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Appendix One: The Text

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This appendix presents the text of the Debate between a Man and His Soul in its entirety, with transliteration and relatively literal translation. Numbers to the left of each line are those of the columns of the papyrus. Indentation marks the second line of couplets and the third of tercets.

Keywords:Debate; literal translation; transliteration

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