|Theban Tomb TT39|
|Burial site of Puimre|
|Location||El-Khokha, Theban Necropolis|
|Discovery Date||18th dynasty|
The Theban Tomb TT39 is located in El-Khokha, part of the Theban Necropolis, on the west bank of the Nile, opposite to Luxor. It is the burial place of the Ancient Egyptian official, Puimre (Puyemre).
Puimre (also written as Puyemre) was second prophet of Amun. He would have served under the High Priest of Amun Hapuseneb. Puimre lived during the reigns of Hatshepsut and Tuthmose III. Puiemre was the son of Puia and Lady Nefer-iah. Puiemre had two wives: Tanefert and Sensonb. His wife Sensonb was the daughter of the High Priest of Amun Hapuseneb and his wife Amenhotep. Sensonb served in the temple of Amun as a Divine Adoratrix.
|Puiemre in hieroglyphs|
Pwj m Rˁ
The portico of the tomb contains 8 stela, six of which contain autobiographical texts. The hallway is decorated with scenes depicting gardens, workshops of the temple of Amun and agricultural scenes. Further scenes in the hall include a banquet and the recording of produce from Nubia for the treasury of Amun. A son offers a bouquet to Puiemre and his wife Senseneb, while in another scene Puiemre is accompanied by his wife Tanefert while inspecting produce. In yet another scene Puiemre and Senseneb are shown inspecting other items including geese, fish, etc. 
In the south chapel sons and daughters are shown offering new years gifts with his wife depicted Senseneb on one wall and his wife Tanefert depicted on the other. The north chapel contains funeral scenes and further funeral scenes. The central chapel includes scenes showing a son before Puiemre. Priestesses of Hathor are shown offering menats and emblems of the goddess to Puimre.
- "Tomb of Puimre (TT39 ) to be restored by Mexican Team". Retrieved 2008-04-20.
- Porter and Moss, Topographical Bibliography: The Theban Necropolis
- O'Connor, David and Cline, Eric H. Thutmose III: A New Biography University of Michigan Press. 2006 ISBN 978-0472114672.
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