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Painmu and father It

Basalt stela of It (left) and his son Painmu (right) from Memphis.

Dynasty 26th Dynasty
Titles God's Father
Sem Priest
Father Padiaset
Issue Painmu
Burial Unknown

It (transliteration: ỉt) dates to the Twenty-sixth Dynasty during the Late Period and is known to have been the father of a man called Painmu mentioned on a stela in the Gallatin Private Collection.[1] He probably resided in Memphis and is attested with the priestly titles God's Father (ỉt-nṯr) and Sem Priest (sm). It's father is also named as a certain Padiaset.[2]


  1. Fischer 1967.
  2. Tiribilli 2018, p. 125.


  • Fischer, H.G., 1967: The Gallatin Egyptian Collection. The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin. New Series. Vol 25. No. 7.
  • Tiribilli, E., 2018: New Documents of the Renep-Priest of the Delta Horemheb Son of Ankhpakhered. Egitto e Vicino Oriente, Vol. 41
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