List of Theban tombs

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TT3: The tomb of Pashedu

The Theban Necropolis is located on the west bank of the Nile, opposite Luxor, in Egypt. As well as the more famous royal tombs located in the Valley of the Kings and Queens, there are numerous other tombs, more commonly referred to as Tombs of the Nobles, the burial places of some of the powerful courtiers and persons of the ancient city.

There are at least 415 cataloged tombs, designated TT for Theban Tomb. There are other tombs whose position has been lost, or for some other reason do not conform to this classification. Theban tombs tended to have clay Funerary cones placed over the entrance of the tomb chapels. During the New Kingdom they were inscribed with the title and name of the tomb owner, sometimes with short prayers. Of the 400 recorded sets of cones, only about 80 come from cataloged tombs.[1]

TT1–TT100[edit]

Designation Owner Title Location Period
TT1 Sennedjem Servant in the Place of Truth[2] Deir el-Medina Ramesses II, 19th Dynasty
TT2 Khabekhnet Servant in the Place of Truth[2] Deir el-Medina Ramesses II, 19th Dynasty
TT3 Pashedu Servant in the Place of Truth[2] Deir el-Medina Ramesses II, 19th Dynasty
TT4 Qen Sculptor of Amun[2] Deir el-Medina Ramesses II, 19th Dynasty
TT5 Neferabet Servant in the Place of Truth[2] Deir el-Medina Ramesside Period
TT6 Nebnefer or Neferhotep Chief of Workmen[2] Deir el-Medina Horemheb - Ramesses II, 19th Dynasty
TT7 Ramose Scribe in the Place of Truth[2] Deir el-Medina Ramesses II, 19th Dynasty
TT8 Kha Chief of the Great Place[2] Deir el-Medina Amenhotep II, Tuthmosis IV and Amenhotep III
TT9 Amenmose Servant in the Place of Truth[2] Deir el-Medina Ramesside Period
TT10 Kasa / Penbuy Servant in the Place of Truth[2] Deir el-Medina Ramesses II, 19th Dynasty
TT11 Djehuty[3] Overseer of Treasury and of Works[2] Dra' Abu el-Naga' Hatshepsut - Tuthmosis III, 18th Dynasty
TT12 Hery[3] Overseer of the Granary of Queen Ahhotep[2] Dra' Abu el-Naga' Tao II - Amenhotep I, 17th Dynasty - 18th Dynasty
TT13 Shuroy Chief of the Brazier-bearers of Amun[2] Dra' Abu el-Naga' 20th Dynasty
TT14 Huy Priest of Amenhotep, the Image of Amun[2] Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesses II, 19th Dynasty
TT15 Tetiky, son of Rahotep Mayor of Thebes[2] Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ahmose I, 18th Dynasty
TT16 Panehsy Prophet of Amenhotep of the Forecourt[2] Dra' Abu el-Naga' 20th Dynasty
TT17 Nebamun Scribe and Physician of the King[2] Dra' Abu el-Naga' Amenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT18 Baki Chief Weigher of the Gold of Amun[2] Dra' Abu el-Naga' Thutmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT19 Amenmose First Prophet of Amenhotep of the Forecourt[2] Dra' Abu el-Naga' 20th Dynasty
TT20 Montukherkhopshef Mayor of Busiris[2] Dra' Abu el-Naga' Thutmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT21 User Scribe and Steward of Thutmose I[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Thutmose I, 18th Dynasty
TT22 Meryamon / Wah Royal Butler / Eldest of the King[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna[2] 18th Dynasty
TT23 Tjay, also called To Royal Scribe of Dispatches[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Merneptah, 19th Dynasty
TT24 Nebamun Steward of the Royal Wife Nebtu[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Thutmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT25 Amenemheb First Prophet of Khonsu[2] El-Assasif Ramesses II, 19th Dynasty
TT26 Khnumemheb Overseer of the Treasury in the Ramesseum[2] El-Assasif Ramesses II, 19th Dynasty
TT27 Sheshonq Chief Steward of the Princess Ankhnesneferibre[2] El-Assasif 26th Dynasty
TT28 Hori Officer of the Estate of Amun[2] El-Assasif Ramesside Period
TT29 Amenemopet called Pairy Vizier, Governor of Thebes[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Amenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT30 Unknown, usurped by Khonsumose Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Ramesses III, 19th Dynasty
TT31 Khonsu First Prophet of Thutmose III[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Early 20th Dynasty
TT32 Djehutymose Chief Steward of Amun[2] El-Assasif Ramesses II, 19th Dynasty
TT33 Pediamenopet Prophet and Chief Lector Priest[2] El-Assasif 26th Dynasty
TT34 Mentuemhet Fourth Prophet of Amun, Mayor of Thebes[2] El-Assasif 25th Dynasty
TT35 Bakenkhons First Prophet of Amun[2] El-Assasif 20th Dynasty
TT36 Ibi Chief Steward of the "Adorer of the God"[2] El-Assasif 26th Dynasty
TT37 Harwa Chief Steward of the Divine Wife[2] El-Assasif 26th Dynasty
TT38 Djeserkaraseneb Scribe, Counter of the Grain in the Granary of Amun[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmosis IV, 18th Dynasty
TT39 Puimre Second Prophet of Amun[2] El-Khokha Thutmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT40 Amenhotep called Huy Viceroy of Kush[2] Qurnet Murai Tutankhamen, 18th Dynasty
TT41 Amenemopet, also called Ipy Chief Steward of Amun in Thebes[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 19th Dynasty
TT42 Amenmose Captain of Troops, Eye of the King in Retenu[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Thutmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT43 Neferronpet Kitchen-master of the King[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Amenhotep I, 18th Dynasty
TT44 Amenemheb Priest in Front of Amun[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Ramesside Period
TT45 Thiut / Tutemheb Steward of Mey, First Prophet of Amun / Chief Weaver of the Estate of Amun[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Amenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT46 Ramose Steward and Overseer of the Estate of Amun[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Amenhotep III - Akhenaten, 18th Dynasty
TT47 Userhet Overseer of the Royal Harim[2] El-Assasif Amenhotep III, 18th Dynasty
TT48 Amenemhat, also called Surer Chief Steward[2] El-Khokha Amenhotep III, 18th Dynasty
TT49 Neferhotep Chief Scribe of Amun[2] El-Khokha Ay, 18th Dynasty
TT50 Neferhotep Divine Father of Amun-Re[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Horemheb, 18th Dynasty
TT51 Userhat called Neferhabef First Prophet of Thutmose I[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Early 19th Dynasty
TT52 Nakht Scribe, Astronomer of Amun[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Thutmosis IV, 18th Dynasty
