Mastaba G 7130-7140, tomb of Khufukaf, son on Khufu.
Son ([sA=f] his son) of Khufukaf (owner of G 7130-7140); appears offering papyrus scroll to his father on north inner jamb of chapel; also appears holding scroll on south inner jamb, both times identified as [sA nswt]. Appears kneeling in top register of north facade.
Multiple instances of Khufu cartouche (Khufuhaf). Kilt precursor to 5th Dynasty "pyramid kilts".
Note to self: relief fragment, elongated skull.
Chapel, outer entrance, Khufu cartouche (Khufukaf).
Opposite side of doorway.
Note seated Anubis reminiscent of Sphinx.
Various relief showing large jars, pottery. People carrying large rhomboid shaped objects:
Khufukaf with mother.
Curious garb. Note belt (early Dynastic motif). Note mother's shoulder dress.
Chapel room: HERE.
Detail door jamb.
Several Khufu cartouches including Khufu proper (added: ?) and Khufu (Khufukaf).
Note depiction of round column.
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 13-Mar-17 21:56 by Thanos5150.