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Tashedkhonsu papyrus – Cairo 77

Tashedkhonsu – tA-Sd-xnsw (Sd-tA-xnsw)
Daressy A.137 (Daressy) or A.138 – see Shabtis Bab el Gasus
Ranke I, pg. 370, 14, Ranke II, pg. 396
The name means ‘The one who Khonsu has saved’
also often written as Tentshedkhonsu – tnt-Sd-xnsw
Also known as TashedKhonsou, Tentshedkhonsoe, Tjentsjedkhonsu, Shedsukhonsu, Sjedsukonsu, Chedsoukhonsou, Taschedchons, Tanetshedkhonsu

Musician of the choir of Mut, lady of heaven, Mistress of the house, Chantress of Amen-Re, the king of the gods, Prophetess of Amen in Karnak, Prophetess of Mut of the Mammisi, Prophetess of Nekhbeth the white one of Hierakopolis, The great one of the palanquin in the domain of king Seti I

BD S.R.VII.10240, Cairo 77 – staircase, room 5

Book of the Dead papyrus for Tashedkhonsu

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Book of the Dead for Tashedkhonsu, length c. 275 cm, height 28 cm. View in full screen
BD S.R.VII.10240, Cairo 77, Type BD.III.1b Niwinski
Photo and panorama view VB 2021 (quality remarks)