Nakht

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This article is about the Ancient Egyptian official. For the Jewish legal definition of nighttime, see Hebrew calendar#Measurement of hours.
Ancient Egyptian women and men wearing kohl, from the tomb of Nakht in Thebes (15th century BC).

The Ancient Egyptian official Nakht was an 'astronomer' (Astronomer of Amun), scribe, and priest during the reign of Thutmose IV, during the Eighteenth Dynasty.[1] He is buried in the Theban Necropolis, in tomb TT52.[2]

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  1. ^ Baikie, James (1932). Egyptian Antiquities in the Nile Valley. Methuen. 
  2. ^ DAVIES, SIR NORMAN DE GARIS (1917). The Tomb of Nakht at Thebes. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art. 

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