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“Egyptians had made expeditions down the Red Sea to a land which they sometimes called Punt, and sometimes "The Divine Land.”
“This fine head of a chief of Punt is photographed from a cast taken by Mr.W. M.F. Petrie from the group of foreign tributaries sculptured on the Pylon of Horemheb, at Karnak.”
“After this the tribute of Punt is formally transferred to the treasury of the temple; the Ana gum (specified in the inscription as "green Ana") is measured and registered by the temple servants; while the bags of gold-dust, the bricks of electrum, the ingots of pure gold, and the ivory tusks, are, by a conventional fiction, being weighed in the presence of Horus by no less a sacred scribe than Thoth himself.”
“Dr. Punt is an obnoxious, arrogant troll who needs to aploogize to Kay in Maine.”
“Reliefs from her prosperous reign show ships loaded with ebony and myrrh trees, as well as apes and panther skins taken from a mysterious land called Punt (its identity is still disputed).”
“Shortly thereafter Tananda were riding through the city outside the walls, which was known as Punt, when Agara appeared and stirred up the people against her.”
“Looking further, he saw the great bronze gates, and beyond them, the outer city that men called Punt, to distinguish it from El Shebbeh, the inner city.”
“Hattie made a famous expedition to a place called Punt, and there she swindled the natives by exchanging the cheap dry-goods she had with her for gold and rare jewels.”
“View Larger Image Thousands of years ago, there once stood a place called Punt, a land of ivory, frankincense and myrrh.”
“Thousands of years ago, there once stood a place called Punt, a land of gold and ebony, and ivory, frankincense and myrrh.”
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