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G I-South Cemetery (Seshemnefer [IV] complex): Lepsius 53, Seshemnefer [IV], interior chapel (room a), entrance, N door jamb (reveal), relief (lower portion of standing figure of Seshemnefer, with his sons, Neferseshemptah and Ptahhetep, and figure of Seshemnefer Tjeti [name only partially preserved]), looking NE

Details

  • ID
    KHM_AEOS_II_5220_2
  • Department
    Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
  • Subjects
    G I-South Cemetery: Site: Giza; View: Lepsius 53
  • Photographer
    Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
  • Tomb Owner
    Ptahhetep (Ptahhetep)
    Seshemnefer Tjeti (Seshemnefer Tjeti)
  • Attested
    Neferseshemptah Sheshi (in Lepsius 53)
    Ptahhetep (Ptahhetep)
    Seshemnefer Tjeti (Seshemnefer Tjeti)
  • Mentioned on page
    Neferseshemptah Sheshi (in Lepsius 53)
  • Owner
    Neferseshemptah Sheshi (in Lepsius 53)
  • Individual - Ancient
    Ptahhetep (Ptahhetep)

Tombs and Monuments 1

People 8

Ancient People

  • Neferseshemptah Sheshi (in Lepsius 53)

    • Type Mentioned on page
    • Remarks Neferseshemptah, [rn=f nfr] his good name Sheshi. Base fragment of seated statue (Hildesheim 3264) inscribed for Neferseshemptah Sheshi (name only partially preserved): found in debris near Seshemnefer [IV] complex. Probably same individual as Neferseshemptah, son ([sA=f] his son) of Seshemnefer [IV] (owner of Lepsius 53). Appears in chapel relief, interior chapel entrance (north door jamb [reveal]), identified as [sAb sS sHD Hmw-kA] juridicial scribe, inspector of ka-priests; in situ in Lepsius 53.
  • Neferseshemptah Sheshi (in Lepsius 53)

    • Type Owner
    • Remarks Neferseshemptah, [rn=f nfr] his good name Sheshi. Base fragment of seated statue (Hildesheim 3264) inscribed for Neferseshemptah Sheshi (name only partially preserved): found in debris near Seshemnefer [IV] complex. Probably same individual as Neferseshemptah, son ([sA=f] his son) of Seshemnefer [IV] (owner of Lepsius 53). Appears in chapel relief, interior chapel entrance (north door jamb [reveal]), identified as [sAb sS sHD Hmw-kA] juridicial scribe, inspector of ka-priests; in situ in Lepsius 53.
  • Neferseshemptah Sheshi (in Lepsius 53)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Neferseshemptah, [rn=f nfr] his good name Sheshi. Base fragment of seated statue (Hildesheim 3264) inscribed for Neferseshemptah Sheshi (name only partially preserved): found in debris near Seshemnefer [IV] complex. Probably same individual as Neferseshemptah, son ([sA=f] his son) of Seshemnefer [IV] (owner of Lepsius 53). Appears in chapel relief, interior chapel entrance (north door jamb [reveal]), identified as [sAb sS sHD Hmw-kA] juridicial scribe, inspector of ka-priests; in situ in Lepsius 53.
  • Ptahhetep (Ptahhetep)

    • Type Tomb Owner
    • Remarks Owner of Ptahhetep (unnumbered mastaba excavated by Junker). False door (upper half not preserved) inscribed for Ptahhetep, identified as [jrj-pat smr watj] hereditary prince, sole companion; also appears in chapel relief (name not preserved, chapel mostly destroyed); in situ in mastaba of Ptahhetep (abutting south face of Seshemnefer [IV] complex). Probably same individual as Ptahhetep, son ([sA=f] his son) of Seshemnefer [IV] (owner of Lepsius 53). Appears in chapel relief, interior chapel entrance (north door jamb [reveal]), identified as [swnw pr-aA sHD Hmw-kA] physician of the Great House, inspector of ka-priests, and possibly also exterior chapel entrance = columned portico, north wall (only lower legs and end of name [...]hetep preserved); in situ in Lepsius 53.
  • Ptahhetep (Ptahhetep)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Owner of Ptahhetep (unnumbered mastaba excavated by Junker). False door (upper half not preserved) inscribed for Ptahhetep, identified as [jrj-pat smr watj] hereditary prince, sole companion; also appears in chapel relief (name not preserved, chapel mostly destroyed); in situ in mastaba of Ptahhetep (abutting south face of Seshemnefer [IV] complex). Probably same individual as Ptahhetep, son ([sA=f] his son) of Seshemnefer [IV] (owner of Lepsius 53). Appears in chapel relief, interior chapel entrance (north door jamb [reveal]), identified as [swnw pr-aA sHD Hmw-kA] physician of the Great House, inspector of ka-priests, and possibly also exterior chapel entrance = columned portico, north wall (only lower legs and end of name [...]hetep preserved); in situ in Lepsius 53.
  • Ptahhetep (Ptahhetep)

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Owner of Ptahhetep (unnumbered mastaba excavated by Junker). False door (upper half not preserved) inscribed for Ptahhetep, identified as [jrj-pat smr watj] hereditary prince, sole companion; also appears in chapel relief (name not preserved, chapel mostly destroyed); in situ in mastaba of Ptahhetep (abutting south face of Seshemnefer [IV] complex). Probably same individual as Ptahhetep, son ([sA=f] his son) of Seshemnefer [IV] (owner of Lepsius 53). Appears in chapel relief, interior chapel entrance (north door jamb [reveal]), identified as [swnw pr-aA sHD Hmw-kA] physician of the Great House, inspector of ka-priests, and possibly also exterior chapel entrance = columned portico, north wall (only lower legs and end of name [...]hetep preserved); in situ in Lepsius 53.
  • Seshemnefer Tjeti (Seshemnefer Tjeti)

    • Type Tomb Owner
    • Remarks Owner of Seshemnefer Tjeti (unnumbered mastaba excavated by Junker, part of Seshemnefer [IV] complex). Seshemnefer Tjeti, called Tjeti. Remains of false door inscribed for Seshemnefer Tjeti, identified as [smr watj xrp nstj] sole companion, director of the two thrones; also appears in chapel relief (displaced blocks), with previous titles and additional title [HqA bAt] chief of Bat; found in mastaba of Seshemnefer Tjeti (blocks of relief perhaps originally from chapel entrance, to room a). Probable son of Seshemnefer [IV] (owner of Lepsius 53). Appears in chapel relief, interior chapel entrance (facade and reveal faces of north and south door jambs); in situ in Lepsius 53.
  • Seshemnefer Tjeti (Seshemnefer Tjeti)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Owner of Seshemnefer Tjeti (unnumbered mastaba excavated by Junker, part of Seshemnefer [IV] complex). Seshemnefer Tjeti, called Tjeti. Remains of false door inscribed for Seshemnefer Tjeti, identified as [smr watj xrp nstj] sole companion, director of the two thrones; also appears in chapel relief (displaced blocks), with previous titles and additional title [HqA bAt] chief of Bat; found in mastaba of Seshemnefer Tjeti (blocks of relief perhaps originally from chapel entrance, to room a). Probable son of Seshemnefer [IV] (owner of Lepsius 53). Appears in chapel relief, interior chapel entrance (facade and reveal faces of north and south door jambs); in situ in Lepsius 53.

Institutions 1