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Upper half of limestone false door of Senwehem from G 2132: MFA 27.444

Details

  • ID
    HUMFA_B6109_NS
  • Department
    Harvard University-Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
  • Subjects
    Object(s) photograph: Site: Giza; view: G 2132
  • Date
    01/09/1927
  • Problems/Questions
    VERIFIED: original entry deleted: cemetery G, W, stela of [GLYPHS] -- PDM; description corrected and identification verified; object not registered; MFA accession number verified
  • Photographer
    Mohammedani Ibrahim
  • Attested
    Demedj (in G 2132)
    Demedj (in G 2132)
    Kai-iu (in G 2132)
    Kai-iu (in G 2132)
    Mentjebutkhufu (in G 2132)
    Mentjebutkhufu (in G 2132)
    Nefer (in G 2132)
    Nefer (in G 2132)
    Ptahshepses (in G 2132)
    Ptahshepses (in G 2132)
    Qaihi (in G 2132)
    Qaihi (in G 2132)
    Senwehem (in G 2132)
    Senwehem (in G 2132)
    Tjentet (in G 2132)
    Tjentet (in G 2132)
    Tjentet (in G 2132)
    Tjentet (in G 2132)
    Tjenti (in G 2132)
    Tjenti (in G 2132)
    Weser (in G 2132)
    Weser (in G 2132)
  • Mentioned on page
    Demedj (in G 2132)
    Kai-iu (in G 2132)
    Mentjebutkhufu (in G 2132)
    Nefer (in G 2132)
    Ptahshepses (in G 2132)
    Qaihi (in G 2132)
    Senwehem (G 2132)
    Senwehem (in G 2132)
    Tjentet (in G 2132)
    Tjentet (in G 2132)
    Tjenti (in G 2132)
    Weser (in G 2132)
  • Owner
    Senwehem (G 2132)
  • Tomb Owner
    Senwehem (G 2132)

Tombs and Monuments 1

  • G 2132

    • Site Name Western Cemetery

Finds 1

Unpublished Documents 6

People 37

Ancient People

  • Demedj (in G 2132)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Son (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, south jamb (top register, one of two small male figures standing in front of large figure of Senwehem, upper figure, facing left); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly".
  • Demedj (in G 2132)

    • Type Mentioned on page
    • Remarks Son (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, south jamb (top register, one of two small male figures standing in front of large figure of Senwehem, upper figure, facing left); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly".
  • Demedj (in G 2132)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Son (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, south jamb (top register, one of two small male figures standing in front of large figure of Senwehem, upper figure, facing left); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly".
  • Kai-iu (in G 2132)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Son (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, north jamb (top register, small male figure standing in front of large figure of Senwehem); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly".
  • Kai-iu (in G 2132)

    • Type Mentioned on page
    • Remarks Son (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, north jamb (top register, small male figure standing in front of large figure of Senwehem); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly".
  • Kai-iu (in G 2132)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Son (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, north jamb (top register, small male figure standing in front of large figure of Senwehem); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly".
  • Mentjebutkhufu (in G 2132)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Son (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, north jamb (second register, one of two male figures carrying offerings, figure on right); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly".
  • Mentjebutkhufu (in G 2132)

    • Type Mentioned on page
    • Remarks Son (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, north jamb (second register, one of two male figures carrying offerings, figure on right); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly".
  • Mentjebutkhufu (in G 2132)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Son (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, north jamb (second register, one of two male figures carrying offerings, figure on right); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly".
  • Nefer (in G 2132)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Wife (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132); mother (?) of Weser (son of Senwehem). Appears twice on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, central niche (top register, female figure embraced by Weser), identified as [rxt nswt] royal acquaintance, and south jamb (second register, large female figure), identified as [mjtrt] mitret; found in situ in G 2132.
  • Nefer (in G 2132)

    • Type Mentioned on page
    • Remarks Wife (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132); mother (?) of Weser (son of Senwehem). Appears twice on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, central niche (top register, female figure embraced by Weser), identified as [rxt nswt] royal acquaintance, and south jamb (second register, large female figure), identified as [mjtrt] mitret; found in situ in G 2132.
  • Nefer (in G 2132)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Wife (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132); mother (?) of Weser (son of Senwehem). Appears twice on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, central niche (top register, female figure embraced by Weser), identified as [rxt nswt] royal acquaintance, and south jamb (second register, large female figure), identified as [mjtrt] mitret; found in situ in G 2132.
  • Ptahshepses (in G 2132)

    • Type Mentioned on page
    • Remarks Son (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, south jamb (second register, one of two small male figures standing in front of large figure of Nefer, upper figure); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly". One of two male figures named Ptahshepses (one on south jamb, one on north jamb); possibly same individual.
  • Ptahshepses (in G 2132)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Son (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, south jamb (second register, one of two small male figures standing in front of large figure of Nefer, upper figure); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly". One of two male figures named Ptahshepses (one on south jamb, one on north jamb); possibly same individual.
  • Ptahshepses (in G 2132)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Son (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, south jamb (second register, one of two small male figures standing in front of large figure of Nefer, upper figure); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly". One of two male figures named Ptahshepses (one on south jamb, one on north jamb); possibly same individual.
  • Qaihi (in G 2132)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Daughter (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, central niche (second register, small female figure standing in front of larger male figure carrying offering, unnamed personified estate); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly".
  • Qaihi (in G 2132)

