Egypt-Kemet

Paheri : Nomarch of Nekhen, Scribe, Tutor of Prince Wadmose.
Son of the scribe Atefrura and Kem, daughter of Amose son of Ibana.
Wife: Henuterneneh
Sons: Amenmoses, Rahotep, Teti
Daughter: Tadites
Brothers: Ahmose and Pamiu
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The Rock-Tomb of Paheri, is 4m in lengt and in wide 3.50m in the middle of the Tomb

The facade of the Tomb is very damaged, before there were inscriptions containing the prayers to Amon-Re and various Divinities



To the right of the entry of the Tomb is a relief of Paheri, the inscription above is also damaged, but you can see it is a prayer to Nekhbet:
"Homage to you Mistress of the mouth of the two valleys,
Mistress of the sky"

To the right of the entry of the Tomb is a relief of Paheri, the inscription is damaged, it is a prayer to Nekhbet:
Homage to you Mistress of the mouth of the two valleys,
Mistress of the sky".

The rest of the facade is very damaged, before there were inscriptions containing the prayers to various Divinities
The two left colums had inscriptions to Amon-Re.

Decorated with reliefs and sculpturing and a niche at the back of the tomb with 3 statues, Paheri, his wife Henuterneneh and his mother, that is ruined now.

The West-Wall represents the official functions of Paheri in three registers, here he is inspecting the agricultural and the grain domains.
Paheri faces the works in the fields, with his staff of office in his hand.

The fourth register on the wall, there are the boats the grain is going to, the text says:

Loading the boats with wheat and grain, the granaries are full and overflow, the barques are very full and some grain is falling down. But the boss let us go on. See, our hearts are bronzed.

In the middle part of the wall Paheri and his wife Henuterneneh are sitting under a canopy. Paheri holds the two relics of his power the Sekhem Scepter and the Staff in his hand. His wife holds an open Lotus Flower in her hand, symbol of rebirth.
The people offer all sorts of food, to Paheri and his wife Henuterneneh and also the parents of Paheri's wife are present here, her father and mother and son Teti. Eight other daughters and sons are represented, but the reliefs of them are almost destroyed.

Beside the middle part shows Paheri with the little Prince Wadjmes on his knees.
The text tell us :

Rejoice the heart with all things, making a happy day,
receiving the gifts, adoring Nekhebkau, by the guardian of the son of the King
Wadjmes, Paheri justified.

At the end of the wall are several Funery Scenes, dedicated to the Mummy.
A part of the text say:

"Making a beautiful funeral for Prince Paheri.
Justified toward his Tomb in the necropolis, in peace before the great god.
Going in peace to the horizon, to the fields of the reeds, to the duat".

In the lower register you see Osiris and before him Paheri in the position of worship.