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Egyptian Myth, Folklore and History Books On CD

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This CD contains14 Rare and Fascinating Historic books detailing Ancient Egypts Mythology, Folklore and History.

Below is a breakdown of the books and their contents by region. The book titles are bolded and the contents are in the bullet points below each book. All books are complete - including any illustrations that were in the original hardcopy books.

All books are supplied in PDF format and are fully searchable.


The Egyptian Book of the Dead E. A. Wallis Budge, translator [1895].

  • The Legend Of Osiris.
  • The Doctrine Of Eternal Life.
  • The Egyptians' Ideas Of God.
  • The Legend Of Ra And Isis.
  • The Abode Of The Blessed.
  • The Gods Of The Book Of The Dead.
  • The Principal Geographical And Mythological Places In The Book Of The Dead.
  • Funeral Ceremonies.
  • The Papyrus Of Ani.

The Egyptian Heaven and Hell by E. A. Wallis Budge [1905]
Vol. I: The Book of the Am-Tuat

  • The Book Am-Tuat: the Title of the Work
  • Chapter I: The First Division of the Tuat, Which Is Called Net-Ra
  • Chapter II: The Second Division of the Tuat, Which is Called Urnes
  • Chapter III: The Third Division Of The Tuat, Which Is Called Net-Neb-Ua-Kheper-Aut
  • Chapter IV: The Fourth Division of the Tuat, Which Is Called Ankhet-Kheperu
  • Chapter V: The Fifth Division of the Tuat, Which Is Called Ament
  • Chapter VI. The Sixth Division of the Tuat, Which Is Called Metchet-Mu-Nebt-Tuat.
  • Chapter VII. The Seventh Division of the Tuat, Which Is Called Thephet-Asar
  • Chapter VIII. The Eighth Division of the Tuat, Which Is Called Tebat-Neteru-s
  • Chapter IX. The Ninth Division of the Tuat, Which Is Called Best-Aru-Ankhet-Kheperu
  • Chapter X. The Tenth Division of the Tuat, Which Is Called Metet-Qa-Utchebu
  • Chapter XI. The Eleventh Division of the Tuat, Which Is Called Re-En-Qerert-Apt-Khatu
  • Chapter XII. The Twelfth Division of the Tuat, Which Is Called Then-Neteru

Vol II: 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

Vol III: The Egyptian Heaven and Hell

  • Chapter I. Origin of Illustrated Guides to the Other World
  • Chapter II. The Earliest Egyptian Conception of the Other World.
  • Chapter III. The Reunion of the Beatified and Their Recognition of Each Other in the Other World
  • Chapter IV. The Book Am-Tuat and the Book of Gates.
  • Chapter V. The Contents of the Book Am-Tuat and the Book of Gates Compared. The Western Vestibule or Antechamber of the Tuat
  • Chapter VI. Second Division of the Tuat. I. The Kingdom of Khenti-Amenti-Osiris According to the Book Am-Tuat
  • Second Division of the Tuat. II. The Kingdom of Khenti-Amenti-Osiris According to the Book of Gates
  • Chapter VII. Third Division of the Tuat. I. The Kingdom of Khenti-Amenti-Osiris, According to the Book Am-Tuat
  • Third Division of the Tuat. II. The Kingdom of Khenti-Amenti-Osiris According to the Book of Gates
  • Chapter VIII. Fourth Division of the Tuat. I. The Kingdom of Seker According to the Book Am-Tuat
  • Fifth Division of the Tuat. I. The Kingdom of Seker According to the Book Am-Tuat
  • Chapter IX. Fourth Division of the Tuat. II. The Kingdom of Khenti-Amenti-Osiris According to the Book Of Gates
  • Fifth Division of the Tuat. II. The Kingdom of Khenti-Amenti-Osiris According to the Book of Gates
  • Chapter X. Sixth Division of the Tuat. I. Kingdom of Osiris According to the Book Am-Tuat
  • Seventh Division of the Tuat. I. Kingdom of Osiris According to the Book Am-Tuat
  • Eighth Division of the Tuat. I. Kingdom of Osiris According to the Book Am-Tuat
  • Ninth Division of the Tuat. I. Kingdom of Osiris According to the Book Am-Tuat
  • Chapter XI. Sixth Division of the Tuat. II. Kingdom of Osiris According to the Book of Gates
  • Seventh Division of the Tuat. II. Kingdom of Osiris According to the Book of Gates
  • Eighth Division of the Tuat. II. Kingdom of Osiris According to the Book of Gates
  • Chapter XII. Tenth Division of the Tuat. I. Kingdom of Temu-Khepera-Ra According to the Book Am-Tuat
  • Eleventh Division of the Tuat. I. Kingdom of Temu-Khepera-Ra According to the Book Am-Tuat
  • Chapter XIII. Ninth Division of the Tuat. II. Kingdom of Temu-Khepera-Ra According to the Book of Gates
  • Tenth Division of the Tuat. II. Kingdom of Temu-Khepera-Ra According to the Book of Gates
  • Eleventh Division of the Tuat. II. Kingdom of Temu-Khepera-Ra According to the Book of Gates
  • Chapter XIV. Twelfth Division of the Tuat. I. Eastern Vestibule of the Tuat, or the Antechamber of the World of Light According to the Book Am-Tuat
  • Twelfth Division of the Tuat. II. Eastern Vestibule of the Tuat According to the Book of Gates

The Liturgy of Funerary Offerings by E. A. Wallis Budge [1909].

