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Scribe of the Divine Offerings (ancient Egyptian: sš-n-ḥtp.w-nṯr) or Scribe of the Offering Altar was an ancient Egyptian occupational title. The titleholders were trained Scribes and served at the temple of a priesthood or mortuary cult as accountants or record keepers, often while holding priestly functions as well. They mainly kept register of products, offerings and tribute to the priesthood and its deity.

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