Shepespuptah Idu according to Evidence from his Rock-cut Tomb at Abusir South
Hana Vymazalová, Petra Havelková
|Citation||VYMAZALOVÁ, Hana a HAVELKOVÁ, Petra. Shepespuptah Idu according to Evidence from his Rock-cut Tomb at Abusir South. Annals of the Náprstek Museum. Prague: National Museum, 2016, 37(2), 89-108. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/anpm-2017-0014. ISSN 0231-844X (print), 2533-5685 (online). Also available from: https://publikace.nm.cz/en/periodicals/aotnpm/37-2/shepespuptah-idu-according-to-evidence-from-his-rock-cut-tomb-at-abusir-south|
The article discusses evidence uncovered by the mission of the Czech Institute of Egyptology, Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague at the necropolis of Abusir near Egypt’s capital Cairo. The tomb of Shepespuptah Idu was one of the four rock-cut tombs in the tomb complex of Princess Sheretnebty in Abusir South. It was uncovered in 2012 and its exploration continued until 2013. The identity of the tomb owner is known from hieratic inscriptions in his tomb chapel, which tell us about his name, nickname and titles. Shepespuptah held administrative titles associated with legal matters and royal offerings and the latter offices connect him with the economy of the royal funerary cults. The burial of Shepespuptah, which was found in his sarcophagus reveals interesting details about his health.