From Petechons’ Flickrstream, licensed by Creative Commons:
This is a beautiful job! Whoever did this is a pro.
The writing is in Cursive Hieroglyphs, and the text is a line from the Book of the Dead. The translation is: “May you give me a road so that I’d walk it in peace…”, the rest is hidden.
Here is the full passage from papyrus Ani:
di.k n.i w3.t sw3.i m ḥtp ink ˁq3 n Dd.i grg m rḫ.i n ir(.i) sp-sn
“O grant thou unto me a path whereover I may pass in peace, for I am just and true; I have not spoken falsehood wittingly, nor have I done aught with deceit.” (E.A. Wallis Budge)
See also the entire plate. Can you find the line with this text?