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Kaseph or Kaspeh was the son of Queen Rasut. Thousands of years ago, Rasut gave birth to Kaseph, but he didn't reach his third birthday and as such the child's regent took control, Khetep. The infant was on the throne from his mothers death onwards, but could not have ruled in any meaningful way.[1a]
He was placed in a casket within the Tomb of Queen Rasut which currently resides in the Magnus Museum in Altdorf. His sarcophagus is locked by a khephra amulet, which is hidden in Rasut's burial chamber. Heinrich Johann attempted to retrieve the amulet but it seems to have disappeared before managing to retreive it. All that is left is his personal journal which recounts his journey to reach the tomb and what he discovered within it. Clarissa Lohft was another, less scrupulous, adventurer who was found dead by Johann in the Tomb of Rasut.[1b]