Papyrus Lansing

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Papyrus Lansing is ancient Egyptian writing made during the time of the reign of the pharaoh called Senusret III.[1]

Specific Content of Papyrus[edit]

Thus translated by Caminos " You are worse than a bubalis on the desert that lives on running; it spends no midday ploughing and has never yet trodden the threshing-platform at all.It lives on the oxen's output,though it shares not (in their labour) [2]

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(Papyrus Lansing:Translation with notes by A.M.Blackman & T.Eric Peet from JSTOR retrieved 20:25GMT 29.9.11 facsimiles-of-egyptian-hieratic-papyri-in-the-british-museum at WorldCat retrieved 20:28GMT 29.9.11)