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Amenemope, also Amenemopet, Amenemipet or Amunemopet (ỉmn-m-ỉp3.t, Greek: αμενωφις; “Amun in Luxor”) is an Ancient Egyptian name. Its notable bearers were:
- Pharaoh Amenemope/Amenemopet (died 992 BC), pharaoh 21st dynasty
- Amenemopet (prince), probably a son of Amenhotep II (18th dynasty)
- Amenemipet called Pairy, a vizier dated to the reigns of Amenhotep II and Thutmose IV
- Amenemopet (princess), a daughter of Thutmose IV (18th dynasty)
- Amenemopet, a son of Ramesses II 19th on the lists of princes, see List of children of Ramesses II (19th dynasty)
- Amenemopet (Viceroy of Kush) served as Viceroy of Kush during the reign of Seti I
- Amenemope (author), son of Kanakht, ostensible author of The Instruction of Amenemope, dated to the Ramesside Period
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