The text stresses that Megegi never wasted time during his life. The small man in front of him is called Amenemhat ("Amun is content"), indicating that the worship of Amun, hitherto almost unknown, had begun to come to the forefront.
Purchased from Mohammed Mohassib in Luxor, 1914.
Winlock, Herbert E. 1915. "The Theban Necropolis in the Middle Kingdom." In American Journal of Semitic Languages, Vol. 32, No. 1 (October), p. 17.