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Tablet inscribed for [GLYPHS] [sAbw] Sabu and wife I[sr]an with raised relief offering scene also depicting [ms=f n Xt=f wHmnfrt nfr] his children of his body Wehemnefret and Nefer, and sunk relief [Htp dj nswt] hetep di nisut formula on crossbar (= lower lintel) (below) from G 1402

Details

  • ID
    HUMFA_B12994_OS
  • Department
    Harvard University-Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
  • Subjects
    Object(s) photograph: Site: Giza; view: G 1402
  • Date
    November 1906
  • Problems/Questions
    object not registered (no registration records for 1903-1904-1905-1906)
  • Photographer
    George Andrew Reisner, American, 1867–1942
  • Attested
    Isran (in G 1402)
    Nefer (in G 1402)
    Wehemnefret (in G 1402)
  • Mentioned on page
    Isran (in G 1402)
    Nefer (in G 1402)
    Sabu (G 1402)
    Wehemnefret (in G 1402)
  • Individual - Ancient
    Isran (in G 1402)
    Sabu (G 1402)
  • Owner
    Isran (in G 1402)
    Sabu (G 1402)
  • Tomb Owner
    Sabu (G 1402)

Tombs and Monuments 1

  • G 1402

    • Site Name Western Cemetery

Unpublished Documents 1

People 13

Ancient People

  • Isran (in G 1402)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Wife of Sabu (owner of G 1402). Limestone seated statue (Hearst 6-19802) inscribed for Isran, identified as [mjtrt] mitret; found displaced from serdab in G 1402. Appears on limestone tablet depicting seated figures of Sabu and Isran (whose name is damaged with only "j", "A" and "n" preserved) presented offerings by their two daughters; found in situ in G 1402 chapel.
  • Isran (in G 1402)

    • Type Mentioned on page
    • Remarks Wife of Sabu (owner of G 1402). Limestone seated statue (Hearst 6-19802) inscribed for Isran, identified as [mjtrt] mitret; found displaced from serdab in G 1402. Appears on limestone tablet depicting seated figures of Sabu and Isran (whose name is damaged with only "j", "A" and "n" preserved) presented offerings by their two daughters; found in situ in G 1402 chapel.
  • Isran (in G 1402)

    • Type Owner
    • Remarks Wife of Sabu (owner of G 1402). Limestone seated statue (Hearst 6-19802) inscribed for Isran, identified as [mjtrt] mitret; found displaced from serdab in G 1402. Appears on limestone tablet depicting seated figures of Sabu and Isran (whose name is damaged with only "j", "A" and "n" preserved) presented offerings by their two daughters; found in situ in G 1402 chapel.
  • Isran (in G 1402)

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Wife of Sabu (owner of G 1402). Limestone seated statue (Hearst 6-19802) inscribed for Isran, identified as [mjtrt] mitret; found displaced from serdab in G 1402. Appears on limestone tablet depicting seated figures of Sabu and Isran (whose name is damaged with only "j", "A" and "n" preserved) presented offerings by their two daughters; found in situ in G 1402 chapel.
  • Nefer (in G 1402)

    • Type Mentioned on page
    • Remarks One of two daughters ([ms=f n Xt=f] his children of his body) of Sabu (owner of G 1402). Limestone tablet depicting seated figures of Sabu and Isran presented offerings by their daughters Nefer and Wehemnefret; found in situ in G 1402 chapel.
  • Nefer (in G 1402)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks One of two daughters ([ms=f n Xt=f] his children of his body) of Sabu (owner of G 1402). Limestone tablet depicting seated figures of Sabu and Isran presented offerings by their daughters Nefer and Wehemnefret; found in situ in G 1402 chapel.
  • Sabu (G 1402)

    • Type Mentioned on page
    • Remarks Owner of G 1402. Limestone standing pair statue (Hearst 6-19803) inscribed for Sabu and his son Irkaptah (depicted as small boy); found displaced from serdab in G 1402. Limestone tablet depicting seated figures of Sabu and Isran presented offerings by their two daughters; found in situ in G 1402 chapel. Sabu identified on both as [jmj-r Hmwtjw mr(?)] overseer of the craftsmen of weaving(?).
  • Sabu (G 1402)

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Owner of G 1402. Limestone standing pair statue (Hearst 6-19803) inscribed for Sabu and his son Irkaptah (depicted as small boy); found displaced from serdab in G 1402. Limestone tablet depicting seated figures of Sabu and Isran presented offerings by their two daughters; found in situ in G 1402 chapel. Sabu identified on both as [jmj-r Hmwtjw mr(?)] overseer of the craftsmen of weaving(?).
  • Sabu (G 1402)

    • Type Owner
    • Remarks Owner of G 1402. Limestone standing pair statue (Hearst 6-19803) inscribed for Sabu and his son Irkaptah (depicted as small boy); found displaced from serdab in G 1402. Limestone tablet depicting seated figures of Sabu and Isran presented offerings by their two daughters; found in situ in G 1402 chapel. Sabu identified on both as [jmj-r Hmwtjw mr(?)] overseer of the craftsmen of weaving(?).
  • Sabu (G 1402)

    • Type Tomb Owner
    • Remarks Owner of G 1402. Limestone standing pair statue (Hearst 6-19803) inscribed for Sabu and his son Irkaptah (depicted as small boy); found displaced from serdab in G 1402. Limestone tablet depicting seated figures of Sabu and Isran presented offerings by their two daughters; found in situ in G 1402 chapel. Sabu identified on both as [jmj-r Hmwtjw mr(?)] overseer of the craftsmen of weaving(?).
  • Wehemnefret (in G 1402)

    • Type Mentioned on page
    • Remarks One of two daughters ([ms=f n Xt=f] his children of his body) of Sabu (owner of G 1402). Limestone tablet depicting seated figures of Sabu and Isran presented offerings by their daughters Nefer and Wehemnefret; found in situ in G 1402 chapel.
  • Wehemnefret (in G 1402)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks One of two daughters ([ms=f n Xt=f] his children of his body) of Sabu (owner of G 1402). Limestone tablet depicting seated figures of Sabu and Isran presented offerings by their daughters Nefer and Wehemnefret; found in situ in G 1402 chapel.

Modern People

  • George Andrew Reisner

    • Type Photographer
    • Nationality & Dates American, 1867–1942
    • Remarks Egyptologist, archaeologist; Referred to as "the doctor" and "mudir" (Arabic for "director") in the excavation records. Nationality and life dates from Who was Who in Egyptology.