Pasebakhaenniut papyrus – Cairo 78

Pasebakhaenniut– pA-sbA-xa-niwt
Daressy no no. (probably from Bab el Gasus, Niwinski)
Also known as Pasebakhaniut, Pasebakhaeniout, Psousennes, Psusennes, Pasebakhaemniout, Pasebkhaenet
Ranke I, pg. 117, 1, Ranke II, pg. 354
The name means ‘The star appearing in the city

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There is a theory that the papyrus belongs to Pasebakhaenniut A.85. Sadek writes (translated) ‘Since Pasebakhaenniut of papyrus C 23 (Cairo 102), according to Daressy’s description of the opening of his sarcophagus, had only one papyrus which was rolled between the legs of his mummy, either manuscript C 29 (Cairo 78) belongs to another Pasebakhaenniut contemporary of his homonym, or it is about the same deceased, whose second papyrus would have been found inside one of the Osirian statues already mentioned’

BA S.R.VII.10241, Cairo 78 – staircase, room 5

Amduat papyrus for Pasebakhaenniut

Amduat papyrus for Pasebakhaenniut, length 118 cm, height 18 cm
BA S.R.VII.10241, Cairo 78, Type A.III.2a Niwinski
See Contribution à l’étude de l’Amdouat, Sadek 1985, C29 Planche 42, for description see page 209-212
Photo and panorama view VB 2021 (quality remarks)