Editions, Studies and Translations
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New York 1973, two vols in one) he gives a facsimile of the text (the first to be published!), that still stands out as a monument of epigraphic skill. On PI. CXIX-CXXII he provides a collation of the Rekhmire-version with the three other versions in TT no. 29, 106, 131. Since his work cannot be improved upon (personal observation in summer 1985 confirmed this fact), his facsimile and collation will serve as the basis for the present analysis. The pertinent plates from his publication are reproduced at the end of this volume.