Side panel of a sarcophagus of the lady of the house Ibet, divided into three scenes separated by lines or columns of text. Two of the scenes show the transport of the funerary boat on a sled towards the tomb, pulled by two oxen with large lyre-shaped horns and speckled skin. The tomb facade is indicated further along by a vividly coloured 'palace-facade', with two Wedjat eyes on top of it. The texts consist of, in the horizontal line, a standard offering formula, and, in the columns, an appeal by Ibet for the protection of two of the sons of Horus (Duamutef and Hapi) and of the deities Geb and Shu (four columns).
|INSTITUT DE PAPYROLOGIE ET D'ÉGYPTOLOGIE, UNIVERSITÉ DE LILLE III [02/049] LILLE
An offering which the king gives (to) Anubis on his mountain, he who is in the [embalming room], lord of the sacred land, so that he may make an invocation offering of bread, beer, oxen, fowl, linen, and all good and pure things on which a god lives which is given by heaven, for the ka of the lady of the house, Ibet, justified.
The blessed one before Hapi for the ka of the [lady of the house, Ibet...]
The blessed one before Shu or the ka of the lady of the house, Ibet, justified
The blessed one before Geb for the ka of lady of the house, Ibet, [justified]
The blessed one before Duamutef for the ka of lady of the house, Ibet, justified.