Study of the calcite tablet MMA 55.144.1, bearing on each side nine lines of a religious text written in hieroglyphs. It belongs to a Hor-p(a)-‚a son of Djehouty-her, who both held important duties in the clergy of Thot at Hermopolis, probably in the Ptolemaic period. Both are otherwise unknown in the local documentation. The original feature of the inscription, in which are inserted some excerpts from the Book of traversing Eternity, lies in the way the relationship between the deceased and Osiris is treated, by associating closely the tabletís owner to the revival rites of the god during the month of Khoiak.