El-Khokha

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El-Khokha necropolis, Thebes, Egypt
El-Khokha from above.

The necropolis of El-Khokha (Arabic: الخوخه‎) is located on the West Bank at Thebes, Egypt. The necropolis is based around a hill, and has five Old Kingdom tombs and over 50 tombs from the 18th, 19th, and, 20th dynasties as well as some form the first intermediate period and the late period.[1][2]

Tombs[edit]

  • TT172 - Mentiywi Royal Butler, child of the nursery; from the time of Tuthmosis III to Amenhotep II
  • TT173 - Khay Scribe of divine offerings of the gods of Thebes, from the 19th Dynasty
  • TT174 - Ashakhet Priest in front of Mut; from the 20th Dynasty
  • TT175 - Unknown; from the 18th Dynasty
  • TT176 - Userhet, Servant of Amun, clean of hands; from the 18th Dynasty
  • TT177 - Amenemopet, Scribe of Truth in the Ramesseum in the estate of Amun, from the time of Ramesses II
  • TT178 - Kenro, also called Neferrenpet, Scribe of the treasury in the Amun-Ra domain, from the time of Ramesses II
  • TT179 - Nebamon, Scribe, Counter of grain in the granary of divine offerings of Amun, from the time of Hatshepsut
  • TT180 - Unknown; from the 19th Dynasty
  • TT181 - Ipuky and Nebamon, Sculptor of Pharaoh and Head sculptor of Pharaoh resp.; from the Late 18th Dynasty
  • TT182 - Amenemhat, Scribe of the mat, from the time of Tuthmosis III
  • TT183 - Nebsumenu, Chief Steward, Steward in the house of Ramesses II, from the time of Ramesses II
  • TT184 - Nefermenu, Mayor of Thebes, Royal Scribe, from the time of Ramesses II
  • TT185 - Senioker, Treasurer of the God, Hereditary Prince, Divine Chancellor; from the First Intermediate Period
  • TT186 - Ihy, Governor; from the First Intermediate Period
  • TT187 - Pakhihet, wab-priest of Amun; from the 20th Dynasty
  • TT198 - Riya, Head of the magazine of Amun in Karnak; from the Ramesside Period
  • TT199 - Amenarnefru, Overseer of the store-rooms; from the 18th Dynasty
  • TT200 - Dedi Governor of the deserts on the wet of Thebes, Head of the troops of Pharaoh; from the time of Tuthmosis III - Amenhotep II
  • TT201 - Re First herald of the king; from the 18th Dynasty
  • TT202 - Nakhtamun Prophet of Ptah Lord of Thebes, Priest in front of Amun; from the 19th Dynasty
  • TT203 - Wennefer Divine Father of Mut; from the 19th Dynasty, Ramesses II
  • TT204 - Nebanensu Sailor of the high priest of Amun; from the 18th Dynasty
  • TT205 - Tutmosis Royal Butler; from the 18th Dynasty
  • TT206 - Ipuemheb Scribe of the Place of Truth; from the Ramesside Period
  • TT207 - Horemheb Scribe of divine offerings of Amun; from the Ramesside Period
  • TT208 - Roma Divine Father of Amun-Ra; from the Ramesside Period
  • TT209 - Seremhatrekhyt Hereditary Prince, Sole beloved friend; from the Late Period (Saite)
  • TT238 - Neferweben Royal butler clean of hands; from the 18th Dynasty
  • TT245 - Hori Scribe, Overseer of the estate of the great wife of the king; from the 18th Dynasty
  • TT246 - Senenre Scribe ; from the 18th Dynasty
  • TT247 - Samut Scribe, Counter of cattle of Amun; from the 18th Dynasty
  • TT248 - Tutmosis Maker of offerings of Thutmose III; from the 18th Dynasty
  • TT253 - Khnummose ; from the 8th Dynasty, Amenhotep III
  • TT254 - Mose (Amenmose); from the Late 18th Dynasty
  • TT256 - Nebenkemet
  • TT257 - Mahu or Neferhotep
  • TT258 - Menkheper
  • TT264 - Ipiy
  • TT294 - Amenhotep (Usurped by Roma) ; from the time of Amenhotep II
  • TT295 - Paroy, also called Tuhmosis
  • TT296 - Nefersekheru or Pabasa
  • TT362 - Paanemwaset Priest of Amun; from the 19th Dynasty
  • TT363 - Paraemheb Overseer of Singers of Amun; from the 19th Dynasty
  • TT365 - Nefermenu Overseer of Wig-Makers of Amun in Karnak, Scribe of the Treasury of Amun
  • TT369 - Khaemwaset High priest of Ptah, Third priest of Amun; from the 19th Dynasty
  • TT370 - Unknown Royal Scribe; from the Ramesside Period
  • TT371 - Unknown; from the Ramesside Period
  • TT372 - Amenkhau Overseer of Carpenters of the Temple of Ramesses III; from the 20th Dynasty
  • TT373 - Amenmessu Scribe of the Altar of the Lord of the Two Lands
  • TT374 - Amenemopet Treasury Scribe in the Ramesseum
  • TT405 - Khenti Nomarch; from the First Intermediate Period
  • B1 Mehehy Priest of Amun El-Khokha (Location lost); from the Ramesside Period
  • B2 Amenneferu Priest at the fore El-Khokha (Location lost); from the mid Dynasty 18
  • B3 Hauf El-Khokha (Location lost); from the Late Period

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Porter and Moss, Topographical Bibliography: The Theban Necropolis
  2. ^ Theban Tomb List from Digital Egypt (UCL)

Coordinates: 25°43′N 32°29′E / 25.717°N 32.483°E / 25.717; 32.483