القائمة الكاملة لمقابر طيبة List of Theban Tombs
القائمة الكاملة لمقابر طيبة
List of Theban Tombs
Thebes was an important city in Ancient Egypt. The hills and cliffs of the west bank are honeycombed with tombs. Some of these tombs are being excavated to this day and much new information is still being learned from these tombs. The list given below leans very heavily on the work of Porter and Moss. Their publication (through the Griffith Institute) is the basis for a significant part of the information given below.
Some new information that has come to light due to excavations in recent years (for as far as I am aware of it) has been added. Where appropriate links have been given to outside sources which describe the tombs
Dra Abu-el-Naga: TT 11-20, 24, 140-169, 231-234, 236-237, 239, 255, 260-262, 282-289, 293, 300-307, 332-334, 344, 375-379, 393-396, 401-402
Sheikh ab-del-Gurna: TT 21-23,30,31,38,41-46,50-139,170,171,224-230,249,251,252,259,263,269,280,309,317,318,331,341-351, 367,368,384,385,391,397-400,403
Asasif: TT 25-29,32-37,47,189-197,240,242-244,279,297,364,366,386-390,404,406-415
Qurnet Murrai: TT 40,221-223,235,270-278,380-383
Khokha: TT 39,48,49,172-188,198-209,238,241,245-248,253,254,256-258,264,294-296,362,363,365,369-374,405.
For a bibliography for each of the tombs please consult: Tomb of Nobles Page at the Theban Mapping Project Page. This page has a lot of information. The transliteration of the names comes from that source and more information can be found there.
TT 1-10: mainly painted underground chambers in Deir el-Medina1. Sennedjem, Servant in the place of Truth (= royal craftsman), temp. Rameses II
Father: Khabekhnet; Wife: Iyneferti; Sons: Khons, Khabeknet (TT2), Bunakhtef, Ramose.Also buried in the tomb are Sennedjem's son Khonsu, Khonsu's wife Tamakhet, other children of Sennedjem named Parahotep, Taashen, Ramose and Isis. As well as a young girl named Hathor.
2. Khabekhnet, Servant in the place of Truth (= royal craftsman), temp. Rameses IIParents: Sennedjem (TT1) and Iyneferti; Wife: Sahti and probably Isis. Other people mentioned in the tomb: Khons (brother) , Penbuy (TT10), Ramose (TT7), and Kaha (TT360). http://www.osirisnet.net/tombes/artisans/khabe/e_khabe.htm
3. Pashedu, servant in the place of Truth (= royal craftsman), temp. Rameses II
Parents: Menna and Huy; Wife: Nedjmet-behdet. Also owner of TT 326
4. Qen, Servant in the place of Truth (= royal craftsman), temp. Rameses II
Parents: Thonufer (Chiseller of Amun in the Khenu) and Maetnefert; Wives: Nefertari and Henutmehyt. Children: Meryre (son of Nefertari). Also mentioned in the tomb are Paser (TT106) and Ramose (TT7) Qen is also the owner of TT337 (usurped in the 21st or 22nd dynasty)
5. Nefer'abet, Servant in the place of Truth (= royal craftsman), Ramesside6. Neferhotep and son Nebnefer, both Foremen in the place of Truth, temp. Horemheb to Rameses II
Name sometimes written as Neferabu.
Parents: Neferronpet amd Mahi. Wife: Taesi (Ta-Isis). Sons Nezemger and Neferronpet are mentioned in the tomb.
Wife of Neferhotep: Iymau; Wife of Nebnefer: Iy.
7. Ramose, Scribe in the place of Truth (= royal craftsman), temp. Rameses II
Parents: Amenemhab and Kakaia; Wife: Mutemwia. Son: Kenhirkhopshef.
8. Kha, Chief in the Great Place, temp. Amenhotep II, Tuthmosis IV, Amenhotep III
Wife: Meryt. Sons: Nakht and Userhet (wab priest of the Queen mother Mutnofret, ka-servant of the statue of princess Sitamen). The tomb of Kha and Meryt was discovered intact by Schiaparelli in 1906. The contents of the tomb are now in the Turin Museum (Italy).
9. Amenmose, servant in the place of Truth (= royal craftsman), Charmer of Scorpions, Ramesside. (Probably after Ramesses III)
10. Penbuy and Kasa, both servant in the place of Truth (= royal craftsman), temp. Rameses II
For Penbuy: Father: Iri; Wife: Amentetusert and Irnufer; Brother: Penshen-abu For Kasa: Wife: Bukhanef.
Also mentioned in the tomb are Paser (TT106) and Ramose (TT7)
TT 11-40911. Djehuty, Overseer of the treasury, temp Hatshepsut - Tuthmosis III
Mother: Dediu In 2003 a sarcophagus of a woman was discovered buried in the tombs courtyard. It is not known who she is. Djehhuty was overseer of the treasury and overseer of the works for Hatshepsut. He lived on into Tuthmosis III's reign. Both pharaohs are represented in the tomb.
12. Hery Overseer of the granary of the king's wife and king's mother Ahhotep, Temp. Ahmose - Amenhotep I (?) Excavated in 2003. Mother: Ahmose. Son: Ahmose (another son and three daughters are shown)
13. Shuroy, head of bearers of altars of Amun, Sety II
Brazier carrier of Amen. His wife was named Our(t)-Nefret (Weret-Nefret)
14. Huy, wab-priest of Amenhotep I, the favorite of Amun, Ramesses II
15. Tetiky, King's son, mayor in the Southern City, early Dynasty 18: Ahmose- Amenhotep I
Parents: Rahotep (Overseer of the Harem of the Lake - i.e. Fayum) and Sensonb; Wife: Senbi.
