Djedkhonsuiufankh papyrus – Cairo 96

Djedkhonsuiufankh Dd-xnsw-iwf-anx
Daressy A-no. not attributed – Shabtis Bab el Gasus
Also known as Djedkhonsouioufankh, Djedkhonsefankh, Djedkhonsuiuefankh
Ranke I, pg. 412, 4
The name means ‘Khonsu has said, he will live’

Wab-priest of Amon-Re, King of the Gods, God’s Father of Thoth, Lord of the City of the Eight, the Scribe

Titles noted by Niwinski but not found on the papyrus:
Overseer of the double Granary, Chief scribe of Amen-Re, the king of the gods

 

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BA S.R.VII.10267, Cairo 96, above the stairs and toilets, room 51

Amduat papyrus for Djedkhonsuiufankh

Amduat papyrus for Djedkhonsuiufankh
Length 354 cm, height 22 cm
BA S.R.VII.10267, Cairo 96, Type A.III.1b Niwinski
See Mythological Papyri 1957, Piankoff and Rambova Plate 19, for description see page 156-162
The papyrus appears to be very fragile and since 1957 (Plate 19 Piankoff) there has been some loss especially at the edges but also in some parts of the text
Photo and panorama view VB 2021 (quality remarks)