Nesykhonsu (papyrus) – Cairo A

Nesykhonsu – nsy-xnsw – Royal Cache
Also known as Neskhons, Nesikhons, Nesikhonsu, Nesikhonsou, Neschons, Nesi-Khensu, Eskhons
Ranke I, pg. 178, 20
The name means ‘The one who belongs to Khonsu’

First head-woman of the secluded women of Amen-Ra, the King of the gods, Chief lady of the Temple of Khensu-em-Uast, Nefer-hetep, Priestess of Amen-Ra, Lord of Aarut, Priestess of Nekhebet the White, of Nekhen, Priestess of Osiris, Horus, and Isis in Abydos, Priestess of Hathor, Lady of Cusae, Divine Mother of Khensu-pa-khart, Chief woman of Amen-Ra, the King of the gods, President (Chief) of the noble women. Wallis Budge, 1912

Deification decree of Amun

Length 266 cm, width 23.5 cm (Niwinski)
BD S.R.IV.991 – CG 58032 – JE 26228, Cairo A
“JE 26228 bis” is also indicated at Cairo 1, the Book of the Dead of Isetemkheb. It is not clear to me why

See Maspero 1889a, pages 594-614, plates XXV-XXVII
See   1927 – Catalogue général des antiquités égyptiennes du Musée du Caire No. 58001-58036 Papyrus Hieratiques
See for an English translation of the hieratic text Budge, The Gods of the Egyptions, Vol II, London 1903, page 13-16.
Photos: Publication Maspero, 1889