Legends of the Gods: The Egyptian Texts by E. A. Wallis Budge [1912]

  • I. The Legend of the God Neb-er-tcher, and the History of Creation
  • II. The Legend of the Destruction of Mankind
  • III. The Legend Of Ra and Isis.
  • IV: The Legend of Heru-Behutet and the Winged Disk
  • V. Legend of the Birth of Horus, Son of Isis and Osiris.
  • VI. A Legend of Khensu Nefer-hetep and the Princess of Bekhten
  • VII. A Legend Of Khnemu And Of A Seven Years' Famine
  • VIII. The Legend of the Death and Resurrection of Horus, and Other Magical Texts
  • IX: The History of Isis and Osiris

The Burden of Isis by James Teackle Dennis [1910]

The Wisdom of the Egyptians by Brian Brown [1923]

  • Chapter I: The Story of Egypt
  • Chapter II: Religion of Ancient Egypt
  • Chapter III: The Ptah-Hotep And The Ke'gemni: The Oldest Books In The World
  • Chapter IV: The Book of the Dead
  • Chapter V: Hermes Trismegistus
  • Chapter VI: Egyptian Magic
  • Chapter VII: The Vision of Hermes
  • Chapter VIII: The Story of the Book of Thoth

Tutankhamen: Amenism, Atenism and Egyptian Monotheism by E. A. Wallis Budge [1923]

  • The Reign Of Tutankhamen
  • Tutankhamen and the Cult of Amen
  • A Hymn to Amen and Aten
  • The Cult of Aten, The God and Disk of the Sun, Its Origin, Development And Decline
  • Development of the Cult of Aten Under Amenhetep IV
  • A.--A Hymn to Aten by the King
  • B.--Hymn to Aten by Ai, Overseer of the Horse of Aakhunaten
  • Hymns to the Sun-God
  • Egyptian Monotheism

Egyptian Mythology and Egyptian Christianity Samuel Sharpe [1863].

  • The Egyptian Mythology
  • The Religion of Upper Egypt
  • The Religion of Lower Egypt
  • The Religion Under the Persian Conquerors
  • The Religion Under the Ptolemies
  • The Religion Under the Romans
  • Christianity Under the Roman Emperors
  • Christianity Under the Byzantine Emperors

Egyptian Ideas of the Future Life E. A. Wallis Budge [1900].

  • Chapter I: The Belief in God Almighty
  • Chapter II: Osiris the God of the Resurrection
  • Chapter III. The ''Gods'' of the Egyptians
  • Chapter VI: The Judgment of the Dead
  • Chapter V: The Resurrection and Immortality

Egyptian Magic E. A. Wallis Budge [1901].

  • Chapter I: Antiquity of Magical Practices in Egypt
  • Chapter II. Magical Stones or Amulets
  • Chatper III. Magical Figures
  • Chapter IV. Magical Pictures and Formulę, Spells, Etc.
  • Chapter V. Magical Names
  • Chapter VI. Magical Ceremonies
  • Chapter VII. Demoniacal Possession, Dreams, Ghosts, Lucky and Unlucky Days, Horoscopes, Prognostications, Transformations, and the Worship of Animals

Egyptian Myth and Legend Donald A. Mackenzie [1907].

  • Chapter I: Creation Legend of Sun Worshippers
  • Chapter II: The Tragedy of Osiris
  • Chapter III: Dawn of Civilization
  • Chapter IV: The Peasant who became King
  • Chapter V: Racial Myths in Egypt and Europe
  • Chapter VI: The City of the Elf God
  • Chapter VII: Death and the Judgment
  • Chapter VIII: The Religion of the Stone Workers
  • Chapter IX: A Day in Old Memphis
  • Chapter X: The Great Pyramid Kings
  • Chapter XI: Folk Tales of Fifty Centuries
  • Chapter XII: Triumph of the Sun God
  • Chapter XIII: Fall of the Old Kingdom
  • Chapter XIV: Father Gods and Mother Goddesses
  • Plate I: The Girl Wife and the Bata Bull
  • Plate II: The Farmer Plunders the Peasant
  • Plate III: Senuhet Slays the Warrior of Tonu
  • Plate IV: Queen Ahmes (Wife Of Thothmes I), Mother of the Famous Queen Hatshepsut
  • Plate V: Luring the Doom Serpent
  • Plate V: Fowling Scene
  • Plate VI: Farm Scene: The Counting and Inspection of the Geese
  • Plate VII: Pastime in Ancient Egypt Three Thousand Years Ago
  • Chapter XV: The Rise of Amon
  • Chapter XVI: Tale of the Fugitive Prince
  • Chapter XVII: Egypt's Golden Age
  • Chapter XVIII: Myths and Lays of the Middle Kingdom
  • Chapter XIX: The Island of Enchantment
  • Chapter XX: The Hyksos and their Strange God
  • Chapter XXI: Joseph and the Exodus
  • Chapter XXII: Amon, the God of Empire
  • Chapter XXIII: Tale of the Doomed Prince
  • Chapter XXIV: Changes in Social and Religious Life
  • Chapter XXV: Amenhotep the Magnificent and Queen Tiy
  • Chapter XXVI: The Religious Revolt of the Poet King
  • Chapter XXVII: The Empire of Rameses and the Homeric Age
  • Chapter XXVIII: Egypt and the Hebrew Monarchy
  • Chapter XXIX: The Restoration and the End

Legends of Babylonia and Egypt by Leonard W. King


This is a must have collection for any Egyptian religion and myth (mythology) history buff!

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