They divided the loot into eight parts and were rowed back over the Nile by the boatman.
Paneb, a foreman at Deir el Medina, is described as having killed someone, and the possibly fictional Pediese was attacked and left for dead and members of his family were murdered.
But these excesses of violence do not appear to have been prosecuted let alone punished by the state, even though the authorities were informed.
A herdsman after threatening the priests, received a bull they had bought for five kit (about 45 grammes) of gold.
A scribe, Seti-mose, who overheard their quarrel, blackmailed them and extorted four and a half kit of gold.
The administration was in disarray and salaries rarely paid on time, if at all.