Fragments of inscription and relief: left: two fitting fragments of relief found near G 2461': 12-12-208 (= MFA 13.5993.3 + MFA 13.5993.4); right: fragment of inscription (longer autobiographical inscription of Nekhebu) from G 2382 (originally thought to be a tomb, but now known to be a jumbled deposit of limestone blocks from other nearby tombs), originally from G 2381, Nekhebu: 13-1-548 (= Egyptian Museum, Cairo JE 44608)
- Harvard University-Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
- Object(s) photograph: Site: Giza; view: G 2461', G 2381, G 2382
- Two different tombs numbered G 2461 on published map of western cemetery; one tomb located W of G 2378 and N of G 2377; other tomb located in area W of G 2187; the former tomb is now identified as G 2461'; the latter tomb is now identified as G 2461; 12-2-208 from G 2461', W of G 2378. MFA 13.5993 (overall): male figure seated at offering table and pile of offerings; consists of seven blocks and fragments (six from 12-12-208, one from 13-1-558).
- VERIFIED: G 2361 corrected to read G 2461' for 12-12-208 per caption in mounted print archive box (PDM); identifications verified based on Brovarski composites; MFA accession number verified
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