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RemarksOwner of G 2430. Nihetepptah called Peni (on north face of north pillar called Peni among his wife titles: [jmAxwt xr pnj] revered before [her husband] Peni). False door inscribed for Nihetepptah, identified as [jmj-r xntjw-S pr-aA Hrj-sStA jmj-r Swj pr-aA xrp aH jmj-r aHAw smr pr] overseer of palace attendants of the Great House, secretary, overseer of the two weaving shops of the Great House, controller of the palace, overseer of the arsenal, companion of the house; also appears in chapel relief (chapel entrance door jambs, west, north, and south walls, identifiying inscriptions not preserved, and north and south pillars), identified as [sAb aD-mr pr-aA Hrj-sStA n nswt m swt=f nb jmj-r swt Spswt nt pr-aA] judge and administrator of the Great House, secretary of the king in all his places, overseer of the noble places of the Great House; in situ in G 2430 (less relief preserved 1936-1939 than originally recorded by Lepsius).
RemarksWife (?) of unidentified owner of G 2097'. False door tablet inscribed for Tjeset, identified as [rxt nswt] royal acquaintance; found in situ on north part of east facade of G 2097'. Possibly daughter of Kapi (owner of G 2091).