The title 'Inspector of the archivists of royal documents' is spelled sehedj (he)r(y) medjaut, literally 'those concerned with royal documents'. Only half a dozen tombs are recorded bearing this title, located more often in Saqqara than Giza, cf. D. Jones, An Index of Egyptian Titles, Epithets and Phrases of the Old Kingdom, vol. II, Basingstoke, 2000. For a discussion on a false door bearing the same title, cf. H. G. Fisher, 'Offerings for an Old Kingdom granary official', Bulletin of the Detroit Institute of Arts, vol. 51, 1972, pp. 69-80.