RemarksAppears on chapel entrance facade (to right of door) offering papyrus scroll to Khnumhetep (owner of Service tomb 8), identified as [sn Dt sAb sS] brother of the funerary estate, juridicial scribe; in situ in Service tomb 8.
RemarksOwner of G 1313. Chapel entrance lintel and west door jamb, and false door inscribed for Iydjefa, identified as [sHD xntjw-S pr-aA xntj-S pr-aA m wpt Hrj-sStA] inspector of palace attendants of the Great House, palace attendant of the Great House by commission(?), secretary; found in G 1313 (false door in situ).
RemarksOwner of G 3098. Limestone offering basin (UPM_E13525) inscribed for Iymery, identified as [jmj-r wxrt] overseer of the dockyard; fragment of pottery offering stand (UPM_E13545) inscribed for Iymery, identified as [sHD wabw] inspector of wab-priests; limestone drum lintel (UPM_E13527) inscribed for Iymery (identified as [rx nswt wab mwt nswt] royal acquaintance, wab-priest of the king's mother) and Persenet (dedicated by their son Rudj, owner of G 3086); all found in G 3098.
RemarksOwner of Iymery [I] (unnumbered mastaba excavated by Junker). Offering stone (Cairo JE 53151) inscribed for Iymery, identified as [wab nswt sHD sSw a nswt pr-HD sHD sSw sSr nswt] royal wab-priest, inspector of royal document scribes of the treasury, inspector of scribes of the royal linen; found in situ in mastaba of Iymery [I] chapel.
RemarksWife ([Hmt=f] his wife) of Redienptah, owner of unnumbered rock-cut tomb. Lintel and drum lintel of Redienptah and Iymeryt; found by W.M.F. Petrie in tomb of Redienptah (see Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, pp. 8-9, pl. VIIa).
RemarksProbable owner of D 42. Fragments of limestone offering basin (?) inscribed for Iyni, identified as [rx nswt] royal acquaintance; found in debris of D 42, shaft 1, possibly originally from in front of (uninscribed) north false door.
RemarksWife ([Hmt=f mrt=f] his beloved wife) of Neferen (owner of Neferen, unnumbered mastaba excavated by Junker). Appears on chapel entrance lintel (Hildesheim 5) and south false door (Leipzig 3155) inscribed for Neferen, north jamb (seated with her husband); Iyti identified as [mjtrt] mitret; found in mastaba of Neferen.