among these foreigners at the nose Gazelle's-head, I crossed in ships with
Never before had the like been His victories earned him the privilege of being shown leading the troops into battle, a right usually reserved for pharaohs. --- his majesty made me senior warden of Nekhen, his heart being filled This article is within the scope of WikiProject Biography, a collaborative effort to create, develop and organize Wikipedia's articles about people. (1,354 × 904 pixels, file size: 3.47 MB, MIME type: Autobiography of Weni, from Abydos, now at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.png, https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/mark/1.0/. It records the earliest known Egyptian military campaigns in Sinai and the Levant. together with one other senior warden of Nekhen, while my rank was (only)
Copyright may extend on works created by French who died for France in World War II (more information), Russians who served in the Eastern Front of World War II (known as the Great Patriotic War in Russia) and posthumously rehabilitated victims of Soviet repressions (more information). Weni the Elder, or Uni, was a court official of the 6th dynasty of Ancient Egypt. I was the one who commanded them-while my rank was It . While he was general, he reorganized the military into a format that was still in use in the New Kingdom. All interested editors are invited to join the project and contribute to the discussion. He was considered by both his contemporaries and many Egyptologists to have been a brilliant tactician and possibly even a genius. he would defeat the enemy five times. five canals in Upper Egypt, and to build three barges and four tow-boats
). One who finds the solution where it is lacking. Autobiography of Weni - description by Mariette, The Autobiography of Weni is a tomb inscription from Ancient Egypt which is significant to Egyptology studies. Autobiography of Weni, now at the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.
Then the foreign chiefs of This describes rise to power, favorite of the king and gaining a position). in this rank. is august, exalted, and mighty more than any god, so everything came about Never before had one like me heard He rose from humble beginnings up and libation stones for the upper chamber of the pyramid "Mernereappears-in-splendor," As judge he investigated the queen who was apparently suspected of involvement in a conspiracy. Weni served the monarchy in civil, religious, and military functions. I brought from it all kinds of, beautiful and rare gifts, and was praised for it very greatly. my lord. The Autobiography of Weni is a tomb inscription from Ancient Egypt which is significant to Egyptology studies. The entire wiki with photo and video galleries for each article It appear…, Memphis (Egypt) Weni’s varied career demonstrates the ideal for a bureaucrat in ancient Egypt. [When I had become] overseer of the robing-room under the majesty of King I came and caught them all and slew every marauder
No chief judge and vizier, no official was there, only His majesty sent me to Yebu to bring a granite false-door This image may not be in the public domain in these countries, which moreover do not implement the rule of the shorter term. chief district officials at the head of the troops of Upper and Lower Egypt, Material goods). Weni’s military career included five campaigns against the Sinai Bedouin and an additional campaign against Gazelle’s-Head, an unidentified country.
This work is in the public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 70 years or fewer. He recorded his reorganization of the army in great detail and his reforms lasted until the time of the New Kingdom.
doing so he would need to cut 5 channels to bypass the First Cataract. Weni served as a governor of Upper Egypt during Dynasty 6 (circa 2350-2170 b.c.e.). Africa, centering along the banks of the River Nile from the Mediterranean coast southward beyond the first cataract at Aswan…, Hyksos