Owner of G 8976. Entrance door lintel, drum and jambs inscribed for Washptah, identified as [jmj-r Hmwtjw wabt Hm-nTr ptH Hm-nTr skr Hm-nTr xwfw jmj-r Hmw-kA mHnk nswt rx nswt Hrj Xkrw jmAx xr nTr-aA] overseer of craftsmen of the wabet, priest of Ptah, priest of Sokar, priest of Khufu, overseer of ka-priests, intimate of the king, royal acquaintance, supervisor of ornaments, revered before the Great God; in situ in G 8976. Also appears with family members in reliefs on door jamb reveals; in situ in G 8976. Possibly same individual as Washptah (in Street G 7000) mentioned on fragment of stela (25-12-663), identified as [Hm-nTr skr jmAx xr nTr-aA rx nswt] priest of Sokar, revered before the Great God, royal acquaintance; found displaced in upper debris of Street G 7000. However, it is unclear how relief from the Central Field would have ended up in debris of Street G 7000 in the Eastern Cemetery.