16. Panehesy, priest of Amenhotep I ("Amenhotep of the Forecourt"),Chief of the Attendants of the Offering table. Temp. Rameses II Wife(?): Tarennu, Chantress of Amun Brother: Pahesi, Attendant of the offering table.
Individuals mentioned: The wab-priest Prehotep and his wife Tadjati; The donkey-loader Suti; the herdsman Qen-sankh; the fowlkeeper Khay; Nebsumenu - Steward of the City Thebes; Wab-priest in front of Amun Amenemopet; God’s Father of Amun Paser.
17. Nebamun, scribe and doctor of the king,temp. Amenhotep II
Parents: Nebseny (Judge) and Amenhotep (?). Wife: Ta .. nefer.
18. Baki, Chief servant who weighs the silver and gold of the estate of Amun, Temp. Tuthmosis III or earlier.
Father: a scribe of counting of cattle of Queen Ahmose-Nefertari. Wife: Mose
19. Amenmose, high priest of Amenhotep of the Forecourt (Amenhotep I), Ramesses I - Sety I (Ramesses II?).
Wife: Iuy, Chantress of Amun(-Re in Karnak), Chief of the Harem of Amenhotep I
Sons: Baknayu, wab-priest and Lector of Amenhotep I, and Panefernekhu (performs opening of the Mouth)
Other people mentioned:
Panekhuemniut, Lector of the prophet Amenmose
The chantress Hatshepset, her daughter Kasa, and the chantress Amenmikui.
There is a Kinglist in this tomb: Nebhepetre, Ahmose I, Amenhotep I, Akheperkare(T1), Akheperenre(T2), Menkheperre(T3), Akheprure(A2), Menkheprure(T4), Nebmare(A3), Djoserkheprure Setepenre (Horemheb), Menpehtyre (R1), Menmare(S1)
21. User, Scribe, Steward of king Thutmose I, Temp.Tuthmosis I
22. Wah, cupbearer of the king (Royal Butler), Temp. Tuthmosis III(?)
Partly usurped by Meryamun, eldest son of the king and his wife Hatshepsut.
23. Tjay called To, secretary of the king for royal correspondence, Temp. Merenptah
Parents: Khaemteri (Scribe of the Soldiers) and Tamy. Wives: Raya (Chief of the Harem of Sobek) and Nebettaui.
24. Nebamun, steward of the king's wife Nebtu, Temp. Tuthmosis III
Parents: Tetires and Ipu; Wife: Resti.
25. Amenemheb, high priest of Khons, Ramesside (Ramesses II - second half of reign)
Wife: Tausert (Chief of the Harem of Khons)
26. Khnumemheb, overseer of the treasury of the Ramesseum in the estate of Amun, Temp. Ramesses II
Wife: Mery-Isis. In the tomb A man named Huy and his wife Iryiry are shown.
27. Sheshonq, high steward of the divine adoratrix Anknesneferibre, Temp. Apries and Amasis.
Parents: Harsiesi (Chamberlain of the divine adoratrix) and Tahibet.
There is mention in the tomb of a son named Harsiesi, chamberlain of the divine adoratrix, Head of the secrets of the God's Wife Nitocris in the House of Purification.
28. Hori, Amun temple official, Ramesside
29. Amenemipet called Pairy, Governor of the Town, Vizier, Temp. Amenhotep II. (Also owner of tomb 48 in the King's Valley)
Parents: Ahmose-Humay (TT224) and Nub; Wife: Weretmaetef; Son: Paser.
His brother Sennefer (TT96) and his wife Sentnay are shown in the tom (the passage).
30. Khonsmose, Amun treasury official, Ramesside (Possibly Ramesses III)
Usurped from an official dating possibly to the time of Amenhotep III.
31. Khons(u) called Ta, high priest of king Thutmose III, Temp. Ramesses II
Parents: Neferhotep (High Priest of Amenhotep II) and Tausert (Songstress of Monthu);
Wives: Ruia and Mutia (May? Mayiay?) chantresses of Montu.
Grandfather of Khonsu?: Nebneshyt, standard bearer of the great regiment of Nebmaatre.
Brothers: Nay, Montuhotep. Sister: Tentiunyt - marrried to Raia (lector priests of Montu);
Daughters: Iament, Wiay, Tjesy ; Sons: Huy (prophet of Montu), Khaemwaset (son by wife May), Usermontu (son by wife Raia?) High Priest of Sobek
Khonsu was also director of the lifestock of Menkheperure (Tuthmosis IV), and later promoted to First Prophet of Montu, Lord of Tod (djerty).
Khons's sister Tentiunet and her husband had two sons named Nebamun and Usermontu and a daughter named Maaynuy.
32. Thutmose, High steward of the Amun temple, Overseer of the Granaries of Upper and Lower Egypt, Temp. Ramesses II.
Titles: Real King’s Scribe, High Steward and Superintendent of the Granaries of Amun, Real envoy to all foreign countries, First Stablemaster of His Majesty.
Son of Amenmose, Mayor of Esna and Superintendent of the Fields of the Lord of the Two Lands and of Henutwedjeb, Chantress of Nebtu.
His wife was Isis, Chantress of Amun.
Brother: Tia, Mayor of Esna, married to Toemwadjset.
33. Padiamenipet (Petamenofi?), chief lector priest, Late Period (Saite) temple-tomb
Mother: Namenkhesi (Sistrum-player of Amun); Wife: Tedi
34. Montuemhat, 4th Prophet of Amun, Mayor of Thebes, Governor of Upper Egypt, Late Period temple-tomb Temp. Taharqa and Psamtik I
Parents: Esptah (Prophet of Amun, Mayor of the City) and Esenkhebi.