TT53 Amenemhat Agent of Amun[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Thutmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT54 Huy / Kenro Sculptor of Amun / Priest of Khonsu[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Thutmosis IV - Amenhotep III, 18th Dynasty
TT55 Ramose Governor of Thebes, Vizier[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Amenhotep III - Akhenaten, 18th Dynasty
TT56 Userhet Royal Scribe, Child of the Royal Nursery[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Amenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT57 Khaemhat Royal Scribe, Overseer of Royal Granaries[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Amenhotep III, 18th Dynasty
TT58 Unknown,[2] usurped by Amenhotep and Amenemonet Overseer of the prophets of Amun and Scribe in the Temple of Ramesses II resp. Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Amenhotep III; usurped 19th or 20th dyn.
TT59 Qen First Prophet of Mut, Lady of Asher[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Thutmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT60 Intefiqer Vizier of Senusret I[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 12th Dynasty
TT61 Useramen, also called User Governor of Thebes, Vizier[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Thutmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT62 Amenemwaskhet Overseer of the Cabinet[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Thutmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT63 Sebekhotep Overseer of the seal[4] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Thutmosis IV, 18th Dynasty
TT64 Hekerneheh Nurse of the Royal Son[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Thutmosis IV, 18th Dynasty
TT65 Imiseba / Nebamon Chief of the Altar / Scribe of the Royal Accounts[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Hatshepsut, 18th Dynasty
TT66 Hepu Vizier[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Thutmosis IV, 18th Dynasty
TT67 Hapuseneb First Prophet of Amun[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Hatshepsut, 18th Dynasty
TT68 Espaneferhor or Penrenkhnum Prophet of Amun[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Ramesside Period
TT69 Menna Scribe of the Fields of the King[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Thutmosis IV - Amenhotep III?, 18th Dynasty
TT70 Amenmose Overseer of Artificers of Amun[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna
TT71 Senenmut (unused) Chief Steward, Steward of Amun[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Hatshepsut, 18th Dynasty
TT72 Re First Prophet of Amun[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Amenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT73 Amenhotep [5] Chief Steward Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Hatshepsut, 18th Dynasty
TT74 Tjanuny Royal Scribe, Commander of Soldiers[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Thutmosis IV, 18th Dynasty
TT75 Amenhotep-si-se Second Prophet of Amun[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Thutmosis IV, 18th Dynasty
TT76 Thenuna Fan-bearer on the Right Side of the King[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Thutmosis IV, 18th Dynasty
TT77 Ptahemhet or Roy Standard-beaer of the King[6] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Thutmosis IV, 18th Dynasty
TT78 Horemheb Superintendent of the Sacred Cattle, Captain of Archers[7] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Thutmose III - Amenhotep III, 18th Dynasty
TT79 Menkheper, also called Menkheperreseneb Scribe of the King's Granaries[7] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Thutmose III - Amenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT80 Tutnefer Prince, Scribe of the Treasury[7] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Amenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT81 Ineni Architect of Thutmose I[7] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Amenhotep I - Tuthmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT82 Amenemhat Scribe of the Grain[7] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT83 Amethu called Ahmose Vizier Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT84 Amunedjeh or Mery Prince, Chief Royal Herald, Steward of the Palace[7] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT85 Amenemheb, also called Mahu Prince, Royal Registrar[7] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmose III - Amenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT86 Menkheperreseneb High Priest of Amun[7] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT87 Minnakhte Superintendent of the Granaries[7] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT88 Pehsukher, also called Thenenu Prince, Royal Registrar, Standard-Bearer of the King[7] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmose III - Amenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT89[8] Amenmose Steward in the Southern City Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Amenhotep III, 18th Dynasty
TT90 Nebamon Captain of Troops of Police on the West of Thebes, Standardbearer of the Royal Barque [9] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmosis IV - Amenhotep III, 18th Dynasty
TT91 Meri Sheikh Abd el-Qurna
TT92 Suemnut Cupbearer of the King [9] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Amenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT93 Kenamon High steward, Royal Steward of Amenhotep II [9] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Amenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT94 Amy, also called Ramose First herald of the king, Fan-bearer on the right of the King [9] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Amenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT95 Mery High Priest of Amun [9] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Amenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT96 Sennefer Mayor of Thebes[7] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Amenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT97 Amenemhat High Priest of Amun [9] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Amenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT98 Kaemheribsen Third Prophet of Amun [9] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmose III - Amenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT99 Senneferi[10] Overseer of Seal Bearers Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT100 Rekhmire Vizier[7] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmose III - Amenhotep II, 18th Dynasty

TT101-TT200[edit]

