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No snoozing, please! Proverbs vi, 9. Then she remembered that if the noise went on any longer it would wake her father, and with a hurried movement she bounded out of bed, seized the clock from the chest of drawers, and turned off the alarm.

It was kept on the chest of drawers precisely in order that she should have to get out of bed to silence it. It was just half past five, and coldish for an August morning. With care — for the kitchen table had a nasty trick of reaching out of the darkness and banging you on the hip-bone — Dorothy felt her way into the kitchen, lighted the candle on the mantelpiece, and, still aching with fatigue, knelt down and raked the ashes out of the range.

Ellen was still snoring, with heavy youthful snores. She was a good hard-working servant once she was awake, but she was one of those girls whom the Devil and all his angels cannot get out of bed before seven in the morning. Dorothy filled the bath as slowly as possible — the splashing always woke her father if she turned on the tap too fast — and stood for a moment regarding the pale, unappetizing pool of water.

Her body had gone goose-flesh all over. She detested cold baths; it was for that very reason that she made it a rule to take all her baths cold from April to November.

Putting a tentative hand into the water — and it was horribly cold — she drove herself forward with her usual exhortations. Indeed, she served as EN-priestess for at least 30 years, dying under the rule of the subsequent Larsa king, Abi-sare r. Although Enshakiag-Nanna, daughter of the mid-Larsa ruler Sumu-el r. Both types of High Priestess served as the consort of an important male deity linked with kingship: While several EPNs could hold office concurrently at different sites across Babylonia, the one in Ur was invariably the most important.

Both institutions were terminated by the arrival of Persian rule. Since it is this arrangement that obtained during the peak period of the EPN and GWA alike, we may conclude that this formula was especially effective in the context of ancient Near Eastern and Egyptian societies.

These women were powerful royal figures whose served as religious, political, cultural and economic leaders of their communities. As heads of the major temples in their respective regions, they brought the assets of these wealthy institutions within the purview of the crown. The cultic roles of the EPN and GWA were similar, although the former focused her energies upon Ningal, the goddess of whom she was the earthly representative, whereas the latter directed her energies toward Amun -Re , her divine husband.

Despite femininity being central to the role of a divine consort, both offices are somewhat affected by a paradoxical gender distortion, namely the notional masculinisation of the incumbents.

Other similarities between the two types of priestess — such as undertones of servitude in their titles, their associations with specific birds, and their construction of chapels with analogous features — were also explored. As the GWAs of interest are years closer to us than the cognate EPNs, it makes sense to use the more abundant data for the former to formulate possibilities for the latter.

In the meantime, however, we can still draw many inferences from the comparison in the present paper which are likely to prove enduring, and to this end we may resume our summary.

Both types of High Priestess were spiritual leaders who were often instrumental in reconciling and integrating distinct cultural or ethnic groups within their respective countries, thereby furthering the royal agenda of national unification.

Similarly, the religious leadership of the Libyan and Nubian GWAs of Dynasties demonstrated the deep commitment of the corresponding royal houses to upholding Egyptian religious norms, and thereby helped to legitimize the rule of Egypt by a series of non-indigenous kings.

In Dynasty 26, the Saites — kings of Libyan descent whose dynasty had begun as an Assyrian vassalship — were naturalised and rehabilitated in the same way. This longevity provided the relevant community with a unifying link through times of social and political disorder. In both institutions, specific incumbents e. It is the harmonious co-existence, and association, of these two women that served to achieve a smooth transition of power in the Theban region. For it is in their capacity as the ultimate religious authority in Thebes that the two women were able to negotiate the dynastic transition from Libyan to Nubian rule.

In the words of Joan Westenholz: She was a symbol of the Sumerian community as a whole. For this reason [ Graham; v. Lloyd D. Endnotes Abbreviations: David Wengrow Surprisingly, the recent page compendium titled Sacred Marriages: Figure placements commence after Table 6.

Tables , which belong together, are also presented as a single group at the place where Table 7 is first called. Although not listed as a separate title at this stage, it forms the initial part of the ceremonial name Enheduana; Westenholz Lion See Westenholz Nevertheless, Collon Collon RIME 2.

Hall Mistress, …… the treasures? I will gather their eggs for you, and I shall …… the nest. High priestess of Nanna, …… the ubi-birds. As ai-nfr. The city is not given, but cannot be Ur if Weadock See under table heading Iconography of spouse for an avian association.

Weadock Note however that Enirsiana and Ninziana who are included by Weadock as En-nir-si-anna and Nin-zi-anna, respectively are very unlikely to be EPNs, as discussed in the main text section titled Survival. If Abraham existed and his dating is broadly correct, he would probably have grown up in Ur at a time when the EPN there was a powerful and well-known individual. RIME 4. In an unrelated context, Pope Perhaps this , together with the origins of the institution among the Great Royal Wives of the New Kingdom, underpins an occasional honorific use of the term Hm.

Or perhaps, as argued most recently by Pope The eventual absorption of this title by the GWA is discussed in the section titled Power and Prosperity. Specific dates from the various schemes are presented ahead in Fig. While not denying the prominence of Kushite royal women in affairs of state, Koch Postgate Although Ayad a: The ancestor whose identity has been effaced is usually assumed to be Amenirdis II [Pope Recently, Pope has proposed Shepenwepet II as the ancestor.

