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Two limestone offering basins, one false door, two fragments of relief, one fragment of inscription: top row: [G 7000 SE 116 (aka G 7568 "E")] 29-2-75 (= MFA 29.2326, offering basin of Tjenti), [G 7000 SE 110] 29-2-63 (= MFA 29.2323, offering basin of Tjenti), [G 7652 A I] 29-4-318 (fragment of relief); bottom row: [street G 7200] 29-2-37a (false door of Hordjedef (Iteti)), [G 7652 A I] 29-4-317 (door jamb ?), [street G 7600, G 7650] 29-3-234 (fragment of relief)

Details

  • ID
    HUMFA_A5150_NS
  • Department
    Harvard University-Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
  • Subjects
    Object(s) photograph: Site: Giza; view: G 7568, G 7000 SE 116, G 7000 SE 110, G 7652, street G 7200, street G 7600, G 7650
  • Date
    06/14/1929
  • Problems/Questions
    VERIFIED: 29-2-37 stela corrected to read false door; arrangement made and identifications verified based on object register; MFA accession numbers verified
  • Photographer
    Mustapha Abu el-Hamd (expedition photographer)
  • Mentioned on page
    Tjenti (near G 7568)
  • Owner
    Hordjedef Iteti (near G 7230-7240)
    Tjenti (near G 7568)
  • Attested
    Hordjedef Iteti (near G 7230-7240)
    Tjenti (near G 7568)

Tombs and Monuments 7

Finds 6

Unpublished Documents 7

People 6

Ancient People

  • Hordjedef Iteti (near G 7230-7240)

    • Type Owner
    • Remarks Small (Dynasty 6) limestone false door (29-2-37a) inscribed for Hordjedef, [rn=f nfr] his good name Iteti; found in Street G 7200, built into mud brick wall between G 7230 and G 7240.
  • Hordjedef Iteti (near G 7230-7240)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Small (Dynasty 6) limestone false door (29-2-37a) inscribed for Hordjedef, [rn=f nfr] his good name Iteti; found in Street G 7200, built into mud brick wall between G 7230 and G 7240.
  • Tjenti (near G 7568)

    • Type Mentioned on page
    • Remarks Two limestone offering basins inscribed for the scribe Tjenti. One basin (29-2-63) found in G 7000 SE 110 (Vol.22.p.872). Other basin (29-2-75) found in G 7568 E (according to excavation diary) or G 7000 SE 116 (according to object register); according to excavation diary for February 20, 1929 (Vol.22.p.877) this basin was found in G 7568 E, which is mentioned in the diary, but does not appear on maps and plans of this area and tomb; according to excavation diary also for February 20, 1929 (Vol.22.p.878) G 7000 SE 116, which abutts E face of G 7568, was empty; it seems G 7568 E and G 7000 SE 116 might be the same pit.
  • Tjenti (near G 7568)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Two limestone offering basins inscribed for the scribe Tjenti. One basin (29-2-63) found in G 7000 SE 110 (Vol.22.p.872). Other basin (29-2-75) found in G 7568 E (according to excavation diary) or G 7000 SE 116 (according to object register); according to excavation diary for February 20, 1929 (Vol.22.p.877) this basin was found in G 7568 E, which is mentioned in the diary, but does not appear on maps and plans of this area and tomb; according to excavation diary also for February 20, 1929 (Vol.22.p.878) G 7000 SE 116, which abutts E face of G 7568, was empty; it seems G 7568 E and G 7000 SE 116 might be the same pit.
  • Tjenti (near G 7568)

    • Type Owner
    • Remarks Two limestone offering basins inscribed for the scribe Tjenti. One basin (29-2-63) found in G 7000 SE 110 (Vol.22.p.872). Other basin (29-2-75) found in G 7568 E (according to excavation diary) or G 7000 SE 116 (according to object register); according to excavation diary for February 20, 1929 (Vol.22.p.877) this basin was found in G 7568 E, which is mentioned in the diary, but does not appear on maps and plans of this area and tomb; according to excavation diary also for February 20, 1929 (Vol.22.p.878) G 7000 SE 116, which abutts E face of G 7568, was empty; it seems G 7568 E and G 7000 SE 116 might be the same pit.

Modern People