Designation Owner Title Location Period
TT101 Thanuro Cupbearer of the King Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Amenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT102 Imhotep Royal scribe, child of the nursery Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Amenhotep III, 18th Dynasty
TT103 Dagi Governor of the town and Vizier, Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 11th Dynasty
TT104 Tutnefer Overseer of the Treasury Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Amenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT105 Khaemopet Priest of the noble standard of Amun Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 19th Dynasty
TT106 Paser[11] Vizier, High Priest of Amun Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 19th Dynasty
TT107 Nefersekheru Royal Scribe in the palace at Malkata Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 18th Dynasty
TT108 Nebseni High Priest of Inherit (Onuris) Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmosis IV 18th Dynasty
TT109 Min Mayor of Tjeny (Thinis), Overseer of the prophets of Onuris, Tutor of Amenhotep II Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmosis III 18th Dynasty
TT110 Tutmosis Cupbearer of the King, Herald of the king Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Hatshepsut - Tuthmosis III 18th Dynasty
TT111 Amenwahsu Scribe of God's Writings in the Amun Domain, Leader in the house of Amun, wab-priest of Sekhmet, Festival leader of all the gods in their annual feasts. Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Ramesses II 19th Dynasty
TT112 Menkheperreseneb (later Ashefytemwaset) High priest of Amun (priest of Amun-aashefyt) Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmosis III 18th Dynasty, usurped during the Ramesside period.
TT113 Kynebu Priest in Temple for King Thutmose IV, Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Rameses VIII
TT114 Unknown Head Goldsmith in the Amun Domain Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Ramesside (20th Dynasty)
TT115 Unknown Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Ramesside
TT116 Unknown Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmosis IV to Amenhotep III(?) 18th Dynasty
TT117 usurped by Djemutefankh Draughtsman of Mansion of Gold Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Originally 11th dynasty; usurped during the 21st Dynasty or 22nd Dynasty
TT118 Amenmose Fanbearer on the Right of the King Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Amenhotep III? 18th Dynasty
TT119 Unknown Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Hatshepsut - Tuthmosis III 18th Dynasty
TT120 Anen Second Priest of Amun, Brother of Queen Tiye[12] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Amenhotep III 18th Dynasty
TT121 Ahmose First Lector-priest of Amun Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmosis III 18th Dynasty
TT122 Amenemhat Overseers of the Production Area of Amun Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmosis III 18th Dynasty
TT123 Amenemhat Scribe, Overseer of the granary, Counter of bread Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmosis III 18th Dynasty
TT124 Ray Overseer of the storerooms of Pharaoh, Steward of the good god Tuthmosis I Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmosis I 18th Dynasty
TT125 Duauneheh First Herald, Overseer of the estate of Amun Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Hatshepsut 18th Dynasty
TT126 Hormose Commander-in-chief of Troops of the Amun domain Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Late Period
TT127 Senemiah Royal scribe, Overseer of all that grows Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmosis III 18th Dynasty
TT128 Pathenfy Mayor of Edfu and Thebes Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Late Period, 26th dynasty
TT129 Unknown Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 18th Dynasty
TT130 May Harbour Master in Thebes Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmosis III, 18th Dynasty
TT131 Useramun, called User[13] Vizier of Thutmose III Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmosis III, 18th Dynasty
TT132 Ramose Great scribe of the king, Overseer of the treasuries of Taharqa Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Taharqa
TT133 Neferronpet Chief of the weavers in the Ramesseum Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Ramesses II
TT134 Thauenany, also called Any priest of king Amenhotep who navigates on the sea of Amun Sheikh Abd el-Qurna
TT135 Bakenamon wab-priest at the fore of Amun Sheikh Abd el-Qurna
TT136 Unknown Royal Scribe of the Lord of the Two Lands Sheikh Abd el-Qurna
TT137 Mose head of works of Pharaoh in every monument of Amun Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Ramesses II
TT138 Nedjemger Overseer of the garden in the Ramesseum Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Ramesses II
TT139 Pairi wab-priest in front of Amun, Overseer of peasants of Amun Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Amenhotep III
TT140 Kefia, also called Neferronpet Goldworker, Portrait sculptor Dra' Abu el-Naga' 18th Dynasty
TT141 Bakenkhons wab-priest at the fore of Amun Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesside Period
