Neferherenptah, called Fifi, was a purification priest and prophet of the mortuary cults of the kings Khafre and Menkaure. He was thus of considerable influence in Giza, where he was buried in his own Mastaba.
His tomb contained statues, rather simple in character of himself, of his wife, ‘the Royal Acquaintance’ Sat-Meret; his son Tesen, a butcher in the palace slaughterhouse; and his daughter Meretites.
Old Kingdom, 5th to 6th Dynasty, around 2345 BC. Painted limestone, found in situ in serdab of G 8412, Giza. Now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo. JE 87806