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Seshemnefer (III)

Seshemnefer was an ancient Egyptian official of the Fifth Dynasty, most likely under king Djedkare Isesi. At the end of his career he became vizier, the highest office in Ancient Egypt, second only to the king. Seshemnefer was born in an influent ...

                                               

Werbauba

Werbauba was an Ancient Egyptian official of the Fifth Dynasty during the reign of pharaoh Sahure. He had the titles of a vizier and was therefore the highest official at the royal court, second only to the king. Werbauba is only known from the r ...

                                               

Djau

Djau was a vizier of Upper Egypt during the 6th dynasty. He was a member of an influential family from Abydos, his mother was the vizier Nebet, his father was called Khui. His two sisters Ankhesenpepi I and Ankhesenpepi II married Pharaoh Pepi I. ...

                                               

Mereruka

Mereruka served during the sixth dynasty of Egypt as one of Egypts most powerful officials at a time when the influence of local state noblemen was increasing in wealth and power. Mereruka held numerous titles along with that of Vizier which made ...

                                               

Meryteti

Meryteti served as vizier of Pepi I during the sixth dynasty of Egypt. He was the son of the vizier Mereruka. His mother was the royal daughter Seshseshet Waatetkhethor, daughter of Teti. He was thus a nephew of the king Pepi I Meryre.

                                               

Ipi (vizier)

Ipi was an Ancient Egyptian vizier of the early Middle Kingdom. His only secure attestation known today his Theban Tomb.The tomb was found in the rocks of Deir el-Bahari overlooking the funerary complex of Mentuhotep II. It consisted of a great c ...

                                               

Kheti (vizier)

Kheti was an Ancient Egyptian vizier of the Twelfth Dynasty under king Amenemhet III, around 1800 BC. Kheti is known from a papyrus fragment dated to year 29 of that king. He is the only vizier who can be specifically dated to the rule of Amenemh ...

                                               

Zamonth

Zamonth is known from a stela, showing him sitting in front of an offering table. The stela is now on display in the Egyptian Museum of Cairo. The mother of Zamonth is a woman called Zatip. A mouth of Nekhen Zamonth with the same mother is known ...

                                               

Nakhtpaaten

Nakhtpaaten seems to have succeeded the Vizier Ramose in office. Ramose was the vizier in Thebes possibly up to the time of the move to Akhetaten, Akhenatens new capital. Ramoses tomb in Thebes was not finished and after the move to the new city ...

                                               

Useramen

Useramen was the son of the vizier Amethu called Ahmose, who served during the reign of Thutmose II and the early years of the combined reigns of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III. His mothers name was Ta-amenthu. Useramen was married to a lady named T ...

                                               

Khenmetptah

Khenmetptah was an Ancient Egyptian kings daughter who lived most likely in the Second Dynasty. She is only known from her stela once placed in her tomb and found at Helwan. On the stela Khenmetptah is shown sitting on a chair in front of an offe ...

                                               

Satkhnum

Satkhnum was an Ancient Egyptian kings daughter who lived most likely in the Second Dynasty. She is only known from her stela once placed in her tomb and found at Helwan. On the stela Satkhnum is shown sitting on a chair in front of an offering t ...

                                               

Nimaathap

Nimaathap was an Ancient Egyptian queen consort at the transition time from 2nd dynasty to 3rd dynasty. Nimaathap may have acted as regent for her son Djoser. It is known that she enjoyed a long funerary cult.

                                               

Nefertkau II

Nefertkau II was an Ancient Egyptian noble lady, the wife of Prince Khufukhaf I, son of pharaoh Khufu. Nefertkau and Khufukhaf had several children including two sons named Wetka and Iuenka, and an unnamed daughter. Both sons Wetka and Iuenka app ...

                                               

Princess Khentkaus

Khentkaus was an Ancient Egyptian princess. She lived during the 4th and 5th Dynasty. Her parents are unknown but since she bore the title "Kings daughter of his body" her father is likely to have been a king, possibly Pharaoh Khafra. His son Men ...

                                               

Bunefer

Bunefer was an Ancient Egyptian queen from the 4th or 5th dynasty. It is not known which king she was married to. Bunefer was buried in tomb G 8408 in the Central Field of the Giza Necropolis.

                                               

Khenut

Khenut was the Queen of Egypt, the wife of King Unas. She lived during the time of the Fifth dynasty of Egypt. She was a suspected mother of Queen Iput I.