    • Type Mentioned on page
    • Remarks Daughter (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, central niche (second register, small female figure standing in front of larger male figure carrying offering, unnamed personified estate); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly".
  • Qaihi (in G 2132)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Daughter (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, central niche (second register, small female figure standing in front of larger male figure carrying offering, unnamed personified estate); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly".
  • Senwehem (G 2132)

    • Type Mentioned on page
    • Remarks Owner of G 2132. Limestone false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, identified as [wab nswt Hm-kA] royal wab-priest, ka-priest; found in situ in G 2132.
  • Senwehem (G 2132)

    • Type Owner
    • Remarks Owner of G 2132. Limestone false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, identified as [wab nswt Hm-kA] royal wab-priest, ka-priest; found in situ in G 2132.
  • Senwehem (G 2132)

    • Type Tomb Owner
    • Remarks Owner of G 2132. Limestone false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, identified as [wab nswt Hm-kA] royal wab-priest, ka-priest; found in situ in G 2132.
  • Senwehem (in G 2132)

    • Type Mentioned on page
    • Remarks Son (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, north jamb (second register, one of two male figures carrying offerings, figure on left); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly". Not to be confused with tomb owner Senwehem.
  • Senwehem (in G 2132)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Son (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, north jamb (second register, one of two male figures carrying offerings, figure on left); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly". Not to be confused with tomb owner Senwehem.
  • Senwehem (in G 2132)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Son (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, north jamb (second register, one of two male figures carrying offerings, figure on left); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly". Not to be confused with tomb owner Senwehem.
  • Tjentet (in G 2132)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Daughter (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, south jamb (second register, one of two small female figure standing behind large figure of Nefer, lower figure, upper figure unnamed); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly". One of two female figures named Tjentet (one on south jamb, one on north jamb); possibly same individual.
  • Tjentet (in G 2132)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Daughter (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, north jamb (second register, small female figure standing in front of two male figures carrying offerings, identified as Senwehem and Mentjebutkhufu); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly". One of two female figures named Tjentet (one on south jamb, one on north jamb); possibly same individual.
  • Tjentet (in G 2132)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Daughter (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, south jamb (second register, one of two small female figure standing behind large figure of Nefer, lower figure, upper figure unnamed); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly". One of two female figures named Tjentet (one on south jamb, one on north jamb); possibly same individual.
  • Tjentet (in G 2132)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Daughter (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, north jamb (second register, small female figure standing in front of two male figures carrying offerings, identified as Senwehem and Mentjebutkhufu); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly". One of two female figures named Tjentet (one on south jamb, one on north jamb); possibly same individual.
  • Tjentet (in G 2132)

    • Type Mentioned on page
    • Remarks Daughter (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, south jamb (second register, one of two small female figure standing behind large figure of Nefer, lower figure, upper figure unnamed); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly". One of two female figures named Tjentet (one on south jamb, one on north jamb); possibly same individual.
  • Tjentet (in G 2132)

    • Type Mentioned on page
    • Remarks Daughter (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, north jamb (second register, small female figure standing in front of two male figures carrying offerings, identified as Senwehem and Mentjebutkhufu); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly". One of two female figures named Tjentet (one on south jamb, one on north jamb); possibly same individual.
  • Tjenti (in G 2132)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Son (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, south jamb (top register, one of two small male figures standing in front of large figure of Senwehem, lower figure, facing right); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly". One of two male figures named Tjenti (both on south jamb); possibly same individual.
  • Tjenti (in G 2132)

    • Type Mentioned on page
    • Remarks Son (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, south jamb (top register, one of two small male figures standing in front of large figure of Senwehem, lower figure, facing right); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly". One of two male figures named Tjenti (both on south jamb); possibly same individual.
  • Tjenti (in G 2132)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Son (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, south jamb (top register, one of two small male figures standing in front of large figure of Senwehem, lower figure, facing right); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly". One of two male figures named Tjenti (both on south jamb); possibly same individual.
  • Weser (in G 2132)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Son (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, central niche (top register, male figure embracing his mother[?] Nefer); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly". One of two male figures named Weser (one in central niche, one on north jamb); possibly same individual.
  • Weser (in G 2132)

    • Type Mentioned on page
    • Remarks Son (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, central niche (top register, male figure embracing his mother[?] Nefer); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly". One of two male figures named Weser (one in central niche, one on north jamb); possibly same individual.
  • Weser (in G 2132)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Son (?) of Senwehem (owner of G 2132). Appears on false door (MFA 27.444) inscribed for Senwehem, central niche (top register, male figure embracing his mother[?] Nefer); found in situ in G 2132. No genealogical epithets accompany figures depicted on this false door; however, drum lintel inscription indicates some (if not all) persons depicted are [msw pw(?) nw n Xt mAa] "the children of (my) body, truly". One of two male figures named Weser (one in central niche, one on north jamb); possibly same individual.

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