Giza Mastabas 5000


G5032 Redines?  Dynasty 6
King’s wab-priest, Scribe.
Wife: Mertiotes

G5040 Kaemked Late Dyn. 5 or Dyn 6
King’s wab-priest, etc.

G5080 (=G2200) Seshem-nefer II    Time of Shepseskhaf or Niuserre
Overseer of scribes of the royal documents, Overseer of all works of the King, etc.
Mother: Mertiotes Royal acquaintance.       Wife, Henutsen

G5110 (LG 44) Dua(en)re     Late 4th dynasty
Son of Khafre and Meresankh III. Served as Vizier late in the dynasty under Menkaure.

G 5150 (LG 36): Seshat-hetep called Heti.   Early Dyn 5
King's son of his body, Overseer of all works of the King, Greatest of the Ten of Upper Egypt, etc.
Wife: Mertiotes Prophetess of Neith and Hathor, etc.
Mentioned is Neferirtes, Dentist.

G 5170: Seshem-nefer (III).  Temp. Isesi (early).
King’s son of his body, Chief Justice and Vizier, etc.
Parents, Seshemnefer (II) and Henutsen (tomb G 5080).
Wife: Hetepheres King’s daughter, Prophetess of Hathor Mistress-of-the-Sycamore and Neith Opener-of-the-Ways, etc.
Son: Seshemnefer

G 5210 (LG 43): Khemten.  Time of Khufu, until end of Dyn 4.
A steward who served Prince Ka-wab, Princess (Queen) Hetep-heres II, and Queen Meresankh III, and perhaps Prince Duwanera. This mastaba was probably built in the reign of Mycerinus, although Khemten himself appears to have been still alive in the reign of Shepses-khaf, when he appears as the chief funerary priest of Meresankh III.     


?G5230 (LG 40): Khnumbaf.

G5230 Babaef     Time of Khufu – Shepseskhaf
Overseer of the Works, Vizier under Shepseskaf.
He was probably the son of Duaenre, and thus a grandson of Khafre and Meresankh III.
[conflicting info from different sources]


G5270: Rawer I.  Middle Dyn. 5
Scribe of the royal documents in the presence, etc.
Parents (probably), Seshemnefer [I] and Amendjefas (tomb G 4940).

G5280: Peh-n-ptah.   Middle Dyn. 5
Scribe of the royal documents, etc.
Parents (probably), Seshemnefer [I] and Amendjefas (tomb G 4940).

G5290 Hetepniptah Middle Dyn. 5 or later.

G5330 (LG 41): Ihy.    Dyn  6.
Overseer of the Great Court, Overseer of commissions in the whole country, iun-kenmut-priest, etc.

G5340 (LG 37): Ka-sedja.    Middle Dyn 5.
Overseer of commissions, Director of interpreters, Herdsman of the White Bull, etc.
Parents (possibly), Kanufer and Shepsetkau (tomb G 2150).

G5370 (LG 31): Djaty   Temp. Neferirkare or later.
Greatest of the Ten of Upper Egypt, Overseer of all works of the King.

G5470 (LG 32): Rawer II.    Late Dyn.  5
Judge and Boundary official, Secretary of the secret judgement of the Great Court, Prophet of Maaet, etc.

G5480 Heti  Late Dyn. 5 or Dyn. 6
Judge and Overseer of scribes, etc.
Mother (probably), Meresankh

G5520 (LG 28): Sankh-n-ptah.  Late Dyn. 5 or Dyn. 6

G5550 Nefer good name Idu   Early Dyn. 6
Chief Justice and Vizier, etc.
Wife, Hemtre Prophetess of Neith Opener-of-the-Ways.

G5560 Kakherptah good name Fetekta   Early Dyn. 6
Overseer of the Memphite and Letopolite nomes, Overseer of the new settlements of the Pyramid of Isesi, Inspector of wab-priests of the Pyramid of Khufu, etc.

G5--- Khenit Time of Djedkare Isesi – Unis ?
Hathor priestess and king’s acquaintance
Son: Isesibaf (likely the a person mentioned in the tomb of Senedjemib Inti).
This tomb is inserted between the tombs of Rawer II (G 5470) and Djaty (G 5370) in the Western Field at Gisa, and built against the face of the latter.