Wives: Wadjerenes (Sistrum player of Amun-Re) daughter of Har a son of Piankhi, Eskhons, and Shepetenmut.
Son: Probably Pasherenmut (Prophet of Amun in Thebes and Prophet of Harpocrates)
Montuemhat held considerable power and influence and practicaly controlled Thebes as Mayor - through this position much of Upper Egypt was also in his power.Montjuemhat was an important builder of temples at Thebes - here he built structures for himself and King Taharqa.
Also mentioned in the tomb are: Pesdimen (Sacristan in the estate of Mut, head of the followers), Akiu (Hereditary Prince, Chancellor, Sole beloved Friend, Great Royal Aquaintance) and Irhepiaut (Head Bowman of the cavalry, Head of the stable of the Lord of the Two Lands)
35. Bekenkhons, High priest of Amun, Temp. Ramesses II.
Titles: God’s Father, Superintendent of the Prophets of Amun-Re, Chief of Secrets in heaven, earth and the netherworld. Was 2nd and 3rd prophet of Amun as well. Chief of the seers of Re in Thebes, High Priest of Ptah.
Parents: Roma (First and Second Prophet of Amun) and Roma (Singer of Amun). Or from another source: son of 2PA Roma and Ipuy.
Wife: Mertseger, Chief of the Harim of Amun.
Bakenkhonsu mentions being the son of a second prophet of Amun. Kitchen mentions that Bakenkhons was the son of the 2nd priest of Amun Roma and the father of the future High Priest of Amun Roma-Roy. Wilkinson however states that Roma-Roy was a younger brother of Bakenkhons. Bekenkhons and Meretseger are parents of the Mayor of Thebes Paser, Mayor of Thebes Amenmose, and the 3PA Tjanefer.
Parents: Ankh-hor (Divine Father) and De-ubasteiri; Wife: Shepenernute.
Sons: Pedehor[resnet] and Pedepeneferenirtef.
Nitocris and Shepenwepet are mentioned in the tomb.
37. Harwa, Chief Steward of the God's Wife Amenardis I. Saite Period. (25th dyn)
Parents: Pedemut (Scribe) and Estaweret (or Nesatureret). A son called Padimaat is mentioned at least twice in the tomb.Ceramic evidence shows that this tomb was reused in Ptolemaic times.
An Italian team, lead by Dr. Tiradritti, has excavated the tomb of Harwa. They have worked on the tomb from 1995 - present. http://www.harwa.it/eng/index.htm
Quote from the Italian researchers: "The data from the excavation indicates that Harwa was, not only a dignitary holding huge powers, but the actual ruler of the whole of southern Egypt, ruling on behalf of the pharaohs of the 25th Dynasty. This conclusion is supported by a limestone shabty (funerary statuette), discovered in 1997 into the tomb, showing Harwa holding in his hands the crook and the flail, that is to say, the regalia, the characteristic emblems of the pharaonic royalty."
38. Djeserkaraseneb, Scribe, Counter of grain in the granary of the divine offerings of Amun, Temp. Tuthmosis IV
Wife: Wadjrenpet, son: Iri-nakht
Steward of the Household of Amenhotep-sase - TT75 - who himself was the Second Priest of Amun during the reign of Tuthmosis IV
39. Puyemra, second prophet of Amun, Temp. Hatshepsut
Parents: Puia and Nefer-iah. Wives: Tanefert and Sensonb. His wife Sensonb was the daughter of the High Priest of Amun Hapuseneb and his wife Amenhotep.
40. Amenhotep Huy, King's son of Kush, Governor of the South Lands, Temp. Akhenaten -Tutankhamen
Mother: Wenher. Wife: Taemwadjsy. Son: Paser.
There is reference to a Temple named "Satisfying the Gods" in Nubia. Huy is shown being greeted there by Khay, High Priest of Nebkehperure (Tutankhamen), Penne, Deputy of the fortress of Nebkheperure (Tutankhamen), Huy, the Mayor, and Mermose, (his brother) the second prophet of Nebkheperure. Taemwadjsy was Chief of the Harem of Nebkheperure (Chief of the female attendants of the temple) at this temple.
41. Amenemopet called Ipy, Amun temple high steward, Temp. Ramesses I - Sety I (Ramesses II)
Titles: Superintendent of the Granary of the North and the South, Superintendent of the prophets of Min and Isis, Majordomo of the God’s Wife.
Wife: Nodjemet, Chantress of Amun, born of the Chantress of Amun Maya.
Parents: Dignitary Nefertiu and Aniy, Chantress of Amun, Mut and of Khons.
42. Amenmose, Captain of troops, Eyes of the King in the Two Lands of the Retenu, Temp Tuthmosis III - Amenhotep II
43. Neferrenpet, Overseer of kitchen (stores?) of Pharaoh, Temp. Amenhotep II (?)
44. Amenemhab, wab-priest in front of Amun, Ramesside (20th dynasty?)
Father: Hori (wab-priest of Amun); Wife: Isumut; Son: A-amun (married to lady named Hathor)
45. Djehuty, Steward of high priest of Amun Mery, Temp: Amenhotep II
Usurped by Thutemhab Chief of the Linen-makers of Amun. Time of Ramesses II
Son of Wenennufer, Chief of the Linen-makers of Amun and Isis, Chantress of Amun.
Wife: Bak(et)khons, Chantress of Amun.
Sons: Panakhtenope, Treasury-scribe of the estate of Amun; Userhatnakht, Scribe of fine linen of the estate of Amun.; Wenennufer; Pennesutawy
Daughters: Tyemhab, Nakhtmut, Henuttawy, Wernofret, Istnofret. All the women seem to be Chantress of Amun
The daughter Nakhtmut was married to the priest of Khons Wesekhnemtet and had a daughter named Irnofrumut and a son Khonsnima called Suti who was a priest of Khons.
