Taudjatra papyrus – Cairo 118

Taudjatra– tA-wDAt-ra
Daressy A.144 – Shabtis Bab el Gasus
Also known as Taoudjarê, Taoudjatre,
Taoudjatra, Taoudjat, Taudjat, Tairetré, Iretrê, Tawedjatre
Ranke II, pg. 325, 16
The name means ‘The one who belongs to the eye of Re

Chantress of Amen, Chantress of the pure foundation of Ptah, Great musician of the choir of Mut, lady of the sky, Mistress of the house, beloved of Hathor the mighty

Daughter of a Taywheret, perhaps the presumed wife of Masaharta (Aubert)

BD S.R.VII.11496, Cairo 118, upstairs, room 24

Book of the Dead papyrus for Taudjatra

Book of the Dead papyrus for Taudajatra, length 432 cm, height 32 cm
BD S.R.VII.11496, Cairo 118, Type BD.III.1a Niwinski
See Mythological Papyri 1957, Piankoff and Rambova Plate 15, for description see page 133-142
In the compilation, the top line bends slightly upward in the middle above the registers. In reality, the top line runs straight, see Piankoff
Photo and panorama view VB 2021 (quality remarks)

The start of papyrus (right to left) has many similarities to the papyrus of Tentimen (Paris 9), see upper fragment