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Hieroglyphic text columns including mention of goddesses as fire-spitting cobras.
Ptah and Mentuherkhepeshef (scene 1).
Thoth and Mentuherkhepeshef (scene 2).
Ptah and Mentuherkhepeshef (scene 1). 
Ptah and Mentuherkhepeshef (scene 1).
Banebdjed and Mentuherkhepeshef (scene 3). 
Duamutef and Mentuherkhepeshef (scene 5). 
Meretseger and Mentuherkhepeshef (scene 6). 
Hapy and Mentuherkhepeshef (scene 4). 
Duamutef and Mentuherkhepeshef (scene 5). 
Duamutef [and Mentuherkhepeshef]: detail.
Preliminary sketch of inscription behind Duamutef giving his name, changed from Hapy, written in preliminary sketch (scene 5). 
Meretseger and Mentuherkhepeshef (scene 6).
Sekhmet and Mentuherkhepeshef (scene 7)
Sekhmet and Mentuherkhepeshef: detail (scene 7).
Thoth [and Mentuherkhepeshef]: belt buckle on figure of Thoth inscribed with name of Rameses IX (scene 2).
Book of the Dead, spell 139, inscribed in hieratic on the painting of the door leaf (detail). 
Beginning of dedication text indicating the tomb was a royal gift.
Bottom of dedication text with evidence of change from Setherkhepeshef to Mentuherkhepeshef.
Text columns.