                                               

Nebet (queen)

Nebet was an Egyptian Queen, the wife of King Unas. She lived during the time of the Fifth dynasty of Egypt. She is held the mother of the Crown Prince Unas-ankh, though this fact is disputed. In addition to Unas Anch, Nebet may also be the mothe ...

                                               

Intef (general)

Intef was an Ancient Egyptian general of the 11th Dynasty, around 2000 BC, under king Mentuhotep II. His main title was overseer of troops often translated as general. Other titles include royal sealer and sole friend. Intef is mainly known from ...

                                               

Meru (overseer of sealers)

Meru was an Ancient Egyptian official under king Mentuhotep II in the Eleventh Dynasty, around 2000 BC. Meru was overseer of sealers at the royal court and therefore one of the highest state officials. Meru is mainly known from his Theban tomb TT ...

                                               

Neferukayet

Neferukayet was an ancient Egyptian princess and queen of the Eleventh Dynasty. Her name is only known from her steward Rediukhnums stela, which was found in Dendera. She is possibly identical with the mother of Intef III, whose name was Neferu. ...

                                               

Ameny (general)

Ameny was an Ancient Egyptian official of the Twelfth Dynasty, most likely in office under king Amenemhat II. Ameny was great overseer of the troops and is mainly known from a series of stelae (Paris, Louvre C 35, Cairo CG 20546, London, British ...

                                               

Hor (high steward)

Hor was an Ancient Egyptian official who was in office under Senusret I, around 1950 BC. Hor is known from a number of monuments, most of them found at Abydos, where he most likely had a chapel. He is also known from a stela found in the Wadi el- ...

                                               

Nakht (high steward)

Nakht was an Ancient Egyptian official living around 1950 BC under king Senusret I in the Twelfth Dynasty. His main title was high steward. As high steward he was responsible for the domains providing the palace and the royal residence with food ...

                                               

Sehetepebreankh-nedjem

Sehetepebreankh-nedjem was an Ancient Egyptian official with the titles royal sealer, foremost of action, Sem-priest and Great one of the leaders of craftsmen. The latter title is that of the High Priest of Ptah. The god Ptah was the deity of art ...

                                               

Princess Khamerernebty

Khamerernebty A was a daughter of King Nyuserre Ini of Ancient Egypt from the 5th dynasty. She was married to Ptahshepses. Her name means Appearance of the beloved of the Two Ladies.

                                               

Neferitatjenen

Neferitatjanen was the wife of the 12th Dynasty Egyptian king, Amenemhat I and mother of Senwosret I. Her relationships were recorded on a statuette of her son. She wore the title "kings mother" MWt-niswt Specific dates of birth, marriage and dea ...

                                               

Aabeni

Aabeni was an Ancient Egyptian official with the title high steward. He was therefore one of the most important officials at the royal court, in the Thirteenth Dynasty, around 1750 BC. Aabeni is known from a number of monuments, the most importan ...

                                               

Ameny (high steward)

Ameny was an Ancient Egyptian official of the 13th Dynasty with the title high steward. In this function he was the main administrator of the royal estates. Ameny is known from several stelae, a statue and from scarabs. Amenys father was a certai ...

                                               

Nebankh

Nebankh was the son of the steward Sobekhotep. His mother is named Hapyu. His brother Dedusobek was the father of queen Nubkhaes. Nebankh began his career as an acquaintance of kings and is attested in this position when king Neferhotep I, along ...

                                               

Hornakht (17th Dynasty)

Hornakht was an Ancient Egyptian official living at the end of the Second Intermediate Period. His title was royal acquaintance access. He is known in Egyptology because his burial was found undisturbed. It was discovered on 21 December 1862 by L ...

                                               

Minemhat

Minemhat was the mayor of Koptos during the 17th Dynasty. Minemhat appears in three sources making him one of the best attested private individuals of the period and attesting that he was a highly influential person.

                                               

Teti, Son of Minhotep

Teti, Son of Minhotep, was an Egyptian official in Coptos during the reign of Pharaoh Nubkheperre Intef of the Seventeenth Dynasty of Egypt. His only clear attestation is in the Coptos Decree, which deprives him of his office and its stipend for ...

