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*The original, paper version of this page in “Appendix I: Cemetery G 1300” can be found in archival box L07 in the Egyptian Section archives of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Details

  • Classification
    Documentation-Unpublished manuscripts
  • Department
    Harvard University-Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
  • Credit Line
    Harvard University—Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
  • Date
    about 1934—1942
  • Author
    George Andrew Reisner, American, 1867–1942
  • Mentioned on page
    Khenut (in G 1304)
    Khui (in G 1304)
    Nihebwernisut (in G 1304)
    Nikanebty (in G 1304)
    Pertim (in G 1304)
    Shepsesetkau (in G 1304)
    Tefnen (G 1304)

Tombs and Monuments 1

  • G 1304

    • Site Name Western Cemetery

Photos 1

People 8

Ancient People

  • Khenut (in G 1304)

    • Type Mentioned on page
    • Remarks Appears (without family relationship, if any, indicated) on limestone false door (Cairo JE 56994) inscribed for Tefnen (owner of G 1304), right flange of tablet (small nude female figure standing beneath elbow of "his son Khui", possibly daughter of Khui, not to be confused with other Khenut on this false door, one of two women working churn represented on north outer jamb, fourth register); false door found in pieces (lower half in situ) in G 1304 (incorrectly attributed to debris north of G 2041 in Porter-Moss III, p. 69).
  • Khui (in G 1304)

    • Type Mentioned on page
    • Remarks Son ([sA=f] his son) of Tefnen (owner of G 1304). Appears on limestone false door (Cairo JE 56994) inscribed for Tefnen, right flange of tablet; false door found in pieces (lower half in situ) in G 1304 (incorrectly attributed to debris north of G 2041 in Porter-Moss III, p. 69).
  • Nihebwernisut (in G 1304)

    • Type Mentioned on page
    • Remarks Son ([sA=f smsw] his eldest son) of Tefnen (owner of G 1304). Appears on limestone false door (Cairo JE 56994) inscribed for Tefnen, left flange of tablet; false door found in pieces (lower half in situ) in G 1304 (incorrectly attributed to debris north of G 2041 in Porter-Moss III, p. 69).
  • Nikanebty (in G 1304)

    • Type Mentioned on page
    • Remarks Appears (without family relationship, if any, indicated) on limestone false door (Cairo JE 56994) inscribed for Tefnen (owner of G 1304), tablet (small nude female figure standing under offering table); false door found in pieces (lower half in situ) in G 1304 (incorrectly attributed to debris north of G 2041 in Porter-Moss III, p. 69).
  • Pertim (in G 1304)

    • Type Mentioned on page
    • Remarks Wife ([Hmt=f] his wife) of Tefnen (owner of G 1304). Appears on limestone false door (Cairo JE 56994) inscribed for Tefnen, tablet (seated with Tefnen at offering table), identified as [rxt nswt] royal acquaintance; false door found in pieces (lower half in situ) in G 1304 (incorrectly attributed to debris north of G 2041 in Porter-Moss III, p. 69).
  • Shepsesetkau (in G 1304)

    • Type Mentioned on page
    • Remarks Appears (without family relationship, if any, indicated) on limestone false door (Cairo JE 56994) inscribed for Tefnen (owner of G 1304), left flange of tablet (small nude female figure standing beneath elbow of "his eldest son Nihebwernisut", possibly daughter of Nihebwernisut); false door found in pieces (lower half in situ) in G 1304 (incorrectly attributed to debris north of G 2041 in Porter-Moss III, p. 69).
  • Tefnen (G 1304)

    • Type Mentioned on page
    • Remarks Owner of G 1304. Limestone false door (Cairo JE 56994) inscribed for Tefnen, identified as [rx nswt wab nswt] royal acquaintance, royal wab-priest; false door found in pieces (lower half in situ) in G 1304 (incorrectly attributed to debris north of G 2041 in Porter-Moss III, p. 69).

Modern People

  • George Andrew Reisner

    • Type Author
    • Nationality & Dates American, 1867–1942
    • Remarks Egyptologist, archaeologist; Referred to as "the doctor" and "mudir" (Arabic for "director") in the excavation records. Nationality and life dates from Who was Who in Egyptology.