This represents the only chapel of the monument, measuring 1.0m wide, 1.6m in depth and 1.5m in height. At the rear is a false door which includes, over the central opening, a panel surmounted by a roller. Again there are no inscriptions (see cm-59).
• The wall situated to the left (see cm-60) includes a legal text, the declaration of a testamentary decree, engraved in rather rough hieroglyphs. It mentions someone called Neferhotep and his descendants as persons in charge of the funeral cult which includes the reversion of the offerings from mastaba G5170 of the vizier Sechemnefer III, specifying that no one can modify these arrangements. It would seem that this text was destined to be longer.
The text : "The royal wab-priest, priest of Menkaure, overseer of the Ka-priests, Penmeru. He says: 'as for what concerns (my) brother of (my) funerary estate, Neferhotep, and those who will be born to him by father or mother, they are the Ka-priest of (my) funeral estate, for the invocatory offerings in the tomb of (my) funerary estate which is the necropolis of Akhet-Khufu, as they bring the reversionary offerings of my lord, the vizier Seshemnefer (III). Him (product) of 1 khat field [that I gave to him] as well as to his children. I have not empowered any persons to have authority over it, nor to any (of my) children to have authority". It seems that the following last two lines have been added as a codicil after the marriage of Penmeru to Merytites: "I have not given power to any son (of mine) nor any descendent (of mine) to have authority. He should give 5 pieces of this land to serve as the invocation offering of the king’s acquaintance, Merytites.".
The Mastaba (G2196) of Iasen