Amenemhet VI

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See Amenemhat, for other individuals with this name.

Seankhibre Ameny Antef Amenemhet VI is listed as eighth king of the Thirteenth Dynasty according to the Turin Canon and appears there with his throne name Seankkibre.[2]

Evidence[edit]

He had the throne name Seankkibre and is known from a few sources. An offering table found at Karnak provides his full titulary. An architrave comes from a private tomb at Heliopolis. The inscription mentions the cemetery of Heliopolis. Some scolars regard his triple name as filiation.[3]

Block with the names of the Thirteenth Dynasty king Seankhibre; found at Heliopolis and once belonging to a private tomb

References[edit]

  1. ^ Flinders Petrie: Scarabs and cylinders with names (1917), available copyright-free here, pl. XVIII
  2. ^ K. Ryholt: The Political situation in Egypt during the Second Intermediate Period, Copenhagen 1997 ISBN 87-7289-421-0, p. 338, file 13/8
  3. ^ Ryholt, op. cit.
Preceded by
Iufni
Pharaoh of Egypt
Thirteenth Dynasty
Succeeded by
Semenkare Nebnuni