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Bottom left-hand part of a limestone stela preserving parts of ten lines of hieroglyphic inscription referring to a king's son, commander of the ruler's crew, Ameni, born of the king's wife Haankhes, and referring to a woman (his wife?) the king's daughter Sebekemheb, born to king Sekhemrawadjkhau (Sobekemsaf I) and the great king's wife Nubemhat. Bought at Koptos (see Petrie notebook 53), but from the inscription contents from Denderah: the right side of the lower part of this stela is in the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow, I.1.b.32 (4156).