Fragment of funeral liturgy (from: “Death and salvation in Ancient Egypt“ by Jan Assmann)
“O Osiris N. here, the falcon mourned over you,
the goose gabbled over you.
An arm was stretched out to you by Thoth,
it was the arm of your enemy, cut off for you.
The two kites mourned over you,
they were Isis and Nephthys,
the two gongs were struck for you.
The two arms of Anubis are upon you, protecting you,
Wepwawet, he opens the beautiful ways for you.”
— Funeral liturgy – “The night of Vindication”; from “Death and salvation in Ancient Egypt“ by Jan Assmann