couple of heritage of the world.

prior to technological know-how outlined the fashionable age, different powers, wondrous and magical, as soon as ruled the universe, their lore perfected inside a misplaced capital of hieroglyphs, wizard-kings, and excellent monuments, no longer Egypt -- yet Ægypt.

What if it have been relatively so?

within the Seventies, a historian named Pierce Moffett strikes to the recent England geographical region to put in writing a e-book approximately Ægypt, pushed by means of an concept he dare now not think -- that the actual legislation of the universe as soon as replaced and will swap back. but the idea isn't his on my own. anything waits on the locked property of Fellowes Kraft, writer of romances approximately Will Shakespeare and Giordano Bruno and Dr. John Dee, anything for which Pierce and people close to him have lengthy sought with out understanding it, a key, maybe, to Ægypt. proudly offers the definitive textual content of John Crowley's Ægypt, newly edited and corrected in session with the author.

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The monumental durability of these communications may have encouraged a greater awareness of form. All of this forces us to realise how remote such texts are from being simple voices from the past. Technical texts existed, which provided catalogues itemising practical knowledge of mathematics and medicine. They are not treatises but lists of particular empirical problems and solutions, which were intended to act as general models (1920). Their characteristic structure is exemplified in the so-called 'onomastica' (18), which are epitomes of the Egyptian tradition of knowledge as compendia of terminology.

They appear in only one Middle Kingdom papyrus, but are widespread in the New Kingdom copies of earlier texts; while they must have aided scanning a text considerably, their late Page 17 introduction shows that this was perfectly possible without them. Throughout the Middle Kingdom rubrics marked the beginnings of stanzas of verse (called 'mansions', by a metaphor similar to our modern one), but these were often omitted, particularly in vertical lines. The literary punctuation reached its maturity in the New Kingdom when it was applied more consistently; only then was a specific sign for the end of a stanza used (an abbreviation for the word 'pause': this had occasionally marked the divisions between spells in the Middle Kingdom Coffin Texts).

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