Three more grand-daughters are mentioned: Akhmut, Isis and Dinimut. They may be daughters of Istnofret.
Tomb 45 on osiris.net
46. Ramose, Steward of the Mansion of the Aten, Fanbearer at the right of the King, Overseer of the granaries of Upper and Lower Egypt, Temp. Amenhotep III - Akhenaten (?)47. Userhat, Overseer of private rooms of the king, Temp. Amenhotep III
Wife: Nefertkha; Daughter: Tiy.
Parents: Neh (Judge) and Senenu. Wife: Maiay.
48. Amenemhat called Surero, High steward, at the head of the king, overseer of the cattle of Amun, Temp. Amenhotep III.
Parents: Ith-taui (Overseer of the cattle of Amun) and Mut-Tuy (Royal Concubine)
49. Neferhotep, Chief scribe of Amun, Probably temp. Aye
Parents: Neby (Servant of Amun) and Iuy; Wife: Merytre.
Merytre is shown in a garden receiving rewards from the Queen in the royal harem.
50. Neferhotep, Priest ('god's father') of Amun-Ra, Temp. Horemheb51. Userhet called Neferhabef, High priest of king's ka for king Thutmose I, Temp. Rameses I - SetyI
Parents: Amenemonet (Divine Father of Amun) and Takhat (Chief of the harem of Amun).
In the tomb we see Maya, the Overseer of the treasury as fan-bearer, followed by the governors of Upper and Lower Egypt before Horemheb. Neferhotep and Parennufer (Divine father of Amun) are congratulated by father. (In year 3 of Horemheb).
Parents: Khonsuemhab and Tausert (according to the Griffith Institute);
Wife: Hatshepsut, named Shepset Mother-in-law(?): Henuttaui.
In the tomb ancestors Imhotep, Vizier, Hepusoneb and Khensemhab adore Monthu.
52. Nakht, Astronomer of Amun, Scribe of the Granaries, Temp. Tuthmosis IV ?
Wife: Tawy, chantress of Amun.
53. Amenemhat, Agent of Amun , Temp. Tuthmosis III
Parents: Yotenufer (Agent of Amun) and Teti-em-nuter; Wife: Sebeknakht.
54. Huy, Amun temple sculptor, Temp. Tuthmosis IV - Amenhotep III (?)
Wife of huy: Taenheruensi.
Tomb taken over later by Kenro, Head of the magazines of Khons, Ramesside (early 19th dyn). Wife of Kenro: Tarenenu (Chief of the harem of Amun).
55. Ramose, Governor of the Town and Vizier, Amenhotep III - Akhenaten
Parents: Neby (Overseer of the cattle of Amun in the Northern district) and Ipuya.
Wife: Meryet-Ptah Brother: Amenhotep (married to May, and the father of Meryet-Ptah).
56. Userhet, Child of the nursery, Royal scribe, Overseer and scribe of the cattle of Amun, deputy herald, Temp. Amenhotep II
Wife: Mutneferet (royal ornament)
57. Khaemhet called Mahu, Royal Scribe, Overseer of the Granaries of Upper and Lower Egypt, Temp. Amenhotep IIIWife: Tiyi. The inscriptions mention the custodian Suemmerenhor, the royal scribe Imhotep (at least twice), and the scribe Mahu.http://www.touregypt.net/featurestories/khaemhatt.htm
58. original owner name unknown, temp. Amenhotep III;
Usurped by Amenhotep, Overseer of the prophets of Amun and his son Amenemonet, temple scribe of the temple of Ramesses 'Beloved like Amun', Ramesside (Dyn 20) Wife of Amenemonet: Henutanensu. Kitchen dates the tomb to the time of Ramesses II?
59. Qen, High priest of Mut lady of Asheru, early Dynasty 18 (Tuthmosis III)
Parents: [..]n (Overseer of the granary) and Tuiu (Royal ornament); Wife: Meryt.
60. Antefoker, Governor of the town and Vizier, and his mother Sent, Senusert I (dyn 12)
Mother of Sent: Dui; Wife of Antefoker: Sitsisobek.
61. User,Governor of the town and Vizier, Temp. Tuthmosis III
Parents: Amenthu (TT83) and Ta-amenthu; Wife: Tuiu; Daughter: Ahmose (3 more daughters and a son).
62. Amenemwaskhet, Overseer of the Cabinet, Temp. Tuthmosis III (?)63.Sobekhotep, mayor of Fayum, Temp. Tuthmosis IV
Father: Min (Overseer of the Seal - i.e treasurer?) Wife: Meryt (Nurse of the King's daughter Tia, Chief of the Harem of Sobek of Shedty); Son: Paser.
64.Heqaerneheh, Tutor of the king's son Amenhotep (the future Amenhotep III), Temp. Tuthmosis IV
Father: Hekreshu (Tutor of the King's Son) In the tomb we see Amenemhat (Son of Tuthmosis IV), Queen Mutemwia (mother of Amenhotep III)
65. Nebamun, Scribe of the royal accounts (?) in the Presence, Overseer of the granary, Temp. Hatshepsut (?)
Tomb taken over later by Imyseba, overseer of temple scribes in Amun domain, Temp. Ramesses IX
Parents: Amenhotep (Head of the scribes of the temple of Amen-Re in Karnak) and Mutemmeres; Wife: Te(n)tapersetha.
