It is not impossible that this false door was one of two from the same unknown tomb as mentioned below, or belonging to a relative with the same name and hereditary title. Cf. an almost identical stele of the Inspector of the Scribes of the Treasury, Djaty, in the Musée d'Art et d'Histoire, Geneva, no. 23479, which was previously in Munzen und Medaillen, Auktion 46, 28 April 1972, no. 19; exhibited and published in 1978, M. Maspero, Egyptian and Greek Art, Wildenstein Art Center, Houston, Texas, no. 103; and E. Porter and R.L.B. Moss, J. Málek (ed.), Topographical Bibliography, Oxford, 8.3, 803-012-702.
The funerary stele, depicting the funerary banquet, was also a magical door through which the deceased could pass to participate in the funerary offerings "because the spirit can open that which is closed".