Amenhotep

(from the article `Ramses IX`) Amenhotep, the high priest, exercised all religious and many governmental functions in Thebes, while Ramses IX remained almost continuously at his ... The burials of King Psusennes I (ruled 1045– 997 ) and his successor, Amenemope (ruled 998– 989 ), were discovered at Tanis, but little is known...
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Amenhotep

[High Priest of Amun] Amenhotep was the High Priest of Amun towards the end of the Twentieth dynasty of Egypt, serving under Ramesses IX, Ramesses X and Ramesses XI. He was also vizier, or great confidant, to his master and was first prophet of Amun-resonther. He was the son of Ramessesnakht, the previous high priest of Amun. During the rei...
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Amenhotep

[Huy] Amenhotep (Huy) was the high steward of Memphis under Amenhotep III in the Egyptian 18th Dynasty. With this title he was one of the highest officials at the royal court. Amenhotep, with the nickname Huy, was a member of an influential family. His father Heby was mayor of Memphis. His brother Ramose was vizier under Amenhotep III. His ...
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Amenhotep

[prince] Amenhotep was an Ancient Egyptian prince during the 18th dynasty, son and (possibly) the designated heir of Amenhotep II. He was a priest of Ptah and is mentioned in an administrative papyrus (now in the British Museum). A stela near the Great Sphynx, showing a priest of Ptah whose name was erased, probably depicts him. It is likel...
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Amenhotep

[treasurer] Amenhotep was an Ancient Egyptian treasurer and royal sealer of the Thirteenth Dynasty (around 1750 BC). The treasurer was one of the most important officials at the royal court. He is mainly known from his burial found next to the White Pyramid of king Amenemhat II at Dahshur. His burial chamber was placed next to the burial ch...
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Amenhotep

[Viceroy of Kush] Amenhotep was an Ancient Egyptian official with the title king`s son of Kush. In this function he was the main administrator of the Nubiaian provinces. Amenhotep was perhaps in office under Thutmosis IV. He appears with his main title in a rock inscription on the island of Sehel. Here he also bears the titles overseer of t...
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