Lohwasser Perdu indicates that one such institution may relate to Horus-Re. Leahy Ayad a: Amar-Sin, year 9. For recent treatments of this phenomenon as a metaphor with parallels beyond ancient Mesopotamia, see e. Lapinkivi ; Pongratz-Leisten Until recently, the sacred marriage of the king to a fertility goddess or figure who represented the sovereignty of the land was accepted as having diffused as far afield as Scandinavia, but this Frazerian generalisation has recently come under challenge; Sundqvist See discussion in the section titled Celibacy and the Sacred Marriage.

See room C28 in Wooley , p.

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However, see also the next endnote. Speiser Ritner The issue is discussed in the section titled Celibacy and the Sacred Marriage. Source publications are Frayne The seal for scribe Sagadu, whose inscription is interpreted online by William Hallo [Hart n. As heiress, Amenirdis II seems to have done likewise with Hsi.

Later in Dynasty 25 he was followed by Akhamenrau; Koch UET V show her lending money for interest. Caminos ; Wilkinson Similarly Stol El Hawary Unwigged, Ayad a: As Dyn 18 queen, Robins Probably in origin an expression of femininity; el Hawary COS 2.

XXVIa; Gadd To avoid cluttering the discussion with endnotes, references will be repeated only sparingly in the main text. Similarly, Angelika Lohwasser Similar praise can be found in Edwards Similarly, Koch On the other hand, Ayad a: Dates for Libyan kings have been refined using the more specialised chronological study of Kitchen The term for Shepenwepet I is inferred from Koch Koch Also, Koch The first, third and last titles are in relation to the god Heryshaf and relate the priestess to Hathor, while the second title is in relation to the god Somtous, son of Heryshaf and Hathor.

The figure departs from the convention used in the main text, where Sumerian words other than proper names are given in small capitals. In the figure, capitals have been reserved for the components of DIRI-compounds. For other points of disagreement, see Westenholz UET I UET I ; likewise UET I , note 1. In a departure from the convention used in the main text, capitals have again been reserved for the components of DIRI-compounds.

FI Teppo , p.

On the other hand, Morkot An alternative or additional possibility to Tashakheper is the even more enigmatic Qedmerut [Morkot A recently-considered alternative genealogy [Jurman , Fig. However, as this chapel was built by Nitocris, the filiation could be an anachronism reflecting the norms of Dynasty Caminos Teeter By and large, these epithets were not newly minted by the GWA, e.

Mistress of the Two Lands has precedents among queens and other royal women dating as far back as the Middle Kingdom; Aufderhaar The concept of the GWA as a counterpart to the king is of course not novel, being evident from early Dynasty 21; Koch See plans in Woolley See room C28 in Woolley , p. For a plan of the temenos in the Neo-Babylonian period, see Woolley In contrast, the master-map of Karnak in Koch However, her detailed ground-plan of the Columned Building of Nitocris [Koch The confusion may in part reflect the fact that this chapel, which had originally stood somewhere in the area of modern Naga Malgata i.


The range of meanings for wab. Coulon seems to envisage a sacred structure and Koch a sanctuary or embalming-place, whereas Ritner opts for a refectory. Other expressions in Koch Hart This role was shared with other goddesses.

Also Pinkowski and Brooklyn Museum ca. However, Ayad a: On the various High Stewards, see Vittmann Numerical values are consistent within 1 year of data in CDLI Westenholz Longer date from Ayad a , p.

According to Ayad a: The other two candidates for designation while still children are Amenirdis I and Ankhnesneferibre; Ayad a: For a recent summary, see Pope Frayne Hybrid options include the possibility that the designated princess did not commence her novitiate until the incumbent EN-priestess was nearing the end of her term.

It is also consistent with the estimate of Ritner She had time to return to her office and compose the Adoration of Inanna main text, section titled Survival before her death. Gadotti Enmahgalana probably held office until the fall of Ur to the Elamites in , a term of about 38 years.

Her tenure is discussed later in the main text section titled Survival. Full interval from Ayad is included because she asserts that Shepenwepet I did not serve an apprenticeship period as heiress; Ayad a: Morkot Consistent with Koch Ayad a , p. Compared to Dodson Despite this agreed dictum, the boundaries between incumbencies can be somewhat unclear.

Others have explicitly postulated co-regency of GWAs [refs. Amar- Sin, year 9. The Wadi Gasus graffiti [Ritner Note that Koch However, the building in question Ayad a , p. Vittmann Bryan As an alternative to modesty and deference, Koch Additionally or alternatively, there may already have been a mud-brick building such as an out-house for the storage of cult items or the purification of priests; Fig.

Coulon The erasure of cartouches belonging to Kashta and Piye can be seen in Fig. The Adoration of Inanna of Ur. UET I ; Legrain UET IX as a duplicate of this document, and it is dated to year 14, a date that Westenholz favours. As remarked previously, Stol Stol Moreover, Angelika Lohwasser Expanded by Lohwasser They had Egyptian names, were dressed in Egyptian costume and held a purely Egyptian office. As mentioned earlier, URLs for photographs reproduced in the figures are provided directly in footnotes to the relevant figure legends.

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SlideShare Explore Search You. Submit Search. Successfully reported this slideshow.English ISBN A Nubian GWA. Lumsden, S. In both cases, the incumbents were powerful royal figures who served as spiritual and economic leaders of their communities. Shepenwepet II is likewise shown enthroned in a scene at North Karnak; this GWA seems to have celebrated a sed-festival and other rites that were ordinarily the exclusive preserve of the king Table 6, Cultic roles and Iconography.

For it is in their capacity as the ultimate religious authority in Thebes that the two women were able to negotiate the dynastic transition from Libyan to Nubian rule.

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