> > According to Tallet:
“This diary,” write Tallet and Marouard, “found in the same archaeological context as the administrative accounts dating to regnal Year 27, highlights two major facts: it conﬁrms that Ankh-haf was effectively vizier and in charge of some of the ﬁnal steps of the construction of the Great Pyramid at Giza, and it veriﬁes that the pyramid was clearly at a
final stage of the construction project at the very end of the Khufu’s reign.”
> > So, these other documents
> "Other documents"?
How bizarre. I am actually quoting Tallet himself explaining this that the 13th cattle count is part of other administrative documents found at Wadi al-Jarf and not part of the Merer diary yet you question "other documents"?
Let me quote more of Tallet so maybe it will sink in this time The Harbor of Khufu on the Red Sea Coast at WAdi al-Jarf, Egypt Pierre Tallet and Gregory Marouard:
This is probably the archive of one of the teams present at the site and mainly includes two categories of documents. First,there are a large number of accounts organized in tables,which correspond to daily or monthly deliveries of food from various areas including the Nile Delta (ﬁg. 14a). This archive has expanded considerably the documentation of papyri known for the entire Old Kingdom and conﬁrms that the operation and control of Egyptian administration was already extremely structured and fully operational by the very beginning of the 4th Dynasty.
To these “bureaucratic” accounts another exceptional type of document can be added of which more than a hundred fragments of varying sizes (some over 50 cm in length) have been discovered.