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[Page 139] 3 Translated into French by the late Vicomte de Rougé under the title of Le Poëme de Pentaour, 1856
The temporary isolation of the monarch, which is the main point of the heroic poem of Pentaour, and which Ramesses himself recorded over and over again upon the walls of his magnificent constructions, must no doubt be regarded as a fact; but it is not likely to have continued for more than a few minutes.
Pentaour describes him in this situation as calling on Amun, God of
"the true poetic inspiration appears to have vanished," literature is almost dumb; instead of the masterpieces of Pentaour, Kakabu, Nebsenen,