Psherenptah   - in ancient sources @

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  Psherenptah 3   III - high priest of Memphis, 76-41 B.C.
76/31a Psherenptah is appointed high priest of Memphis, and presides at
43/22 57, the epitaph of the musician Kheredankh, daughter of Psherenptah.
42/3a Inscr_2, the epitaph of Tayimhotep, the wife of Psherenptah.
41/18 Inscr_3, the epitaph of the priest Psherenptah.
33/6a THI_4, the epitaph of Berenice, daughter of Psherenptah.
AET_4.13   the High Priest of Memphis, Psherenptah to be my Prophet." And
AET_5.4   of the high priest Pa-Ptahpi Psherenptah son of Pedubast The high
AET_5.5   goddess, prophet, Chief-of-Artificers Psen-Ptah, born to the

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