Isetemkhebit papyrus – London 1


Isetemkhebit– Ast-m-Ax-bit
Also known as Isetemkheb, Isetemkhebi, Istemkheb, Asetemachbit, Asetemakhbit
Ranke I, pg. 4, 3
The name means ‘Isis is in Ipu (Akhmim)
Provenance Thebes, acquisition date 1833, John Barker
Middle or late 21st Dynasty

Mistress of the house, Chantress of Amen, Overseer of the harem of Amen-Userhat (or Great chief of Amen’s sacred musical troupe of Amen-Userhat)

Funerary papyrus
See the 3 frames in the British Museum

Book of the Dead papyrus for Isetemkhebit

Length 158 cm, height 25.4 cm
BD BM 9903, London 1, Type BD.II.1 Niwinski
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Panorama view VB 2023