Round-topped limestone stela of Paser, carved on a rectangular slab, with two scenes separated by five horizontal registers of text: relief representation of Paser, Overseer of the builders of the Lord of the Two Lands, with his brother, Tjenry, Royal Scribe and Chief Lector Priest, worshipping a statue of Osiris, with Osiris and Isis behind and Hathor shown as a cow emerging from the hill of the west; the text consists of invocations to Osiris, Ptah-Sokar, Anubis and all other mortuary deities; the lower scene shows Paser and his wife, Pepy, seated before an offering-table receiving offerings from many relatives, disposed in two sub-registers, squatting on the ground, wearing ointment cones and, all except one, holding lotus-flowers.
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