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Site: Giza; View: Lepsius 53

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  • Site: Giza; View: Lepsius 53
  • Site: Giza; view: Lepsius 53
  • Site: Giza; view: Lepsius 53
  • Site: Giza; view: Lepsius 53
  • Site: Giza; View: Lepsius 53
  • Site: Giza; View: Lepsius 53
  • Site: Giza; View: Lepsius 53
  • Site: Giza; View: Lepsius 53
Seshemnefer [IV] (Lepsius 53), Male
Also known as:
  • Alternate spelling:
  • Seshemnofer [IV]
  • Alternate spelling:
  • Seschemnefer [IV]
  • Primary Name:
  • Seshemnefer [IV]
  • Manuel de Codage:
  • sSmnfr
Remarks: Owner of Lepsius 53. Two seated statues in forecourt (on either side of exterior chapel entrance), inscribed [smr watj sSmnfr] sole companion Seshemnefer; in situ in Lepsius 53. Interior chapel entrance lintel and drum lintel and false door (in room c) inscribed for Seshemnefer; also appears in chapel relief (in most instances name not preserved, only lower portions of walls preserved) and displaced fragmentary block of relief (Hildesheim 3190) depicted as statue; identified as [xrp nstj m pr-anx Hrj-sStA n mdt nb sStA nt nswt HqA bAt] director of the two thrones in the Mansion of Life, secretary of all secret commands of the king, chief of Bat; in situ in Lepsius 53 (block found in Lepsius 53). Possibly same individual as Seshemnefer (in G 5170), eldest son of Seshemnefer [III] (owner of G 5170).