                                               

Haankhes

Haankhes was an ancient Egyptian queen consort of the 17th dynasty, likely a wife of Pharaoh Sekhemre-Heruhirmaat Intef. It is known only from a Stela of her son Prince class. The stele was found at Koptos, he could be a native of Dendera, one ha ...

                                               

Sobekemsaf (queen)

Sobekemsaf was an ancient Egyptian queen of the 17th Dynasty. She was the wife of pharaoh Nubkheperre Intef and sister of an unidentified pharaoh, probably Sekhemre-Heruhirmaat Intef, Sobekemsaf II or Senakhtenre Ahmose. The name "Sobek protects ...

                                               

Amenhotep (high steward)

Amenhotep was an Ancient Egyptian high steward in office during the reign of Queen Hatshepsut. He is mainly known from his tomb and from a series of rock-cut inscriptions in the Aswan region. From both sources it is clear that he was responsible ...

                                               

Khaemhat

Khaemhat, also called Mahu was an Ancient Egyptian high official in charge under king Amenhotep III. Khaemhat was royal scribe and overseer of the double granary of Upper and Lower Egypt and was therefore responsible for the grain and food supply ...

                                               

Minmose (overseer of granaries)

Minmose was an Ancient Egyptian official under the ruling queen Hatshepsut. He was the overseer of the double granary. He is shown in the queens mortuary temple at Deir el Bahari in a scene depicting the transport of two obelisks. and was therefo ...

                                               

Ramose (18th Dynasty)

Ramose was an Ancient Egyptian general, mainly known from his tomb excavated at Saqqara. Ramose appears in the inscriptions of his tomb with several titles, including Generals of the army, General of the Lord of the Two Lands, deputy of the army ...

                                               

Senimen

Senimen was an Ancient Egyptian official who lived at the beginning of the 18th Dynasty and who was tutor of the kings daughter Neferure. The latter had an exceptionally high status under the ruling queen Hatshepsut. Senimen known from several so ...

                                               

Sennefer

The Ancient Egyptian noble Sennefer was "Mayor of the City" and "Overseer of the Granaries and Fields, Gardens and Cattle of Amun" during the reign of Amenhotep II of the 18th dynasty. Being a favourite of the king he accumulated great wealth. He ...

                                               

Mahu (official)

Mahu was an Ancient Egyptian official who was in office under king Ramses II. He is mainly known from his monumental tomb excavated at Saqqara. A blunder to hold several important titles. He was the Royal scribe, peers Ptah, overseer of the grana ...

                                               

Ptahemwia

Ptahemwia was an Ancient Egyptian official who lived under king Ramses II in the 19th Dynasty, around 1250 BC. Ptahemwia had several names, providing evidence of their position mainly in the Ramesseum, the mortuary temple of Ramses II. They inclu ...

                                               

Euthydemus II

Euthydemus II Greek: Εὐθύδημος Β΄ was Graeco-Bactrian king, the son of Demetrius I of Bactria, he became king in the 180s BCE, either after his fathers death or as a sub-king to him. The style and rare nickel alloys of his coins associates him cl ...

                                               

Lysias Anicetus

According to numismatist Bopearachchi, Lysias was a close successor to Menander I and Zoilos I, and therefore may have ruled around 130–120 BCE. R. C. Senior suggests a similar date. Bopearachchi suggests that Lisiem the territory in the areas Pa ...

                                               

Strato I

Strato I, was an Indo-Greek king who was the son of the Indo-Greek queen Agathokleia, who presumably acted as his regent during his early years after Stratos father, another Indo-Greek king, was killed.

                                               

Thraso

Thraso, latinized as Thrason, was an Indo-Greek king in Central and Western Punjab, unknown until the 1982 discovery of one of his coins by R. C. Senior in the Surana hoard. The coin is in a style similar to those of Menander I, has the same type ...

                                               

Wuwei Chanyu

Wuwei was a chanyu of the Xiongnu Empire. Wuwei succeeded his father Yizhixie in 114 BC and died in 105 BC. He was succeeded by his son, Er Chanyu.

                                               

Yizhixie

Yizhixie was the brother of Junchen Chanyu and his successor to the Xiongnu throne. Yizhixie ruled during a time of conflict with the southern Han dynasty under the military expansionist, Emperor Wu of Han.

                                               

Isabelle Mambingo

Isabelle Mireille Mambingo is a Cameroonian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for AS Green City and the Cameroon womens national team.

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