ancient Egyptian term for a genre of pharaonic literature
Sebayt (Egyptian sbꜣyt, Coptic ⲥⲃⲱ "instruction, teaching") is the ancient Egyptian term for a genre of pharaonic literature. sbꜣyt literally means "teachings" or "instructions" and refers to formally written ethical teachings focused on the "way of living truly". Sebayt is considered an Egyptian form of wisdom literature.
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ancient Egyptian text dating to the Middle Kingdom about a man deeply unhappy with his life, who has a dialogue between with his ba (soul)