This stela depicts the royal scribe Senu adoring the god Osiris, ruler of the underworld. Below, Senu's son, the lector priest Pawahy, is depicted twice. Once standing and pouring a libation; once kneeling and reciting the funerary prayer inscribed in front of him. A second stela belonging to Senu is displayed in the same gallery (12.182.39).
Above the seated god wp-wA.wt-Sma.w sxm xn.tj-jmn.tjw nTr aA HqA D.t The southern Wepwawet, the powerful, foremost of the westerners, the great god, ruler of eternity. Above Senu Dd mdw (jn) zXA.w-nswt Snw Xnm=k m sx.tj-Htp(.w) Wsjr nb r-sTA.w Words spoken (by) the royal scribe, Senu: May you unite with the two Fields of Offerings, Osiris lord of Rosetau. Between the two figures prr.t nb.t Hr wdH.w n Wsjr n kA n wHm nswt tp.j snw (May) all that goes forth on the offering table of Osiris be for the ka of the chief royal herald, Senu Bottom (1) Dd mdw (jn) Xr.j-H(A)b.t pA-wAH.j (2) Wsjr zXA.w-nswt snw (3) ab(.w)=k mj Hr.w snTr(4)=k mj stX xrw.y=k Xr Tb.w=k (5) xft.jw=k xr(.w) (6) nn-wn=sn Words spoken (by) the lector priest Pawahy: Osiris, the royal scribe, Senu Your purification is like (that of) Horus, Your incense is like (that of) Seth, Your enemy is under your sandals, Your opponents have fallen, and no (longer) exist. Next to the two figures Xr.j-H(A)b.t pA-wAH.j zA=f xa The lector priest Pawahy (and) his son Kha. Allon 2016