House of Books, the Per Medjat
There are two types of wisdom literature: Instruction/ Sebayt, and Reflective/ Discourse
Instruction/ Sebayt/ Maxims
Hardjedef's from the Fourth Dynasty. Debate whether it was written later than the Fourth Dynasty and therefore wasn't written by Hardjedef.
Ptahhotep's from the Fifth Dynasty. He is said to be the vizier of Djedkare-Isesi. Debate whether it was written by him or not.
Instruction of King Menkara. Shame it's from the First Intermediate Period.
Instruction of Amenemhat I - a classic from the beginning of the Twelfth Dynasty.
Instruction of Any and Amenemipet son of Kanakt in the New Kingdom.
Admonitions of Ipuwer from the Middle Kingdom.
Discourse of Neferty
Dialogue of a Man with his Ba
Dialogue of the Head and the Belly
Discourse of Khakheperraseneb
Discourse of Sasobek
Shaw, Ian, and Paul Nicholson. (1995, 2003). "literature, wisdom literature." The Dictionary of Ancient Egypt. New York: Harry N Abrams, Inc.
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