TT142 Samut Overseer of works of Amun-Ra in Karnak Dra' Abu el-Naga' Tuthmosis III - Amenhotep II
TT143 Unknown Dra' Abu el-Naga'
TT144 Nu Overseer of estate labour Dra' Abu el-Naga' Tuthmosis III
TT145 Nebamon Head of bowmen Dra' Abu el-Naga' 18th Dynasty
TT146 Nebamon Overseer of the granary of Amun, Counter of grain, iny of the God's Wife Dra' Abu el-Naga' Tuthmosis III
TT147[14] Heby / Unknown Scribe who counts the cattle of Amun in Upper and Lower Egypt / Head Elder of the portal in Karnak Dra' Abu el-Naga'
TT148 Amenemopet Priest of Amun [9] Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesses III - Ramesses IV
TT149 Amenmose Royal scribe of the table of the Lord of the Two Lands, Overseer of hunters of Amun[9] Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesside Period
TT150 Userhet Overseer of cattle of Amun [9] Dra' Abu el-Naga' 18th Dynasty
TT151 Hety Scribe, Counter of cattle of the God's Wife of Amun, Steward of the god's wife of Amun [9] Dra' Abu el-Naga' Tuthmosis IV
TT152 Unknown Dra' Abu el-Naga' 18th Dynasty, usurped during the Ramesside Period.
TT153 Unknown Dra' Abu el-Naga' Seti I?
TT154 Tati Cupbearer [9] Dra' Abu el-Naga' 18th Dynasty
TT155 Intef Great herald of the King[9] Dra' Abu el-Naga' 18th Dynasty, Hatshepsut, Tuthmosis III
TT156 Pennesuttawy Captain of troops, Governor of the South Lands [9] Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesses I
TT157 Nebwenenef High priest of Amun [9] Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesses II
TT158 Thonefer Third prophet of Amun [9] Dra' Abu el-Naga' 20th Dynasty
TT159 Raia Fourth priest of Amun[9] Dra' Abu el-Naga' 20th Dynasty
TT160 Besenmut True king's acquaintance [9] Dra' Abu el-Naga' Late Period (Saite)
TT161 Nakht Bearer of floral offerings of Amun[9] Dra' Abu el-Naga' 18th Dynasty, Amenhotep III?
TT162 Kenamon Mayor of Thebes, Overseer of the Granary of Amun [9] Dra' Abu el-Naga' 18th Dynasty, Amenhotep III
TT163 Amenemhat Mayor of Thebes, Royal Scribe [9] Dra' Abu el-Naga' 19th Dynasty
TT164 Intef Scribe of recruits [9] Dra' Abu el-Naga' 18th Dynasty, Tuthmosis III
TT165 Nehemaway Goldsmith [9] Dra' Abu el-Naga' 18th Dynasty, Tuthmosis IV - Amenhotep III
TT166 Ramose Overseer of works in Karnak, Overseer of cattle [9] Dra' Abu el-Naga' Horemheb - Sety I [9]
TT167 Unknown Dra' Abu el-Naga' 18th Dynasty
TT168 Any Divine Father clean of hands, Chosen lector of the lord of the gods [9] Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesses II
TT169 Senena Head goldsmith of Amun [9] Dra' Abu el-Naga' Amenhotep III
TT170 Nebmehyt Scribe of recruits of the Ramesseum in the estate of Amun [9] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Ramesses II
TT171 Unknown Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 18th Dynasty
TT172 Mentiywi Royal Butler, child of the nursery [9] El-Khokha Tuthmosis III - Amenhotep II
TT173 Khay Scribe of divine offerings of the gods of Thebes [9] El-Khokha 19th Dynasty
TT174 Ashakhet[9] Priest in front of Mut[9] El-Khokha 20th Dynasty
TT175 Unknown[6] El-Khokha 18th Dynasty
TT176 Userhet Servant of Amun, clean of hands [9] El-Khokha 18th Dynasty
TT177 Amenemopet Scribe of Truth in the Ramesseum in the estate of Amun[9] El-Khokha Ramesses II
TT178 Kenro, also called Neferrenpet Scribe of the treasury in the Amun-Ra domain El-Khokha Ramesses II
TT179 Nebamon Scribe, Counter of grain in the granary of divine offerings of Amun El-Khokha Hatshepsut
TT180 Unknown El-Khokha 19th Dynasty
TT181 Ipuky and Nebamon Sculptor of Pharaoh and Head sculptor of Pharaoh resp. El-Khokha Late 18th Dynasty
TT182 Amenemhat Scribe of the mat El-Khokha Tuthmosis III
TT183 Nebsumenu Chief Steward, Steward in the house of Ramesses II El-Khokha Ramesses II
TT184 Nefermenu Mayor of Thebes, Royal Scribe El-Khokha Ramesses II
TT185 Senioker[15] Treasurer of the God, Hereditary Prince, Divine Chancellor El-Khokha First Intermediate Period
TT186 Ihy[15] Governor El-Khokha First Intermediate Period
TT187 Pakhihet wab-priest of Amun El-Khokha 20th Dynasty
TT188 Parennefer Royal butler clean of hands, Steward El-Khokha Akhenaten
TT189 Nakhtdjehuty Chief of carpenters and Goldworkers in the Amun domain El-Assasif Ramesses II
TT190 Esbanebded Divine Father, Prophet at the head of the king El-Assasif Late Period
TT191 Wahibrenebpehti Chamberlain of the Divine Adoratrix, Director of the festival El-Assasif Psamtik I
TT192 Kharuef,[16] also called Senaa Steward to the Great Royal Wife Tiye El-Assasif 18th Dynasty
TT193 Ptahemheb Official of the seal in the treasury of the Amun domain El-Assasif
TT194 Tutemheb Overseer of marshland-dwellers in the Amun domain, Scribe in the temple of Amun El-Assasif Ramesses II
TT195 Bakenamon Scribe of the treasure of the Amun domain, El-Assasif
TT196[17] Padihorresnet Chief steward of Amun El-Assasif Late Period
TT197 Padineith Chief steward of the God's Wife of Amun, the Divine Adoratrix Ankhnesneferibre El-Assasif Psamtik II
TT198 Riya Head of the magazine of Amun in Karnak El-Khokha Ramesside Period
TT199 Amenarnefru Overseer of the store-rooms El-Khokha 18th Dynasty
TT200 Dedi Governor of the deserts on the wet of Thebes, Head of the troops of Pharaoh, El-Khokha Tuthmosis III - Amenhotep II

