Relief of Princess Khekeret-nebty
Limestone, 20 13/16 x 16 11/16 x 1 3/8 in. (52.8 x 42.4 x 3.5 cm)
Old Kingdom, late V Dynasty, ca. 2415-2350 B.C.E.
Excavated from Abusir, Egypt
Brooklyn #64.148.2, Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund
Photo © Joan Lansberry, May 2008-2016

(from the info card and museum website)
"The column of hieroglyphs to the right of this depiction of Khekeret-nebty identifies her as "the king's daughter of his body, beloved of him." Her name is written above her head. The cartouche (royal oval) in the upper left names her father, King Isesy. The carving lacks details and the surface was never polished, suggesting that the princess may have died before this relief was completed."

Line drawing Abusir VI ( M. Verner and V.G. Callender)

The inscription in sunk relief, in three vertical and one horizontal lines in front and above the figure, reads:

1. "King's daughter of his body, his beloved"...
2. "honoured by the god",
3. "one beloved of Isesi",
4. (kh)krt-nbty. "Khekeretnebty".

"Around the insription traces of the signs originally outlined in black can be seen. Exceptionally one sign (h in hr) was left uncarved, it was only outlined in black paint." Sources: Abusir VI ( M. Verner and V.G. Callender) (Screen captured from this page, because the characters can't be saved to notepad, (which is how I do html).