Books about Ptahshepses:

booksAbusir XI: The Architecture of the Mastaba of Ptahshepses by Jaromir Krejci (Dec 1, 2006)

booksThe pottery: The mastaba of Ptahshepses by Peter Charvat (1981)

booksThe Mastaba of Ptahshepses: The Pottery by Petr Charvat (Dec 1, 1981)

booksSecondary Cemetery in the Mastaba of Ptahshepses at Abusir by Eugen Strouhal and Ladislav Bares (Dec 31, 1993)

booksAbusir I The Mastaba of Ptahshepses Vol. I reliefs Vol. II planches by Miroslav Verner (1977)

booksThe mastaba of Ptahshepses (The Excavations of the Czechoslovak Institute of Egyptology at Abusir) by Miroslav Verner (1977)

booksPreliminary report on Czechoslovak excavations in the mastaba of Ptahshepses at Abusir (1976)


Wiki information Ptahshepses:

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Ptahshepses was the vizier and son-in-law of the fifth dynasty king Niuserre. His mastaba complex in Abusir is considered by many to be the most extensive and architecturally unique non-royal tomb of the Old Kingdom. His name honors the god Ptah.

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