Ankhesenmut C – anxs-n-mwt
Daressy A.- maybe for A.38, see Shabtis Bab el Gasus
Also known as Ankhesenmout, Anchesenmut
Ranke I, pg. 67, 20
The name means ‘She lives for Mut’
Mistress of the House, Chantress of Amen-Re, the king of the gods
Four sheets probably belonging to an Ankhesenmut
The four parts of this papyrus seem to belong together and are also side by side in the museum. It seems that the papyrus was cut into several parts and that only four parts are on display. Although I have not found any connection with Ankhesenmut A.38, I would not be surprised if this papyrus also belongs to this lady.
In the Schott archive there are two images, but also no indication of inventory numbers or presumed owner. So if there is more info available, I would like to hear it.