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Inscribed limestone door lintel; [sunk relief, seated couple (with only wife's name, Niankhhathor, preseved, but titles of male figure suggest it is Qednes, owner of G 1673) and inscription]; much weathered. Illustration: Yes with hieroglyphs. Illustration scale: 1:10

Details

  • ID
    HUMFA_32-4-12
  • Department
    Harvard University-Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
  • Classification
    Architectural elements-Doors, jambs, lintels
  • Findspot
    In between mastabas G 1233 and G 1235 (probably originally from G 1673)
  • Material
    Limestone
  • Dimensions
    Width: 37 cm Length: 152 cm
  • Credit Line
    Harvard University–Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
  • Date of Register Entry
    04/08/1932
  • Attested
    Niankhhathor (in G 1673)
  • Owner
    Qednes (G 1673)

Tombs and Monuments 3

  • G 1233

    • Site Name Western Cemetery
  • G 1235

    • Site Name Western Cemetery
  • G 1673

    • Site Name Western Cemetery

Full Bibliography

  • Baer, Klaus. Rank and Title in the Old Kingdom. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1960, p. 159 [601]

Photos 3

People 2

Ancient People

  • Niankhhathor (in G 1673)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Wife ([Hmt(=f)] (his) wife) of Qednes (owner of G 1673). False door (south false door, including upper lintel) inscribed for Qednes and Niankhhathor; Niankhhathor identified as [rxt nswt Hm-nTr HwtHr] royal acquaintance, priestess of Hathor; in situ in G 1673. Inscribed limestone door lintel (32-4-12) depicting seated couple (only wife's name, Niankhhathor, preserved); found between G 1233 and G 1235, probably originally from G 1673.
  • Qednes (G 1673)

    • Type Owner
    • Remarks Owner of G 1673. False door (south false door, including upper lintel) inscribed for Qednes and Niankhhathor, identified as [rx nswt smsw xAjjt Axt-xwfw] royal acquaintance, elder of the judicial court of the pyramid of Khufu; in situ in G 1673. Inscribed limestone door lintel (32-4-12) depicting seated couple (male figure's name not preserved, but titles suggest it is Qednes), identified as [rx nswt smsw xAjjt Axt-xwfw Hrj-sStA n wDa-mdw] royal acquaintance, elder of the judicial court of the pyramid of Khufu, secretary of judgements; found between G 1233 and G 1235, probably originally from G 1673.