Neferkare Pepiseneb may have been an eighth dynasty king of ancient Egypt during the First Intermediate Period. His name is attested on the Abydos King List, and he is the first king since ntyiqrt (who may be either Nitocris or Netjerkare) to appear on the Turin Canon of Kings, which gives him the epithet, Shery, or The Younger. - Ancient Egyptian Cartouche
Intricate animal and flower tattoos found on Egyptian mummy. The mummy's tattoos include two seated baboons depicted between a wadjet eye (top row), a symbol of protection [Credit: Anne Austin] The newly reported tattoos are the first on a mummy from dynastic Egypt to show actual objects, among them lotus blossoms on the mummy’s hips, cows on her arm and baboons on her neck. Just a few other ancient Egyptian mummies sport tattoos, and those are merely patterns of dots or dashes.
The skeleton of the previously unknown pharaoh Woseribre Senebkay lays on a table. The king’s body was originally mummified, but robbers ripped the body apart. Surrounding the skeleton (from left to right) are Matt Olson, Graduate Student, NELC Department, University of Pennsylvania; Alexander Wegner; and Paul Verhelst, Graduate Student, NELC Department, University of Pennsylvania [Credit: Jennifer Wegner/Penn Museum]