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Painmu
pAW25mw
pꜢ-ỉn-mw
Painmu and father It

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

Dynasty 26th Dynasty
Titles Renep-priest
Father It
Issue It
Burial Unknown

Painmu (transliteration: pꜢ-ỉn-mw) dates to the Twenty-sixth Dynasty during the Late Period and is known to have been the son of a man called It mentioned on a stela in the Gallatin Private Collection.[1] He probably resided in Memphis and is attested with the title Renep-priest.[2] Painmu's son is also said to be named It.

References[]

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

Bibliography[]

  • 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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