It is impossible to give a date for the composition of this document.
The surviving papyrus (Papyrus Leiden 334) itself is a copy made during the New Kingdom.
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Behold, she who had no box is now the owner of a coffer, and she who had to look at her face in the water is now the owner of a mirror.
Behold, he whose hair is fallen out and who had no oil has now become the possessors of jars of sweet myrrh.
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Thissen, Einfhrung in die Altgyptische Literaturgeschichte I.
Similarities between Egyptian texts and the Bible are easily found, and it is reasonable to assume Egyptian influence on the Hebrews, given their at times close contacts.
But to conclude from such parallelisms that the Ipuwer Papyrus describes Egypt at the time of the Exodus, requires a leap of faith not everybody is willing to make. .] The door [keepers] say: "Let us go and plunder." The confectioners [.
Behold, he who had no Behold, noble ladies are now on rafts, and magnates are in the labor establishment, while he who could not sleep even on walls is now the possessor of a bed: Wilson: Behold, nobles' ladies are (now) gleaners, and nobles are in the workhouse. shade: Lichtheim: shelter Songstress-goddess: goddess of music (Wilson) vessel-stands: Most vessels had rounded bottoms and were placed on circular vessel-stands to prevent them from falling over. [Behold, he who did not know] his god now offers to him with incense of another [who is] not known [to him]. riches: Lichtheim: noblewoman the poor of the land have become rich: In reality the poor do not become rich during social upheaval. The scribe [sits in his office], but his hands [are idle] in it.
, silver and turquoise, carnelian and amethyst, Ibhet-stone and [. Behold, this has happened [to] men; deposed by the rabble: Lichtheim: robbed by beggars Falcon: the pharaoh, son of Horus pyramid: pyramids were built from the third dynasty to the Middle Kingdom. Behold, he who could not build a boat for himself is now the possessor of a fleet; their erstwhile owner looks at them, but they are not his. wifeless through want: Founding a household, which seems to have been almost synonymous with getting married required a modicum of wealth. [Behold, he who once recorded] the harvest now knows nothing about it, while he who never ploughed [for himself is now the owner of corn; the reaping] takes place but is not reported. .] in that time, and a man looks [on his friend as] an adversary.
gypten und Altes Testament 76, Wiesbaden, 319-332Jene Speisen der Asiaten. Abhandlungen der Schsischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig, Philologisch-historische Klasse Bd. Der Lob des Schreiberberufes in einer gyptischen Schlerhandschrift aus dem ausgehenden Neuen Reich, in: O.