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Following his failure with Paneb, Neferhotep and his wife Webkhet turned their affection to a young male slave in their household named Hesunebef. In the innermost room of the chapel of Neferhotep's tomb the young boy is depicted at the side of his master's chair feeding a pet monkey. In the main hall of the chapel, which was presumably decorated later, the now adult Hesunebef is named as a workman. This change of status from slave boy to free royal workman was undoubtedly due to the influence of his master Neferhotep.
1295 BC) control of the left side of the gang was held by Pashed and Baki; these two men do not appear to have been related to each other, and it is not clear which of them held office first. The office of foreman was then acquired by Kaha, a son of a chief carpenter and possibly son-in-law of Baki. His family managed to hold on to the post of foreman with minor interruptions until the end of the Twentieth Dynasty. The post of foreman on the right side was already hereditary in one family when our records begin.
The workmen were also allocated the services of female slaves who belonged to the central government. These women were attached to the sides of the gang and their task was to grind into flour the grain supplied to the community by the authorities. Each family was allowed a certain number of days free service, but this right was not always taken up as it could be sold to other members of the community; for example, we read of 'the day when the mistress gave her day of servant to the workman Any'.