TT201–TT300[edit]

Designation Owner Title Location Period
TT201 Re First herald of the king El-Khokha 18th Dynasty
TT202 Nakhtamun Prophet of Ptah Lord of Thebes, Priest in front of Amun El-Khokha 19th Dynasty
TT203 Wennefer Divine Father of Mut El-Khokha 19th Dynasty, Ramesses II
TT204 Nebanensu Sailor of the high priest of Amun El-Khokha 18th Dynasty
TT205 Tutmosis Royal Butler El-Khokha 18th Dynasty
TT206 Ipuemheb Scribe of the Place of Truth El-Khokha Ramesside Period
TT207 Horemheb Scribe of divine offerings of Amun El-Khokha Ramesside Period
TT208 Roma Divine Father of Amun-Ra El-Khokha Ramesside Period
TT209 Seremhatrekhyt Hereditary Prince, Sole beloved friend El-Khokha Late Period (Saite)
TT210 Raweben Servant in the Place of Truth Deir el-Madinah 19th Dynasty, Ramesses II
TT211 Paneb Servant of Pharaoh in the Place of Truth Deir el-Madinah 19th Dynasty, Ramesses II
TT212 Ramose Scribe of the Place of Truth Deir el-Madinah 19th Dynasty, Ramesses II
TT213 Penamun Servant of Pharaoh in the Place of Truth Deir el-Madinah 19th Dynasty, Ramesses II
TT214 Khawi Custodian in the Place of Truth, Servant of Amun in Luxor Deir el-Madinah 19th Dynasty, Ramesses II
TT215 Amenemopet Royal scribe in the Place of Truth Deir el-Madinah 19th Dynasty, Ramesses II
TT216 Neferhotep Foreman in the Place of the Truth Deir el-Madinah 19th Dynasty, Ramesses II
TT217 Ipuy Sculptor Deir el-Madinah 19th Dynasty, Ramesses II
TT218 Amenakhte and Iymway Servant in the Place of Truth Deir el-Madinah 19th Dynasty, Ramesses II
TT219 Nebenmaat Servant in the Place of Truth Deir el-Madinah 19th Dynasty, Ramesses II
TT220 Khaemteri Servant in the Place of Truth Deir el-Madinah 19th Dynasty, Ramesses II
TT221 Horimin Scribe of troops in the palace of the king on the West of Thebes Qurnet Murai 20th Dynasty, Ramesses III
TT222 Hekammatranakhte, also called Turo High priest of Monthu Qurnet Murai 20th Dynasty
TT223 Karakhamon first ka(?)-priest Qurnet Murai Late Period (Saite)
TT224 Ahmose, also called Humay Overseer of the estate of the God's Wife, Overseer of the double granaries of the God's Wife Ahmose-Nefertary Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 18th Dynasty, Tuthmosis III and Hatshepsut
TT225 Unknown (possibly Amenemhet) First Prophet of Hathor Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 18th Dynasty
TT226 Heqareshu Royal scribe, Overseer of nurses of the king Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 18th Dynasty, Amenhotep III
TT227 Unknown Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 18th Dynasty, Tuthmosis III
TT228 Amenmose Scribe of the Amun treasury Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 18th Dynasty, Tuthmosis III
TT229 Unknown Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 18th Dynasty
TT230 Men Scribe of troops of Pharaoh Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 18th Dynasty
TT231 Nebamun Scribe, Counter of grain of Amun in the granary of divine offerings Dra' Abu el-Naga' 18th Dynasty
TT232 Tharwas Scribe of the divine seal of the Amun treasury Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesside Period
TT233 Saroy (and Amenhotep) Royal Scribe of the offering table of the Lord of the Two Lands, Royal Scribe of the king's repast, Keeper of the royal documents in the presence (of the king), Leader of the Festival, Cattle Counter in the Estate of Amun, Royal Messenger to the hill country, Overseer of the hunters of Amun Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesside Period
TT234 Roy Mayor Dra' Abu el-Naga' 18th Dynasty, Tuthmosis III
TT235 Userhet High priest of Monthu Qurnet Murai 20th Dynasty
TT236 Hornakht Second prophet of Amun, Overseer of the treasury of Amun Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesside Period
TT237 Wennefer chief lector-priest Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesside Period
TT238 Neferweben Royal butler clean of hands El-Khokha 18th Dynasty
TT239 Penhet Overseer for all the Northern Lands Dra' Abu el-Naga' 18th Dynasty
TT240 Meru Overseer of sealers El-Assasif Dynasty 11 Temp Mentuhotep-Nebhepetre
TT241 Ahmose Scribe of divine writings, Child of the nursery, Head of the mysteries in the House of the morning Dra' Abu el-Naga' 18th Dynasty
TT242 Wehibre Chamberlain of the god's wife of Amun Ankhnesneferibre El-Assasif Late Period (Saite)
TT243 Pemu called Pahy mayor of Thebes El-Assasif LAter Period (Saite)
TT244 Pakharu Overseer of carpenters of the Amun domain El-Assasif
TT245 Hori Scribe, Overseer of the estate of the great wife of the king El-Khokha 18th Dynasty
TT246 Senenre Scribe El-Khokha 18th Dynasty
TT247 Samut Scribe, Counter of cattle of Amun El-Khokha 18th Dynasty
TT248 Tutmosis Maker of offerings of Thutmose III El-Khokha 18th Dynasty
TT249 Neferronpet[6] Supplier of dates/cakesin the temple of Amenhotep III Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 18th Dynasty
TT250 Ramose scribe of the Place of Truth Deir el-Madinah
TT251 Amenmose Royal scribe, Overseer of cattle of Amun, Overseer of magazine of Amun Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 18th Dynasty
TT252 Senimen Steward, Nurse of the God's Wife Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 18th Dynasty, Hatshepsut