66. Hepu, Governor of the town and Vizier, Temp. Tuthmosis IV Wife: Rennai
67. Hepusoneb, High priest of Amun, Temp. Hatshepsut
Parents: Hepu (third lector of Amun) and Ahhotep (Royal concubine); Wife: Amenhotep. Brother: Sa-Amun; Sister: Ahmose; Sons: Djehutjmes-machet, User-pekht, Aa-cheper-ka-ra-nefer; Daughters: Henut, Henut-nefert, Sen-seneb, Ta-em-resefu http://www.maat-ka-ra.de/english/personen/hapuseneb/hapuseneb.htm
68. [Per?]-enkhnum, wab-priest of Amun of Karnak and of Mut of Asher, Ramesside (dyn 20);
Tomb taken over later by Espaneferhor, overseer of temple scribes in Amun domain, temp. Siamun
Father: Iufenamun; Wife: Tabekenmut.
69. Menna, scribe of fields of Pharaoh (records and collects tax on grains), Temp. Tuthmosis IV or Amenhotep III
Wife: Henuttawy The image of Menna (Menena) has been erased?
70. original owner name unknown;
Tomb taken over later by Amenmose, overseer of sandal-makers (?) in Amun domain, Dyn. 21 Father: Suawiamun; Wife: Kefenu.
71. Senenmut, Chief steward, Steward of Amun, Overseer of the Royal works. Temp. Hatshepsut
Also owner of TT353 Parents: Ramose and Hatnefert; Grand-Mother: Sit-Djehuty (mother of Hatnefert. Brothers: Amenemhet (Priest of the Barque of Amun), Min-hotep (Priest of Amun), Pairi (Overseer of the Cattle); Sister(s): Ah-hotep, Nofret-hor The royal Tutor Senimen was long thought to be a brother of Senenmut, but that seems to be based on an erroneous reading of the inscriptions. http://www.maat-ka-ra.de/english/personen/senenmut/senenmut.htm
72. Ra(y), high priest of Amun in temple for cult of king Thutmose III, Temp. Amenhotep II
Parents: Ahmose (First Prophet of Amun) and Rey (royal concubine) Brothers: Amenhotep (First Lector Priest of Amun), Senres (First Prophet), and Menkheperreseneb (First Prophet ) Ray held several high positions. He was First Prophet (High Priets) of Amun and of Menkheperre in Henqet-ankh, the mortuary temple of Thutmose III , of the goddess Hathor who Resides in Henqet-ankh , of Amun in Djeser-set, the small 18th Dynasty temple at Medinet Habu , of Amun in Djeser-akhet, the temple of Thutmose III at Deir el-Bahari , of Amun in Men-iset, the mortuary temple of Amenhotep I and Ahmes-Nefertari at Gurna. And he was Overseer of the Mansion of Gold of the Estate of Amun (probably the gold workshops of the temple of Amun-Ra at Karnak). http://www.cofc.edu/~piccione/t2p2/brochure.html
73. Amenhotep, overseer of works on the two great obelisks in the temple of Amun, Chief steward, Veteran of the King. Temp. Hatshepsut
74. Tjenuny, General, Temp. Tuthmosis IV
Wife: Mutiry (Songstress of Toth and Nehemawat)
75. Amenhotep-Sise, second priest of Amun, Temp. Tuthmosis IV
Mother: Pa'a; Wife: Roy
76. Tjenuna, fan-bearer on the right of the king, Temp. Tuthmosis IV
77. Ptahemhat, Child of the Nursery, Overseer of works in the Amun domain, Standard-bearer of the Lord of the Two Lands.
Wife of Ptahemhat: Meryt.
Usurped by Roy, Overseer of the sculptors of the Lord of the Two Lands, Temp. Tuthmosis IV.
Wife of Roy: Rahuy.
78. Horemheb, Scribe of recruits, Temp. Tuthmosis III - Amenhotep III (long service!)79. Menkheper(raseneb), Overseer of the granary, wab-priest in the mortuary temple of Tuthmosis III, Temp. Tuthmosis III - Amenhotep II
Tutor of Princess Amenmipet. Master of the Horse. Mother: Isis; Wife: Atuia; Son: Pewah. http://www.osirisnet.net/tombes/nobles/horem/e_horem.htm
Father: Minnakht (TT87); Son: Nebenmaet (Temple-scribe in the mortuary temple of Tuthmosis III)
80. Thutnefer (Djehutynefer), Overseer of the treasury, Royal Scribe, Temp. Amenhotep II (also owner of TT104)
Wife: Takhat. Daughter: Nefertari.
81. Ineni, Overseer of the granary in the Amun domain, Temp. Amenhotep I - Tuthmosis III
Parents : Ineni and Sit-Djehuty; Wife: Ahhotep called Thuiu; Brother: Paheri.
82. Amenemhat, Scribe,Accountant of grain of Amun, Steward of the Vizier, Temp. Tuthmosis III
Parents: Thutmose (Overseer of the Lands) and Antef; Wife: Beketamen, who is also his niece.
Paternal grandparents: Kemy (Kay) - director of the newly acquired fields, elder of the Hayt- and Antef.
Maternal grandparents: Antef and Ahhotep. Sister: Ahmes (mother of Baket-amen); Brother: Amenmose.
Sons: Amenemwaskhet, Amenhotep (sem-priest), Amenemhet (sem-priest) and Useramen (sem-priest).
Tomb of Amenemhat on Osiris.net
83. Amenthu called Ahmose, Governor of Town and Vizier, Temp. Tuthmosis III
Wife: Ta-amethu. Sons: Neferweben (Vizier), User (Vizier - TT61 and 131), Amenhotep (Overseer of the Magazine of Amun - TT122), Akheperkare (Priest of Monthu - mentioned in TT122), Amenmose (?) (Scribe in the treasury of Amen).
