The next line of the Liturgy is difficult to translate, for there are variants in the text. In the Vignette in the tomb of Peta-Amen-apt we see a man kneeling, with his left hand raised; it is clear that he is not making an offering, but it is probable that he is "seated" near
the offerings, with the view of partaking of them. The meaning of the text seems to be something like:--
"He who sitteth down by the suten pert kheru (or royal offering) shall say: I have seated myself with it."