Qenna was the name of a merchant in Ancient Egypt. Qenna's tomb contained the Papyrus of Qenna, a part of the Book of the Dead.
The papyrus is in the collection of the Royal Museum of Antiquities in Leiden, and is about 50 ft long. The papyrus includes spell 151 which refers to embalming.
- ^ a b Wallis Budge, translator. The Book of the Dead, English translation published 1901, Google Books edition
- ^ E. A. Wallis Budge, Book of the Dead, Kessinger Publishing, 2003, p 217 Google Books
- ^ Jan Assmann, Death and salvation in ancient Egypt, Cornell University Press, 2005, p 432 n 53 Google Books