Grand-children: Rekhmire (Vizier), son of Neferweben , Merymaet (Second Prophet of Amun), son of Amenhotep.
84. Amunedjeh, First herald of the king, Overseer of the gate Temp. Tuthmosis III
Parents: Sidjehuty (Judge) and Resi; Wife: Henutnefert; Brother: Khaemwaset.
Partially usurped by Mery (TT95), Temp. Amenhotep II
85. Amenemheb called Mahu , Commander of soldiers, Temp. Tuthmosis III - Amenhotep II
Wife: Baki (Chief royal nurse); Mother : Tetires
86. Menkheperraseneb, High priest of Amun, Temp. Tuthmosis III
High Priest of Amun, Superintendent of the Gold and silver treasuries, Chief of the Overseers of Craftsmen
Parents: Amenemhet and Taonet (King's nurse)
87. Minnakht, Overseer of the granaries of Upper and Lower Egypt, Overseer of horses of the Lord of the Two Lands, Royal scribe. Temp. Tuthmosis III Father: Sendjehuty; Son: Menkheper (TT79) (Overseer of the granary, wab-priest in the mortuary temple of Tuthmosis III); Grand-son: Nebenmaet.
88. Pehsukher called Tjenenu, Lieutenant of the King, Standard-bearer of Pharaoh, Temp. Tuthmosis III - Amenhotep II Wife: Neit (Chief Royal nurse, Governess of the god); Sons: Amenhotep and Amenmose.
89. Amenmose, steward in the Southern City, Temp. Amenhotep III
"King's Steward in Thebes" (Luxor). http://www.rom.on.ca/neac/thebantomb.html
90. Nebamun, captain of troops of police on the west of Thebes, Standardbearer of the Royal Barque. Temp Tuthmosis IV - Amenhotep III
Wives: Sensenbut and Tiy; Son: Khaemwaset; Daughters: Segerttaui (Royal concubine), Weret and Iuy
91. name unknown, captain of troops, overseer of cavalry, Temp. Tuthmosis IV - Amenhotep III
92. Suemniut, Cupbearer of the king, Temp. Amenhotep II
Parents: Iamnufer (Mayor of Nefrusi) and Meryt (Songstress of Toth); Wife: Kat.
93. Qenamun, High steward, Royal Steward of Amenhotep II, Temp. Amenhotep II
Qenamun's mother was the nurse of Amenhotep II. He may have been brought up with the future king.
94. Ramose called Amy, First herald of the king, Fan-bearer on the right of the King, Temp Amenhotep II (?)
95. Mery, high priest of Amun, Temp Amenhotep II
Parents: Nebpehtire (First prophet of Min of Koptos) and Hunayt (Chief nurse of the Lord of the Two Lands).; Wife: Dey Mery later usurped TT84 During the course of clearing this tomb the SCA found a mummified leg with an artificial toe. This is one of the earliest prosthetics found in Ancient Egypt. (KMT Journal Winter '02-'03)
96. Sennefer, Mayor of Thebes, Chancellor to Amenhotep II, Overseer of the Granaries of Amen, Overseer of the Fields of Amen, High Priest of Amen in Menisut and Superintendent of Amen's Gardens. Temp. Amenhotep II
Parents: Ahmose Humay and Nub.Wives: Sentnefert, Senetnay (Royal Nurses to the king), Meryt, There is debate as to whether these were all different wives, or simply different names for only one or two wives. Daughters: Mut-Tuy, Mutnefert, Nefertiry. Howard Carter speculated that he may have been buried in tomb KV42, based on canopic jars
97. Amenemhat, high priest of Amun, Temp. Amenhotep II (?)
Father: Djehutyhotep (wab-priest, Overseer of the sandal makers of Amun) A coffin of the royal sandal maker Thu was found in the tomb
98. Kaemheribsen, Third prophet of Amun, Temp. Tuthmosis III - Amenhotep II (?)
Mother: A Chief nurse of the Lord of the Two Lands.
99. Sennefer(i), treasurer, Overseer of Sealbearers, Temp. Tuthmosis III
Excavated by Nigel Strudwick Parents: Haydjehuty (overseer of the bureau of Watet-Hor) and Zatdjehuty (royal ornament); Wife:Taiamu.
Theban tomb C3 seems to be the resting place of his daughter Renena and her husband Amenhotep. ('deputy of the overseer of seal-bearers)
100. Rekhmira, vizier, Temp. Tuthmosis III - Amenhotep II
Parents: Neferweben (Vizier) and Bet; Wife: Meryt
Sons: Menkeperreseneb, Amenhotep, Senusert, Mery, Neferweben and possibly Baki. http://www.osirisnet.net/tombes/nobles/rekm/e_rekhmire.htm
101. Tjener, cupbearer of the king, Temp. Amenhotep II
102. Imhotep, Royal scribe, child of the nursery, Temp. Amenhotep III
103. Dagi, Governor of the town and Vizier, late Dynasty 11
104. Thutnefer, overseer of the treasury, Temp. Amenhotep II
105. Khamipet (H'j-m-jp3.t), priest of the noble standard of Amun, 19th Dynasty
106. Paser (P3-sr, P3-srjw) , Governor of the Town and Vizier , Temp Sety I - Ramesses II107. Nefersekheru, Royal scribe, Steward of the estate of Amenhotep III 'Ra glistens', Temp. Amenhotep III
Wife: Tiy (Chief of the Harem of Amun) Paser has a long list of titles and here are a selection of his titles as recorded on several monuments: Mouth of Nekhen and Prophet of Truth (maat), Fanbearer on the Right of the King. Festival Leader of Amun. Ruler with the bat-sceptre in the mansion of Sekhmet. High Priest of “Great-of-Magic” (refers to Neith?). Chief of Secrets in the mansion of Neith. Son of Nebneteru called Tenri, High Priest of Amun and sem-priest in the temple of Ptah and Merytre, Chief of the Harim of Amun. Grandson of Aniy and Naia (parents of Merytre)
Brother: Tatia, Steward of the temple of Maat. Paser had monuments in Thebes (tomb), Pi-Ramesse, Tanis, Memphis, Abydos, Medamud.
