Hail to the King, baby.
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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures:

Description: SCP-XXXX is the group designation for eighteen stone slabs inscribed in Egyptian hieroglyphics, which detail the life and death of a 'great king.' The slabs are hand-carved and have been dated to around 2500 BC.

SCP-XXXX exhibit no anomalous properties, save for the conditions of their manifestation.

Discovery: Nineteen SCP-XXXX instances were discovered on January 8, 1935, in Memphis, Tennessee following minor flooding of the Mississippi River. Upon the recession of water levels, a sarcophagus consisting of mud, cattail pulp, and debris was discovered on the shoreline. Local authorities attempted to examine the sarcophagus, ultimately resulting in it and one SCP-XXXX instance's destruction.

Level II Hypnosuggestive Agents1 were administered to all involved civilians and SCP-XXXX was successfully contained by the Foundation.

A joint Foundation-UIU investigation revealed no thefts or disappearances of property. Though the object was initially suspected as being related to2 Alexylva University's "Phitransimun Combine", there are no traces of spacial/temporal distortion effects present on SCP-XXXX.

Addendum: The following are excerpts from selected SCP-XXXX instances.

Tablet 1

On the early moons of Peret3 a boy who will be King will be born to farmers South of Manf. There he will learn of the strife faced by the meek and gain the strength to rule.

Tablet 5

By the age of manhood, he who will be King will come to possess his Golden Voice. Those who listen will not refute his words, for he has been blessed with the Golden Voice of a King.

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