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  • Type
    Individual - Ancient
  • Also Known As
    Manuel de Codage : tpmanx
    Alternate spelling : Djadjaemankh
    Alternate spelling : Tep-em-ankh
  • Remarks
    Son [sA=f] of Tepemankh (owner of D 20). Relief fragment of south wall (Paris, Louvre E 11161), showing seated Tepemankh and wife Autib receiving offerings from their sons Qaiptah, Khenuka, Kanitef, and Tepemankh; found in D 20. Standing triad or pseudo-group statue (GEM_1077 = Cairo JE 37826): two male figures identified as Tepemankh (possibly father and son - son identified as [jmj-r xtmt pr-aA] overseer of the treasury of the Great House), one female figure identified as Autib; found in D 20 serdab (a).

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