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two officials, fragment, inscribed. From the tomb of Nespekashuty. Titles are: Sem priest (who looks after cults of the deceased) and hereditary prince. The style is archaising and copies that of the Old Kingdom.
TT 312 Asasif, Thebes Egypt
circa 747 B.C. 656 B.C.