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Akhethetep was an ancient Egyptian official of the Old Kingdom, who is known from his burial at Giza, excavated 1929–30 by the Egyptian Egyptologist Selim Hassan. Akhethetep had several rather modest titles, including ka-priest of the king's mother, scribe of the treasury or inspector of the scribes of the granary. He was also inspector of scribes at Akhet-Khufu. Akhet-Khufu is the pyramid of king Khufu. His wife was a woman called Nikauhathor. In his tomb are also mentioned on a false door a certain Kainefer and a woman called Peseshet. The latter with the title overseer of the physicians, perhaps the first female doctor known by name. The relationship of these two people to Akhethetep is unknown. Selim Hassan wonders whether they were his parents.

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  • Achethotep war ein altägyptischer Beamter, der vor allem von seinem Grab in Gizeh bekannt ist, das zum Teil mit Reliefs dekoriert ist. Er lebte in der 4. oder in der 5. Dynastie, etwa 2600 oder um 2500 v. Chr. Achethoteps gut erhaltene Mastaba ist zum Teil aufgemauert, zum Teil in den Fels gehauen. Bestimmte Teile der Mastaba sind dekoriert, wie z. B. Türstürze und verschiedene Scheintüren. Achethotep trug eine Reihe von Titeln, einerseits Titel, die mit dem Totenkult königlicher Familienmitglieder in Verbindung stehen, andererseits hatte er auch Verwaltungsaufgaben im königlichen Schatzhaus. Achethotep war unter anderem Königsbekannter, Vorsteher der Totenpriester der Königsmutter, Vorsteher der Schreiber in Achet-Chufu (Name der Cheops-Pyramide), Schreiber des Schatzhauses und Inspektor der Schreiber des Schatzhauses. Im Grab hatte auch seine Gemahlin Nikauhor eine Scheintür. Sie war Königsbekannte und Totenpriesterin der Königsmutter. In der Grabanlage befindet sich auch die Scheintür des Kanefer und der Peseschet. Es mag sich um die Eltern des Achethotep gehandelt haben, obwohl deren Beziehung zu ihm nicht ausdrücklich erwähnt wird. (de)
  • Akhethetep was an ancient Egyptian official of the Old Kingdom, who is known from his burial at Giza, excavated 1929–30 by the Egyptian Egyptologist Selim Hassan. Akhethetep had several rather modest titles, including ka-priest of the king's mother, scribe of the treasury or inspector of the scribes of the granary. He was also inspector of scribes at Akhet-Khufu. Akhet-Khufu is the pyramid of king Khufu. His wife was a woman called Nikauhathor. In his tomb are also mentioned on a false door a certain Kainefer and a woman called Peseshet. The latter with the title overseer of the physicians, perhaps the first female doctor known by name. The relationship of these two people to Akhethetep is unknown. Selim Hassan wonders whether they were his parents. Akhethetep was buried in a mastaba, that was partly carved into the rocks, partly built of stones. Only some parts of the inner rooms were decorated and inscribed. The exact dating of Akhethetep is uncertain. (en)
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  • Akhethetep was an ancient Egyptian official of the Old Kingdom, who is known from his burial at Giza, excavated 1929–30 by the Egyptian Egyptologist Selim Hassan. Akhethetep had several rather modest titles, including ka-priest of the king's mother, scribe of the treasury or inspector of the scribes of the granary. He was also inspector of scribes at Akhet-Khufu. Akhet-Khufu is the pyramid of king Khufu. His wife was a woman called Nikauhathor. In his tomb are also mentioned on a false door a certain Kainefer and a woman called Peseshet. The latter with the title overseer of the physicians, perhaps the first female doctor known by name. The relationship of these two people to Akhethetep is unknown. Selim Hassan wonders whether they were his parents. (en)
  • Achethotep war ein altägyptischer Beamter, der vor allem von seinem Grab in Gizeh bekannt ist, das zum Teil mit Reliefs dekoriert ist. Er lebte in der 4. oder in der 5. Dynastie, etwa 2600 oder um 2500 v. Chr. Im Grab hatte auch seine Gemahlin Nikauhor eine Scheintür. Sie war Königsbekannte und Totenpriesterin der Königsmutter. In der Grabanlage befindet sich auch die Scheintür des Kanefer und der Peseschet. Es mag sich um die Eltern des Achethotep gehandelt haben, obwohl deren Beziehung zu ihm nicht ausdrücklich erwähnt wird. (de)
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  • Achethotep (de)
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