By Alan H. Gardiner
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Pride in ourselves, pride in our ancestors, are common foibles of human nature; occurrences which redound to the glor)', either of the individual, or of the community. are amplified and dwelt upon, whilst incidents derogatory to prestige are glossed over or ignored. O'Donovan relates how some of his former most intimate friends became his enemies on his expressing grave doubts regarding the authenticity of ancient Irish history. /, , ' and the acquisitinn L\ Ii)'" n" 'r,>-, " .. , 'I" 'i:,or;lf\' Ilr traditional sour ....
A Cork boatman recounted a similar anecdote of a rat going to feeo on an oyster, whosf~ shell lay invitingly open, at low water; but the oyster, closing on his snout, held him fast until he was drowned by the returning tide: this tale agrees with one of La Fontaine's fables. The same incident-but in connexion Ivith a fox--was narrated, some centuries ago, to one of the earliest western travellers as being then current in India. Thus a story may be traced from land to land, and from age to age; and this agreement is very interesting, as tending to point out the cOlllmon seurces from which our traditions Wt're derived.
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Ancient Egyptian Onomastica by Alan H. Gardiner