Tomb of Raia (found in 1981)
Like Paser's tomb, the small chapel of Raia was found in 1981. Raia was Chief of Singers in the temple of the Memphite town-god, Ptah. There is a possibility that he is identical to a musician depicted on a stela from Abydos in Upper-Egypt (now in Liverpool). In that case, he will have made a pilgrimage to that sacred city of the god Osiris. Otherwise, Raia and his wife Mutemwia are unknown from other monuments. Since his chapel was built right against the south exterior wall of Paser, he may have been a relative of the Tjunery family.