Parents: Neby (Judge) and Hepu
108. Nebseny, high priest of Inheret (Onuris), Temp. Tuthmosis IV
109. Min, mayor of Tjeny (Thinis), Overseer of the prophets of Onuris, Tutor of Amenhotep II, Temp. Tuthmosis III
Mother: Say. Sons: Senty called Iuty, and Sebekmose
Min is shown teaching prince Amenhotep how to shoot, and with the prince on his lap.
110. Djehuty, cupbearer of the king, herald of the king,Temp. Hatshepsut - Tuthmosis III
Parents: Pesediri and Keku; Wife: Bakt
111. Amunwahsu, scribe of god's writings in the Amun domain, Temp Rameses II
Other titles: Leader in the house of Amun, wab-priest of Sekhmet, Festival leader of all the gods in their annual feasts.
Son of Simut and Wiay, Simut was Chief draughtsman of the Lord of the Two lands in every monument of Amun in Karnak. Wiay was a chantress of Amun.
Wife: Iuy, chantress of Bast.
Sons: Ipu, Dedia scribe in the house of Life.
Khaemopet Scribe of the Sacred books. On a stela Khaemopet mentions his father Amenwahsu and his mother named Nebteikhuru (?). Khaemopet’s wife was named Baketwerel, a chantress of Amun, daughter of Werelay (her mother). His son Montemhab was Scribe in the temple of Montu
Grandson: Khaemopet, Scribe in the house of Life, son of Merysekhmet.
Also mentioned in the tomb are Pa-iabty, servant in the house of Amun. His wife is Hepet.A stela in the Louvre mentions Amenwahsu, son of Simut. More relatives are mentioned:Ptahmay, chief tracker and his wife Iuy, chantress of Bast. Brother of Amenwahsu??Yua, Chief Tracker and his wife Maia, Lady of the House. Brother or son of Amenwahsu??And sons (of Simut?) Huy, Ipu, Penrennut and daughters Iuy(I), Khatbebet, Iuy (II), Sekhmet-nofret (I), Tawosret, Sekhmet-nofret (II) and Udjati. (Could some of these be in-laws and/or grand-children??)
112. Menkheperraseneb, High priest of Amun, Temp. Tuthmosis III
For Menkheperreseneb: see TT86
tomb taken over later by Aashefytemwaset, priest of Amun-aashefyt, Ramesside
Father: Pentawer; Wife: Mutemwia.
113. Kynebu, priest in temple for king Thutmose IV, Temp. Rameses VIII
Parents: Bekenamun (wab-priest of Amun); Wife : Isis.
Brother: Hori called Karo.
114. name unknown, head goldsmith in the Amun domain, Ramesside (20th dyn)
Father: A wab-priest of Anubis.
115. name unknown, Ramesside
116. name unknown, Temp. Tuthmosis IV to Amenhotep III(?)
117. name unknown, Dynasty 11;
tomb taken over later by Djedmutiufankh, draughtsman of Mansion of Gold, Dyn 21-22
118. Amenmose (Jmn-msj(w), Imn-ms), fanbearer on the right of the king, Temp. Amenhotep III (?)
119. name unknown, Temp. Hatshepsut - Tuthmosis III
120. Aanen ('3nn), second priest of Amun, Temp. Amenhotep III
Parents: Yuya and Tuya (KV46).
Anen was the brother of Queen Tiye and the brother-in-law of Amenhotep III. Anen had 4 daughters and a son, but thier names have not been preserved.
121. Ahmose, first lector-priest of Amun, Temp. Tuthmosis III
First Lector Priest of Amun, followed subsequently by Second Prophet of Amun-Ra in the great temple at Karnak (i.e., no. 2 high priest), and God's Father, Beloved of the God (a mid-level grade of priest). On his funerary cones, Ahmose also bears the title First Prophet in Henqet-ankh, i.e., high priest in the mortuary temple of King Thutmose III
Text:"Hereditary Prince and Count, Confidant of the King in the Council Chamber, who has acted effectively for his Lord, powerful and vigilant for the Lord of the Two Lands, for the Good God, Great Offspring (of the king) in the Palace, Greatest of His Companions, who is praised, who is free from exalting himself, who has acted with his two arms . . . Companion of the Heart (sn-ib) of Horus, the Lord of this Land, Master of the Secret of the Great Throne, whom the Lord of the Two Lands loves, Seal-bearer of the King of Lower Egypt (i.e., 'Chancellor') . . . who fills Him (i.e., the king) . . . Great One of His Town . . . who enters Karnak Temple <by the front?>)" Possibly "Child of the Nursery of Queen Meritamun" (wife of Amenhotep I, c. 1551-1524).
His wife is Iret and/or Ray. Ahmose is the son of Ramose and Bak.
