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THE HARRIS PAPYRUS
Treasures and Temples of Ancient Egypt
Except for the Treasures of the Mishnayot


 The Harris Papyrus
Merenptah, Ramses III, Trojan War


The Harris Papyrus,
dated to the reign of Ramses III
is unique in Egyptian annals.

It contains a list
of all the temples and treasures of Egypt
with important "exceptions",
thought - erroneously - by scholars
to have simply been scribal "errors",
whereas in fact,
as the
Mishnayot tells us,
the greatest of temple treasures,
including the Tabernacle and the
Ark of the Covenant were hidden.

Those were the so-called "exceptions".

The era of classical Egypt
came to end
with Ramses III,
who was the Biblical Shishak.

Shishak´s cartouche
(kingly hieroglyph)
reads -- in my opinion -- Sh-Sh-K

Shishak´s wife was Asiatic (Clayton p. 164).
It is noted in Biblical literature
that "Shishak" meant "a Babylonian"
because it was a reversed reading of KSS
"KASdim, Hyksos, KASSite".

Shishak was a rival of King Solomon (Ramses II)
and supported and gave asylum to the rebel king Jeroboam.

When Solomon (Ramses II) died, one of his sons,
Rehoboam - who was Merenptah -
took power in Egypt,
but the ten Northern tribes seceded,
making Jeroboam (Priam) their king at Troy (Lydia).

Jeroboam's son was Sethnacht (Hector),
buried after his death
according to Greek sources, west of Thebes,
i.e. in the Valley of Kings.

The secession of the Northern ten tribes
separated Judah (the Nile Delta)
from the ten (lost) tribes of Israel in the northern countries,
as noted on the Monument of Merenptah.

Judah was called Idj-taui "Nile Delta" in ancient sources
and its southern border was Beersheba.
This was not the Beersheba near Jerusalem today.
Solomon's seaports lay much further to the south
so the present Beersheba was not the ancient border,
but rather Beer Es Sebua on the Brook of Egypt
- an arm of the Nile on the Delta.
Judah INCLUDED Giza (Goshen)
and the Great Pyramids
and was marked by the cobra hieroglyph.

Shishak, who had supported Jeroboam deviously,
then conquered Palestine and Egypt (Judah),
taking all the temple treasures of Solomon he could find.
and he built - in honor of his victory -
a Syrian temple (a migdol) in Egypt some years later.
He even had reliefs made at Karnak of what is known
in Egyptian history as the invasion of the Sea Peoples
and elsewhere as the
Trojan War,
which occurred at this same time in history.

Obviously, Shishak's Assyrian (Babylonian) conquest
of southern Egypt (Judah) and the southern tribes
of the once united twelve tribes (this included many
of the cultures around the Mediterranean Sea)
brought on the Trojan War
in which Shishak (as Ramses III) was attacked.
The resulting Trojan war led to the death of
Je- ro-bo-am (= Priam, misread as je-B-ri-am).

All the Egyptian temples were plundered and  treasures stolen
(except that which the priests hid according to the Mishnayot),
for which reason there is a list of all the treasures
from the reign of Ramses III in the Harris Papyrus,
prepared at the end of Ramses III reign.
(The list is known to exclude treasures,
which scholars have wrongly guessed was simply scribal error,
but of course, these omissions were the hidden treasures.)

The Trojan War was the end of "classical" Egypt and
of the ten northern tribes as these had existed before then.

It was followed by an era of looting and pillaging,
as written in the "grave robber papyri"
and as described in Clayton's Chronicle of the Pharaohs
(p. 171, German edition).

The culture and knowledge of the Hebrews and Pharaohs
was thus scattered to the ends of the earth in the diaspora.

Egypt went into a decay from which is has never recovered.




 

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