Papyrus Senuseret aka Sesostris

Senuseret – s-n-wsrt
Also known as Se-en-weseret, Se-en-Waset, Sesostris
Ranke I, pg. 279, 1
Donated by Leo Simon Reinisch in 1896. For this reason the papyrus is also called the Reinisch Papyrus
Provenance Thebes
Period: 18th Dynasty, Hatshepsut, Thutmose III, Amenhotep II – 1504-1419 BC

Papyrusmuseum der Osterreichischen Nationalbibliothek
Photo: website Papyrus Museum, 3D view of the rooms 2023

Book of the Dead papyrus for Senuseret

Length c. 6 metres, height ? cm
BD Aeg 10.994-10.997
The Book of the Dead of Sesostris is more than 3,400 years old, making it the oldest object in the Austrian National Library. Today, about six metres of its original length is preserved
See also Das grosse ägyptische totenbuch (Papyrus Reinisch) der Papyrussammlung der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek. Translated and commented by Gertrud Thausing and Traudl Kerszt-Kratschmann.
Publication date 1969

Photo and panorama view VB 2022/2023 (quality remarks)
Due to overexposure at the top, parts of images and text are not visible in a few places – The compilation is around 4mb