TT253 Khnummose Scribe, Counter of grain in the granary of Amun El-Khokha 18th Dynasty, Amenhotep III
TT254 Mose (Amenmose) Scribe of the treasury, Custodian of the estate of queen Tiye in the Amun domain El-Khokha Late 18th Dynasty
TT255 Roy Royal Scribe, Steward of the estates of Horemheb and Amun Dra' Abu el-Naga' Late 18th Dynasty
TT256 Nebenkemet Overseer of the cabinet, Fanbearer, Child of the nursery El-Khokha 18th Dynasty Amenhotep II
TT257 Neferhotep (usurped by Mahu) Counter of grain of Amun (Deputy in the Ramesseum) El-Khokha 18th Dynasty Tuthmosis III - Amenhotep III (usurped during the time of Ramesses II)
TT258 Menkheper Child of the nursery, Royal scribe of the house of the royal children El-Khokha 18th Dynasty Tuthmosis IV
TT259 Hori Scribe in all the monuments of the estate of Amun, Head of the outline-draughtsmen in the Gold House of the Amun domain Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Ramesside Period
TT260 User Scribe, Weigher of Amun, overseer of fields of Amun Dra' Abu el-Naga' 18th Dynasty Tuthmosis III
TT261 Khaemwaset wab-priest of king Amenhotep I Dra' Abu el-Naga' 18th Dynasty Tuthmosis III - Amenhotep II
TT262 Unknown overseer of fields Dra' Abu el-Naga' 18th Dynasty
TT263 Piay Scribe in the granary in the Amun domain, Scribe of accounts in the Ramesseum Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 19th Dynasty Ramesses II
TT264 Ipiy Overseer of cattle, Chief of the Lord of the Two Lands El-Khokha 19th Dynasty Ramesses II - Merneptah
TT265 Amenemopet Scribe of the king in the Place of Truth Deir el-Madinah 19th Dynasty Seti I - Ramesses II
TT266 Amenakhte Chief craftsman of the Lord of the Two Lands in the Place of Truth on the west of Thebes Deir el-Madinah 19th Dynasty
TT267 Hay Officer of workmen in the Place of Truth, Fashioner of the images of all the gods in the House of Gold Deir el-Madinah 20th Dynasty
TT268 Nebnakhte Servant in the Place of Truth Deir el-Madinah 19th Dynasty
TT269 Unknown Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Ramesside Period
TT270 Amonemuia wab-priest, lector-priest of Ptah-Sokar Qurnet Murai 19th Dynasty
TT271 Nay Royal scribe Qurnet Murai 18th Dynasty, Ay
TT272 Khaemopet Divine Father of Amun in the west, lector-priest of the Sokar temple Qurnet Murai 20th Dynasty
TT273 Sayemiotf Scribe in the estate of his lord Qurnet Murai Rammeside Period
TT274 Amenwahsu High priest of Monthu of Tod and of Thebes, sem-priest in the Ramesseum in the estate of Amun Qurnet Murai 19th Dynasty Ramesses II - Merneptah
TT275 Sebekmose Head wab-priest, Divine Father in the temples of king Amenhotep III and Sokar Qurnet Murai Ramesside Period
TT276 Amenemopet Overseer of the treasury of gold and silver, Judge, Overseer of the cabinet Qurnet Murai 18th Dynasty, Tuthmosis IV
TT277 Amenemonet Divine father of the temple of king Amenhotep III Qurnet Murai 19th Dynasty
TT278 Amenemheb Herdsman of Amun-Ra Qurnet Murai 20th Dynasty
TT279 Pabasa Chief Steward to the Nitocris I, Divine Adoratrice of Amun El-Assasif Psamtik I
TT280 Intef or Meketre Chief Steward, Chancellor Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Early Middle Kingdom
TT281 Mentuhotep Sankhkare Dra' Abu el-Naga'
TT282 Anhernakht Head of the bowmen, Overseer of the South Lands Dra' Abu el-Naga' 19th Dynasty
TT283 Roma, also called Roy High priest of Amun, Dra' Abu el-Naga' 19th Dynasty, Ramesses II - Merneptah
TT284 Pahemnetjer Scribe of offerings of all gods Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesside Period
TT285 Iny Head of the magazines of Mut Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesside Period
TT286 Niay Scribe of the table Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesside Period
TT287 Pendua wab-priest of Amun, Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesside Period
TT288 Bakenkhons Scribe of divine book of Khons Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesside Period
TT289 Setau Viceroy of Kush, Overseer of the South Lands, Chief Bowman of Kush Dra' Abu el-Naga' 19th Dynasty, Ramesses II
TT290 Irinufer servant in the Place of Truth Deir el-Madinah 19th Dynasty, Ramesses II
TT291 Nakhtmin and Nu servant in the Place of Truth, servant in the Great Place Deir el-Madinah 18th Dynasty, Horemheb
TT292 Pashedu Servant in the Place of Truth Deir el-Madinah 19th Dynasty, Seti I - Ramesses II
TT293 Ramessenakhte High priest of Amun Dra' Abu el-Naga' 20th Dynasty, Ramesses IV
TT294 Amenhotep (Usurped by Roma) Overseer of the granary of Amun El-Khokha Amenhotep III
TT295 Paroy, also called Tuhmosis Head of the secrets in the Chest of Amubis, sem-priest in the Good House, Embalmer El-Khokha Tuthmosis IV - Amenhotep III (?)
TT296 Nefersekheru Scribe of divine offerings of all gods, Officer of the treasury El-Khokha Ramesses II
TT297 Amenemopet, also called Djehutynefer or Thonefer Scribe, Counter of grain of Amun, Overseer of the fields El-Assasif 18th Dynasty
TT298 Baki, Wennefer Foreman in the Place of Truth, Servant of Pharaoh in the Place of Truth Deir el-Madinah Ramesside Period
TT299 Inherkau Foreman in the Place of Truth[18] Deir el-Madinah
TT300 Anhotep Viceroy of Kush Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesses II

