Tomb of Paser (found in 1981)
Paser was Overseer of Builders of the Pharaoh and came of a well-known Memphite family. His brother Tjunery (or Tjel), whose tomb was probably situated close by, was Overseer of Works on all the monuments of the King and Chief Lector-priest. In the latter function, Tjunery was responsible for the cult of the deified rulers. This motivated him to represent a proper king list in his tomb, one of the few similar documents from Ancient Egypt. The list was taken from the tomb in the 19th century and is now in the Cairo Museum. The last king mentioned is Ramesses II (1290-1224 B.C.) and this provides a rough date for the two brothers Paser and Tjunery.