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Archaeological report: comprising the work of the Egypt Exploration Fund and the progress of egyptology during the year ... — 1904-1905

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Excavations at Deeb El-Bahabe

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which must be Neb-hapet-J&H, as the ^ would be meaningless were the
word really hkeru ; the same spelling is found in the Abbott Papyrus Report
about the condition of the tomb. The name of Mentuhetep Neb-hapet-

Ea's queen was Aasheit <"=^ nn (J (J ; the priestesses of Hathor
were ^\ c=a ^ ^fj, Sadhe, a foreign name, ^ (j |J, /urn//,

■ J}, Kemsit (the negress), rD IT] <=»J), Herihenet, a

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10. Raising' the Sarcophagous of the priestess Kauit
out of her tomb*

(/« foreground one of the octagonal pillars of /lie temple.)

purely Egyptian name, and J^^'^1^1'^^^ Nefer-shwhu-m.
Further mention of the vizier Kheti has been found. There is an enigmatic
inscription of a " chief hunter of the desert, An[tef ?]," which is interesting,
and an unhappily broken fragment of a historical inscription of Mentuhetep,
describing some military expedition. We know from the reliefs of the
southern colonnade, already mentioned, that he was a mighty smiter of the

Aamu. The name of a new king, Sekh;i-[hetep ?]-Rfi ^0 (] ^ ]p jj
Mentuhetep, has been found, and also remains of shrine-inscriptions of the
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