- See Amenemhat, for other individuals with this name.
|Reign||uncertain duration (Thirteenth Dynasty of Egypt)|
|Successor||Semenkare Nebnuni (Ryholt)|
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.
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- Flinders Petrie: Scarabs and cylinders with names (1917), available copyright-free here, pl. XVIII
- K. Ryholt: The Political situation in Egypt during the Second Intermediate Period, Copenhagen 1997 ISBN 87-7289-421-0, p. 338, file 13/8
- Ryholt, op. cit.
|Pharaoh of Egypt