TT301–TT400[edit]

Designation Owner Title Location Period
TT301 Hori Scribe of the table of Pharaoh in the Amun domain Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesside Period
TT302 Paraemheb Overseer of the magazine Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesside Period
TT303 Paser Head of the magazine of Amun, Third Prophet of Amun Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesside Period
TT304 Piay Scribe of the offering-table of Amun, Scribe of the Lord of the Two Lands Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesside Period
TT305 Paser wab-priest in front of Amun Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesside Period
TT306 Irdjanen Door-opener of the Amun domain Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesside Period
TT307 Thonefer Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesside Period or Dynasty 21
TT308 Kemsit Sole adornment of the king, Prophetess of Hathor Deir el-Bahri 11th Dynasty Mentuhotep-Nebhepetre
TT309 Unknown Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Ramesside Period
TT310 Unknown Chancellor of the King of Lower Egypt Deir el-Bahri 11th Dynasty
TT311 Kheti Treasurer of the King of Lower Egypt Deir el-Bahri 11th Dynasty Mentuhotep-Nebhepetre
TT312 Nespakashuty Governor of town and Vizier Deir el-Bahri Psamtik I and later
TT313/MMA513 Henenu Great steward Deir el-Bahri 11th Dynasty Mentuhotep-Nebhepetre and Mentuhotep III
TT314 Horhotep Seal-bearer of the King of Lower Egypt Deir el-Bahri 11th Dynasty
TT315 Ipi Governor of the town and Vizier, Judge Deir el-Bahri 11th Dynasty Mentuhotep-Nebhepetre
TT316 Neferhotep Head of the archers Deir el-Bahri early Middle Kingdom
TT317 Tutnefer Scribe of the counting of corn in the granary of divine offerings of Amun Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmosis III (?)
TT318 Amenmose Necropolis-worker of Amun Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmosis III - Hatshepsut
TT319 Queen Nofru (wife of Mentuhotep II) Deir el-Bahri 11th Dynasty
TT320 Deir el-Bahri Cache Various Deir el-Bahri
TT321 Khaemopet servant in the Place of Truth Deir el-Madinah Ramesses II
TT322 Penshenabu Servant in the Place of Truth Deir el-Madinah Ramesses II
TT323 Pashedu Outline-draughtsman in the Place of Truth and in the Temple of Sokar Deir el-Madinah Sethi I
TT324 Hatiay Overseer of all the prophets of all the gods, high priest of Sobek Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Ramesses II
TT325 Smen Deir el-Madinah 18th Dynasty
TT326 Pashedu Foreman Deir el-Madinah (see TT3)
TT327 Turobay Servant in the Place of Truth Deir el-Madinah Ramesses II
TT328 Hay servant in the Place of Truth Deir el-Madinah Ramesside Period
TT329 Mose, Mose and Ipy A family tomb of Servants in the Place of Truth Deir el-Madinah Ramesside Period
TT330 Karo Servant in the Place of Truth Deir el-Madinah Ramesses II
TT331 Penne, also called Sunero High priest of Monthu Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Ramesses II
TT332 Penrenutet Chief watchman of the granary of the Amun domain Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesside Period
TT333 Unknown Dra' Abu el-Naga' Amenhotep III
TT334 Unknown Dra' Abu el-Naga' Amenhotep III
TT335 Nakhtamun servant in the Place of Truth Deir el-Madinah Ramesses II - Merneptah
TT336 Neferronpet servant in the Place of Truth Deir el-Madinah Ramesses II - Merneptah
TT337 Eskhons or Ken Sculptor in the Place of Truth[2] Deir el-Madinah Ramesses II
TT338 May Draughtsman of Amun[2] Deir el-Madinah late 18th Dynasty
TT339 Huy or Pashedu Necropolis-stonemason, Servant in the Place of Truth[2] Deir el-Madinah Ramesside Period
TT340 Amenemhat Servant[2] Deir el-Madinah early-mid 18th Dynasty
TT341 Nakhtamun Chief of the Altar in the Ramesseum[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 19th Dynasty
TT342 Tutmosis First Royal Herald[2] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmosis III
TT343 Benia called Paheqamen Child of the Royal Nursery, Overseer of Works[2][19] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna early 18th Dynasty
TT344 Piay[20] Overseer of the Cattle[2] Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesside Period
TT345 Amenhotep Priest, Eldest King's Son of Thutmose I[21] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 18th Dynasty: Thutmose I
TT346 Amenhotep / Penra Overseer of the Women of the Inner Palace Quarters for the Divine Adoratrix / Chief of the Medjay[21] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Penra's tomb probably dates to the time of Ramesses II. Usurped by Amenhotep during the time of Ramesses IV
TT347 Hori Scribe[21] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Rammeside Period
TT348 Na'amutnakht Door-opener of the Gold House of Amun,[21] Chief gardener of the Ramesseum Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 22nd Dynasty
TT349 Tjay Overseer of Fowlpens[21] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 18th Dynasty
TT350 Unknown Scribe[21] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 18th Dynasty
TT351 Abau Scribe of Cavalry[21] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Ramesside Period
TT352 Unknown Overseer of the Granary of Amun[21] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Ramesside period
TT353 Senenmut[21] High Steward[22] Deir el-Bahri 18th Dynasty
TT354 Unknown[21] Deir el-Madinah 18th Dynasty
TT355 Amenpahapy Servant in the Place of Truth[21] Deir el-Madinah 20th Dynasty
TT356 Amenemwia Servant in the Place of Truth[21] Deir el-Madinah 19th Dynasty
TT357 Tutihermaktuf Servant in the Place of Truth[21] Deir el-Madinah 20th Dynasty
TT358 Ahmose-Meritamen Wife of Amenhotep I Deir el-Bahri 18th Dynasty
TT359 Inherkhau Foreman in the Place of Truth[18] Deir el-Madinah 20th Dynasty
TT360 Qeh Foreman in the Place of Truth[21] Deir el-Madinah 19th Dynasty
TT361 Huy Carpenter in the Place of Truth[21] Deir el-Madinah 19th Dynasty
TT362 Paanemwaset Priest of Amun[21] El-Khokha 19th Dynasty
TT363 Paraemheb Overseer of Singers of Amun[21] El-Khokha 19th Dynasty
TT364 Amenemheb Scribe of the Divine Offerings[21] El-Assasif 19th Dynasty
TT365 Nefermenu Overseer of Wig-Makers of Amun in Karnak, Scribe of the Treasury of Amun[21] El-Khokha 18th Dynasty: Thutmose III
TT366 Djar King's Guard of the Inner Palace[21] El-Assasif 11th Dynasty
TT367 Paser Head of the Bowmen, Child of the Royal Nursery, Companion of His Majesty[21] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 18th Dynasty: Amenhotep II
TT368 Amenhotep, called Huy Overseer of Sculptors of Amun in Thebes[21] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna late 18th Dynasty
TT369 Khaemwaset High priest of Ptah, Third priest of Amun[21] El-Khokha 19th Dynasty
TT370 Unknown Royal Scribe[21] El-Khokha Ramesside
TT371 Unknown[21] El-Khokha Ramesside
TT372 Amenkhau Overseer of Carpenters of the Temple of Ramesses III[21] El-Khokha 20th Dynasty
TT373 Amenmessu Scribe of the Altar of the Lord of the Two Lands[21] El-Khokha Ramesside
TT374 Amenemopet Treasury Scribe in the Ramesseum[21] El-Khokha 19th Dynasty
TT375 Unknown[21] Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesside
TT376 Unknown[21] Dra' Abu el-Naga' 18th Dynasty
TT377 Unknown[21] Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesside
TT378 Unknown[21] Dra' Abu el-Naga' 19th Dynasty
TT379 Unknown[21] Dra' Abu el-Naga' Ramesside
TT380 Ankefenrahorakhty Chief in Thebes[21] Qurnet Murai Ptolemaic Period
TT381 Amenemonet Messenger of the King to Every Land[21] Qurnet Murai Ramesside
TT382 Usermontu First Prophet of Monthu[21] Qurnet Murai Ramesside
TT383 Merymose Viceroy of Kush[21] Qurnet Murai 18th Dynasty
TT384 Nebmehyt Priest of Amun in the Ramesseum[21] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 19th Dynasty
TT385 Hunefer Mayor of Thebes, Overseer of the granary of Divine Offerings of Amun[21] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Ramesside
TT386 Intef Chancellor of the King of Lower Egypt, Overseer of Soldiers[21] El-Assasif Middle Kingdom
TT387 Meryptah Royal Scribe of the Altar of the Lord of the Two Lands,[21] El-Assasif 19th Dynasty: Ramesses II
TT388 Unknown [21] El-Assasif Saite Period
TT389 Basa Chamberlain of Min, Priest, Mayor of Thebes[21] El-Assasif Saite Period
TT390 Irtyrau Female scribe, Chief attendant of the Divine Adoratrice of Amun, Nitocris I[21] South El-Assasif 26th Dynasty: Psamtik I
TT391 Karabasaken Prophet of Khonsemweset-Neferhotep, Fourth prophet of Amun, Mayor of the City[21] South El-Assasif 25th Dynasty
TT392 Unknown Saite Period
TT393 Unknown 18th Dynasty
TT394 Unknown Ramesside Period
TT395 Unknown Ramesside Period
TT396 Unknown 18th Dynasty
TT397 Nakht Priest of Amun, Overseer of the Magazine of Amun, First king's Son of Amun[21] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 18th Dynasty
TT398 Kamose called Nentowaref Child of the Royal Nursery[21] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Probably 18th Dynasty
TT399[3] Unknown[21] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Ramesside Period
TT399A[3] Penrennu[21] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Ramesside Period
TT400 Unknown[21] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna

