High Priest of Ptah in Memphis
|Dynasty||12th Dynasty or 13th Dynasty|
Senbuy was High Priest of Ptah in Memphis during the late Middle Kingdom of Egypt (late Twelfth Dynasty or Thirteenth Dynasty). Senbuy is known from a stela now in the Fitzwilliam Museum in England. Senbuy is depicted with his wife Nubemheb and his son Re-Seth. Senbuy's titles on the stela are given as hereditary prince and count, one whose coming to the temple is awaited on the day of the rising of Sothis, the greatest of the directors of craftsmen of the Lord of All, chief priest of his god, the lector-priest.
- Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge E.SS.37, see
- J. Bourriau, Three Monuments from Memphis in the Fitzwilliam Museum, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, Vol. 68, (1982), pp. 51-59; Geoffrey T. Martin: Stelae from Egypt and Nubia in the Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge, c. 3000 BC–AD 1150, Cambridge 2005, p. 48–49, no. 29, ISBN 0-521-84290-5
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