Amenhotep

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Amenophis in hieroglyphs
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Amenhotep / Imenhetep
(Imen hotep)
Ỉmn-ḥtp
Amun is pleased

Amenhotep (Ỉmn-ḥtp; “Amun is pleased”) was an ancient Egyptian name. Its Greek version is Amenophis (Ἀμένωφις). Its notable bearers were:

Pharaohs of the 18th dynasty[edit]

Princes[edit]

  • Amenhotep, a son of Sobekhotep IV (13th dynasty), named on a box (now in Cairo)
  • Amenhotep, a son of Amenhotep II (18th dynasty)
  • Amenhotep (18th dynasty), his mummy was found in QV82 along with that of a certain Minemhat; his familial relationships are unknown
  • Amenhotep, a son of Ramesses II (19th dynasty), 14th on the list of princes

Nobles[edit]

Other[edit]