Iset (Isis) papyrus – Cairo 14

Iset (Isis)– Ast
Daressy A.127 – Shabtis Bab el Gasus
Also known as Isis, Aset, Taaatemperimen (tA-aA(.t)-m-pr-imn) or abbreviated Taaatimen
Ranke I, Ast pg. 3, 18, Ranke I tA-aA(.t)-imn pg. 354, 15
The name Iset means ‘Isis’, the name Taaatemperimen means ‘The great one in the domain of Amen’

Chantress of Amen

Sadek 1985 suggests that Ta-aatimen ‘la Grande-dans-le-domaine-d’Amon’ is her nickname and Isis her real name. He writes (translated) “It is unlikely that the basalt scarab with the name of Ast (Isis) was usurped, also it is possible to think that this woman, of priestly rank, bearer of a extremely common anthroponym, at one point felt the to distinguish herself from her many companions who were called Isis, by being nicknamed “The great one in the domain of Amen”, perhaps besides, according to a current title of the goddess Isis in Thebaine region”. See L. Sadek, pg. 120-121)

BD S.R.IV.549 = JE 95651, Cairo 14, upstairs, room 29

Book of the Dead papyrus for Iset aka Taaatemperimen

Book of the Dead for Iset, length 535 cm, height 25 cm
BD S.R.IV.549 = JE 95651, Cairo 14, Type BD.II.2 Niwinski
Photo and panorama view VB 2021 (quality remarks)