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Details

  • Tomb Owner
    Sensen (Sensen)
  • Excavator
    Hermann Junker, German, 1877–1962
  • Attested
    Pepi (in Sensen)
  • PorterMoss Date
    Late Old Kingdom
  • Site Type
    Stone-built mastaba
  • Shafts
    S 2187; S 2188, S 2189; S 2190
  • Remarks
    Mastaba is south of G 2000 and north of D 107.

Finds 1

Maps & Plans 1

Published Documents 2

Full Bibliography

  • Junker, Hermann. Gîza 9. Das Mittelfeld des Westfriedhofs. Akademie der Wissenschaften in Wien Philosophisch-historische Klasse Denkschriften 73, Abhandlung 2. Vienna: Rudolph M. Rohrer, 1950, pp. 83-90, figs. 34-37, plan 1 after pl. 20.

    Porter, Bertha, and Rosalind L.B. Moss. Topographical Bibliography of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts, Reliefs, and Paintings 3: Memphis (Abû Rawâsh to Dahshûr). Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1931. 2nd edition. 3: Memphis, Part 1 (Abû Rawâsh to Abûsîr), revised and augmented by Jaromír Málek. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1974, p. 118, plan 11.

Photos 14

People 3

Ancient People

  • Pepi (in Sensen)

    • Type Attested
    • Remarks Wife ([Hmt=f] his wife) of Sensen (owner of Sensen, unnumbered mastaba excavated by Junker). False door tablet depicting Sensen and his wife Pepi seated at offering table, identified as [Hm-nTr HwtHr rxt nswt] priestess of Hathor, royal acquaintance; found displaced in front of mastaba of Sensen.
  • Sensen (Sensen)

    • Type Tomb Owner
    • Remarks Owner of Sensen (unnumbered mastaba excavated by Junker). False door tablet depicting Sensen and his wife seated at offering table, identified as [rx nswt jmj-r js] royal acquaintance, overseer of the is-chamber; found displaced in front of mastaba of Sensen.

Modern People

  • Hermann Junker

    • Type Excavator
    • Nationality & Dates German, 1877–1962
    • Remarks Egyptologist, Director of German-Austrian expedition to Giza, 1911–1929. Published 12 volumes of final excavation reports from Giza expedition. Nationality and life dates from Who was Who in Egyptology.