TT401–TT415[edit]

Designation Owner Title Location Period
TT401 Nebseni Overseer of goldsmiths of Amun[21] Dra' Abu el-Naga' 18th Dynasty: Thutmose III to Amenhotep II
TT402 Unknown[21] Dra' Abu el-Naga' 18th Dynasty: Thutmose IV to Amenhotep III
TT403 Merymaat Temple Scribe[21] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna 18th Dynasty? Ramesside Period?
TT404 Akhamenerau Chief Steward of the Divine Adoratrix Amenirdis I and Shepenupet II[21] El-Assasif 25th Dynasty
TT405 Khenti Nomarch[21] El-Khokha First Intermediate Period
TT406 Piay Scribe of the Altar of the Lord of the Two Lands[21] El-Assasif Ramesside Period
TT407 Bentenduanetjer Chamberlain of the Divine Adoratrix[21] El-Assasif 26th Dynasty (Saite Period)
TT408 Bakenamon Head of Estate-Workers of the Amun domain[21] El-Assasif Ramesside Period
TT409 Samut, also called Kiki Accountant of Cattle of the Amun domain[23] El-Assasif 19th Dynasty: Ramesses II
TT410 Mutirdais Chief follower of the God's Priestess[21] El-Assasif
TT411 Psamtek Unknown[21] El-Assasif
TT412 Kenamon Royal scribe[21] El-Assasif
TT413 Unasankh Overseer of Upper Egypt[21] El-Assasif
TT414 Ankhhor Mayor of Memphis[21] El-Assasif 26th Dynasty
TT415 Amenhotep Chief Physician of Amun[21] El-Assasif

Other tombs[edit]

Unknown location[edit]

Designation Owner Title Location Period
Tomb of Nebamun Nebamun Scribe and counter of grain Possibly Dra' Abu el-Naga'

Dra' Abu el-Naga'[edit]

Designation Owner Title Location Period
ANB Possibly Amenhotep I and Ahmose-Nefertari Dra' Abu el-Naga'

El-Khokha[edit]

Designation Owner Title Location Period
B1 Mehehy Priest of Amun El-Khokha (Location lost) Ramesside Period
B2 Amenneferu Priest at the fore El-Khokha (Location lost) mid Dynasty 18
B3 Hauf El-Khokha (Location lost) Late Period
B4 (TT41)
B4 (TT386)

Sheikh Abd el-Qurna[edit]

Designation Owner Title Location Period
C.1 Amenhotep Overseer of carpenters of Amun Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Amenhotep III
C.2 Amenemhat Noble at the head of the People Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Ahmose I - Amenhotep I
C.3 Amenhotep[24] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna (Location lost)
C.4 Merymaat wab-priest of Maat Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Late Eighteenth dynasty of Egypt
C.5 Unknown Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Late Eighteenth dynasty of Egypt?
C.6 Ipy Overseer of boats in the temple of king Thutmose IV Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmosis IV
C.7 Hormose Head guard of the treasury in the Ramesseum Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Ramesses II
C.8 Nakht[25] Sheikh Abd el-Qurna (Location lost)
C.10 Penrenenu scribe of the offering-table Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Eighteenth dynasty of Egypt
C.11 Nebseny Overseer of goldsmiths of Amun, Overseer of all works silver and gold Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Tuthmosis III
C.12 Mahu Overseer of the gate Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Unknown
C.14 Ankhefenthut called Neferibre-seneb Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Late Period - Saite
C.15 Unknown Overseer of the two houses of gold, Overseer of the two houses of silver Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Eighteenth dynasty of Egypt
Sheikh Abd el-Qurna cache royal princesses King's daughters Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Eighteenth dynasty of Egypt

Qurnet Murai[edit]

Designation Owner Title Location Period
D.1 Nehy Viceroy of Kush, Governor of the South Lands Qurnet Murai Tuthmosis III
D.2 Peterssuemhebsed Qurnet Murai New Kingdom?
D.3 Amenemhab called Mahu Steward of [...] Qurnet Murai Tuthmosis III
D-- Hatiay Overseer of the double granary of the Temple of the Aten Qurnet Murai Amenhotep III - Akhenaten

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