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Es:Horunnefer identifies the figure on the left edge of thumb|Hyrgonaphor?? as "Un-n-nefer (Hor-unnefer ?)". However I see no reason not to read the hieroglyphic caption as Wn-Nfr (Onnophris), and the fact that the figure is dressed as Osiris seems to support this interpretation. I suppose the cartouche might be suspicious. I wonder if this interpretation has occured in an ourside source, or if it is just a Wikipedian theory. --Iustinus 03:37, 24 Iunii 2010 (UTC)[reply]

Actually, come to think of it, it even says "Osiris" right before "Onnophris." This has got to be the invention of some user. --Iustinus 04:29, 24 Iunii 2010 (UTC)[reply]
Is Osiris "wn-nfr". --JMCC1 18:14, 18 Augusti 2011 (UTC)[reply]
Not sure if that's a question or a statement, and hence not sure what you mean. But my point, for what it's worth, deals with the phrase "A la izquierda Un-n-nefer (Hor-unnefer ?) es:Horunnefer" in the description of the image: what I'm saying is I see no reason to identify that figure with Hyrgonaphor: it's clearly just Osiris Onnophris. --Iustinus 21:08, 21 Ianuarii 2012 (UTC)[reply]