object:The Book of Gates
author class:E. A. Wallis Budge
The Book of Gates
Chapter I. The Alabaster Sarcophagus of Seti I.
Chapter II. The Ante-Chamber of the Tuat
Chapter III. The Gate Of Saa-Set: The Second Division of the Tuat.
Chapter IV. The Gate Of Aqebi. The Third Division of the Tuat.
Chapter V. The Gate Of Tchetbi. The Fourth Division of the Tuat
Chapter VI. The Gate Of Teka-Hra. The Fifth Division of the Tuat
Chapter VII. The Judgment Hall of Osiris. The Sixth Division of the Tuat.
Chapter VIII. The Gate Of Set-em-maat-f. The Sixth Division Of The Tuat--continued.
Chapter IX. The Gate Of Akha-En-Maat. The Seventh Division of the Tuat.
Chapter X. The Gate of Set-hra. The Eighth Division of the Tuat.
Chapter XI. The Gate Of Ab-ta. The Ninth Division of the Tuat.
Chapter XII. The Gate of Sethu. The Tenth Division of the Tuat.
Chapter XIII. The Gate Of Am-netu-f. The Eleventh Division of the Tuat.
Chapter XIV. The Gate of Sebi and Reri. The Twelfth Division of the Tuat
https://www.sacred-texts.com/egy/ehh/index.htm Vol 1 ::: This book is an Ancient Egyptian cosmological treatise which describes the Tuat, the underworld that the boat of the Sun God, Ra, traverses during the night hours. Each chapter deals with one of the twelve hours of the night. A hallucinogenic travelogue of the netherworld, this extensively illustrated book depicts hundreds of gods and goddesses that appear nowhere else in the literature.
Vol 2 ::: The Book of Gates is an Ancient Egyptian cosmological treatise describing the architecture and inhabitants of the Tuat, the underworld which the boat of the Sun God, Ra, traverses during the night hours. This is the second volume of the three volume Budge series which deals with the books of the Underworld, the Egyptian Heaven and Hell. It also includes a short summary of the Book of Am-Tuat, the longer version of which comprises the first volume.
Vol 3 ::: This is the third volume in Budges' treatment of the Ancient Egyptian Books of the underworld, the Tuat. Budge, who among dozens of other books wrote the Cooks' Tour Guide to Egypt, collates the information from the Book of the Am-Tuat and the Book of Gates as a travel guide.
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