The Papyrus Chester Beatty 3 also known as The Dream Book was a Papyrus discovered at Dier el-Medina owned at one time by Qenherkhepeshef. It then passed onto his wife's second husband Khaemnun and then to Qenherkhepeshef's son Amennakht who both added their names onto the document. On the front of the document, the book is written with one column describing a dream and the other the meaning of the dream, some of the text can be read below:
If a man should see himself in a dream:
Submerging in a river. Good, this means purification from all evils.
Eating crocodile. Good, this means acting as an official amongst his people.
Burying an Old Man. Good, this mean flourishment.
Seeing his face in a mirror. Bad, this means another wife.
Shod with white sandals. Bad, this means roaming the earth.
Copulating with a woman. Bad, this means mourning.
His bed catching fire. Bad, this means driving his wife away. 
Seeing his penis erect. Bad, this means victory for his enemies.
On the back of the document there is a letter to the vizier Panehsy by Qenherkhepeshef written during the reign of Merenptah which reads:
The Scribe Qenherkhepshef of the Great Tomb of Baenre beloved of Amun, Son of the sun-god: Merenptah satisfied with Truth in the Estate of Amun, greets his lord, the Standard-bearer on the King's Right Hand, the Lord Vizier of Upper and Lower Egypt, Panehsy. In life, prosperity, health!
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Oakes, L & Gahlin, L. (2005) Ancient Egypt: An illustrated reference to the myths,, religions, pyramids and temples of the land of the Pharaohs London: Hermes House. ISBN 1843094290
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 Papyrus Chester Beatty 3, British Museum Online Database, Papyrus Chester Beatty 3, Accessed 17th August 2012