Tentshedmut papyrus – London 10

Tentshedmut – Tnt-Sd-mwt
Also known as Tashedmut
Ranke I, pg. 370,13
The name means ‘The one who saved (the Goddess) Mut’
Acquisition date 1864 (from the Emily Anne Beaufort collection)

Mistress of house, Chantress of Amen-Re, the king of the gods

Mother of Nesmutaaneru

Tentshedmut, BA BM EA 9970,
London 10

Amduat papyrus for Tentshedmut

Length 216 cm, height 24.8 cm
BA BM EA 9970, London 10, Type BA.II.1b Niwinski
Photos British Museum © The Trustees of the British Museum
It is not possible to tell whether text and/or images were lost when the papyrus was cut up. Three frames are known and are juxtaposed in the panorama view
Panorama view VB 2023