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Khonsuemheb papyrus – Cairo 65

Khonsuemheb – xnsw-m-Hb
Daressy A.106 – Shabtis Bab el Gasus
Also known as Khonsemheb, Khonsouemheb, Chonsemheb
The coffin can be dated to the period c. 1010-950 BC (Aston)

Ranke I, pg. 271, 3

God’s father of Amen-Re, the king of the gods, God’s father of Khonsu, God’s servant of Khonsu-Ra, Scribe of the counting of the grain in the domain of Amen

Liliane Aubert writes that Khonsouemheb added his titles “Scribe of the counting of the grain in the domain of Amen” (also on his shabti box) and “Wab-priest at the prow of Mut” on the sarcophagus which he usurped from Nespaneferher. See Aubert pg. 86

BD S.R.VII.10228, Cairo 65, staircase, room 1

Book of the Dead Papyrus Khonsuemheb

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Book of the Dead for Khonsuemheb, length 259 cm, height 23 cm. View in full screen
BD S.R.VII.10228, Cairo 65, Type: BD.III.1b Niwinski
See Daressy 1907, p.30, Photo Schott (“pap. w”), Seeber 1976, p.212
Photo and panorama view VB 2021 (quality remarks)