- Individual - Ancient
- Also Known As
- Manuel de Codage : Tjw
- Alternate spelling : Tjiuw
- Alternate spelling : Thiu
- Son ([sA=f mr] his beloved son) of Ankh-haf. Limestone niche stela (in form of tomb facade) (Cairo JE 38673) dedicated by Ankh-haf to his children: [jr.n(=j) n ... msw] (I) made (it) for my ... children; Tjiu appears in outer right niche; found in G 2011.
Subjects: Object(s) photograph: Site: Giza; view: G 2011
Description: Limestone niche stela (in form of tomb facade) inscribed for the "inspector of craftsmen of the royal wabet", Ankh-haf, depicting four named off-spring all facing central false door (from left to right): woman at far left: [sAt=f H(...)] "his daughter H[...]", man at inner left: [sA=f mr grf] "his beloved son Geref" (Geref also seems to be name in paint in actual door niche in center), man at inner right: [sA=f mr nfrsSmptH] "his beloved son Neferseshemptah (?)", man at far right: [sA=f mr Tjw] "his beloved son Tjiu", from G 2011, debris: Egyptian Museum, Cairo JE 38673. [Image also known as: B7469_NS]
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