The Shipwrecked Sailor- Egyptian Myth

The Shipwrecked Sailor- Egyptian Myth

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  • My Lord! Harken me a while. I come with great gifts and news of a magical island!
  • We have many travelers like you wishing to gain attention from pharaoh with these tall tales.
  • I do believe the pharaoh will accept my story: I was in command of a 150 cubit ship that wrecked and I was the only survivor. There was an island that I escaped to as the only survivor. Later, a huge snake came and held me in its mouth and brought me into its cave. He told me his story and how he wishes me to tell this tale to my pharoah, for which I have come to do as well as deliver all of theses wonderful gifts I recieved.
  • We were sailing in the open sea, when the weather became extremely bad and we crashed into this island. I was the only survivor..
  • There was an abundance of food and goods for me to survive with. I was sure I could survive for a very long time.
  • I sail in command of a 150 cubit ship that crashed on this island. The waves provided me to you!
  • Do not worry! For you have been chosen by the gods and I will not harm you. We are a family of serpents! You will have great gifts and a wonderful story to tell your pharaoh. In 4 months time, a ship will rescue you.
  • The traveler told his tale to the pharaoh, and the pharaoh loved it so much he got one of his scribes to write it down to be read everyday.
  • The pharaoh will love this tale! Come at once! Repeat to him what you have just told me.
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