Granite pyramidion from a small pyramid built above the tomb of Neferronpet, a High Priest of Memphis and vizier of Ramesses II. The object is inscribed on four sides with sunk hieroglyphs in three columns. One side indicates that the pyramidion/tomb was made by his son Bakenptah. Two corners were damaged by fire in 1941. Notes by Professor Kenneth Kitchen: "Neferronpet's mother, Qafriati, bears a foreign name, of not-wholly-clear origin...I find two possibilities: Gofrit, 'Brimstone' (a fiery lady?); Gafrit, 'female heart' (relying on an Arabic cognate of Hebrew Oper).
Translation of text by Professor Kenneth Kitchen of the University of Liverpool:
Side 1: The Osiris, Noble in charge of the Two Lands, Prefect and Vizier, Neferronpet, born of the lady of the house, Qafriati, and son of the dignitary Neferronpet, justified.
Side 2: The Osiris, High Priest (of Ptah), and sem-priest, Neferronpet, justified; his daughter, Inuhayet, justified; and his daughter, Taweret-khati.
Side 3: Unveil your face, see the Lord of the Horizon, O Prefect and Vizier, Neferronpet! (And) his daughter, Musician of the Lady of the Sycamore, Res(et); his daughter, Henutmeter, justified.
Side 4: Made by his son, who perpetuates his name, the God's Father of Ptah, Bakenptah, son of the Prefect and Vizier, Neferronpet, and born of Mutpipu.