122. Amenhotep and Amenemhat, overseers of the production area of Amun, Temp. Tuthmosis III
Parents of Amenhotep: Amethu (Vizier)-TT83 and Ta-amethu
Son of Amenhotep: Merymaet (Second Prophet of Amun)
Brother of Amenhotep: Akheperkare (Prophet of Monthu)
Parents of Amenemhet: Neferhotep (Prophet); Wife of Amenemhet: Esnub
123. Amenemhat, Scribe, Overseer of the granary, Counter of bread, Temp. Tuthmosis III
124. Rey, overseer of the storerooms of Pharaoh, Steward of the good god Tuthmosis I, Temp. Tuthmosis I
125. Duaerneheh (Dw3.wj-r-nhh) , first herald, Overseer of the estate of Amun, Temp. Hatshepsut
126. Hormose, commander-in-chief of troops of the Amun domain, Late Period (?) Saite (?)
127. Senemiah (Sn-m-j’h), Royal scribe, Overseer of all that grows, Temp Tuthmosis III (?);
Parents: Wadjmose and Ahmose; Wives: Sensonb and Tetisonb.
Son: Piay (wab-priest of Amun), daughter?: At-mereret; Brother: Ahmose.
tomb taken over later, in Ramesside Period by Piay and his son Pairy.
128. Pathenfy (P3-tnf(.j)), mayor of Edfu and Thebes, Late Period, Saite, Dynasty 26
129. name unknown, Temp. Tuthmosis III or IV
130. May, harbour master in Thebes, Temp. Tuthmosis III (?)
131. User or Useramen (Jmn-wsr(w)), vizier, Temp. Tuthmosis III
Parents: Amethu (Vizier) and Ta-amethu. Also see TT61
The aged Vizier Amethu (User's father) is shown with chamberlain, courtiers and User as a scribe before Tuthmosis III, and a text of the installation of User as co-vizier.
132. Ramose, Great scribe of the king, Overseer of the treasuries of Taharqa, Temp. Taharqa
133. Neferrenpet, Chief of the weavers in the Ramesseum , Temp. Rameses II
Other title: Chief of the Carrying chairs of the King
Father: Besuemopet (priest of king Amenhotep who navigates on the sea of Amun).
135. Bakenamun (B3k-n-Jmn), wab-priest at the fore of Amun, 19th - 20 th dynasty
136. name unknown, Royal scribe of the Lord of the Two Lands, 19th dynasty
137. Mose, head of works of Pharaoh in every monument of Amun, Temp. Rameses II
Parents: Bak (Head of works in the place of eternity) and Tekhu.
138. Nedjemger (Ndm-gr), overseer of the garden in the Ramesseum, Temp. Ramesses II
Wife: Naushaat Chantress of Amen-Re.
Son: Tjauenhuy Daughter: Baketmut, Chantress of Amun.
Father: Sheroy (Prophet of Ptah and Hathor.); Wife: Henutneferet;
Sons: Ptahmes and Amenhotep.
On the left jamb of a doorway is a hieratic text from year 3 of Smenkhare (Ankheperure) with a hymn to Amun of Pewah (Scribe of divine offerings of Amun in the house of Ankheperure)
140. Neferrenpet probably called Kefia, Goldworker, Portrait sculptor, Temp. Tuthmosis III - Amenhotep II
141. Bekenkhons, wab-priest at the fore of Amun, Ramesside
Wife: Takhat; Son: Heremmaet (wab priest of Amun).
142. Samut, overseer of works of Amun-Ra in Karnak, Temp. Tuthmosis III - Amenhotep II (?)
Parents: Menta (Overseer of the granary of Amun) and Thutnefer.
143. name unknown, Temp. Tuthmosis III - Amenhotep II (?)
The scenes in the tomb show the king spearing a lion, seated , and on a stool drawing a bow. Further scenes show the deceased with Chiefs of Punt bringing gold etc before the king. And the deceased is shown at the Red Sea with goods for barter and a military escort.
144. Nu, overseer of estate labour, Temp. Tuthmosis III (?)
145. Nebamun, head of bowmen, 18th Dynasty
Wife: Ahhotep; Son: Paser.
146. Nebamun, overseer of the granary of Amun, Counter of grain, iny of the God's Wife Temp Tuthmosis III (?)
147. name unknown, Head of the masters of ceremonies (?) of Amun, Temp. Tuthmosis IV (?)
Probably Heby? "Scribe who counts the cattle of Amun in Upper and Lower Egypt"
His father Senmes may be "Scribe who counts the cattle of Amun' and his mother Ruia.
His son Amenemhet, who was a "wab-priest of Amun"
Another possibility is Neferrenpet (late New Kingdom date). Several funerary cones of him were found under the east wall of the broad hall. (from KMT Journal, Summer '05)
There are 2 men buried in the tomb. The other Head elder of the portal (this person had a son called Kenamon)
148. Amenemopet, priest of Amun, Temp. Rameses III - IV
Parents: Thonufer (TT158) and Nefertary; Wife: Tamert (Chief of the Harem of Amun).
Scenes show the deceased rewarded by a Prince before the King.
149. Amenmose, Royal scribe of the table of the Lord of the Two Lands, Overseer of hunters of Amun, Ramesside Period
Wife: Sitmut. This tomb is usurped from a previous owner.
150. Userhat, Overseer of cattle of Amun, late Dynasty 18
Wife: Iat-ib (Royal concubine)
151. Hety, Scribe, Counter of cattle of the God's Wife of Amun, Steward of the god's wife of Amun, Temp. Tuthmosis IV
Parents: Nebnufer (counter of cattle of the God's Wife) and Men.
152. name unknown, late Dynasty 18;
tomb taken over later, in Ramesside Period (?)
153. name unknown, Temp Seti I (?)
154. Tati (Tt.j, T3tj3) , Cupbearer, Temp Tuthmosis III
155. Intef, Great herald of the king, Temp. Hatshepsut -Tuthmosis III
Brother: Ahmose; Son: Teti
156. Pennesuttawy (P3-n-ns.wt-t3.wj,), Captain of troops, Governor of the South Lands, Temp. Rameses I - Seti I
Wife: Mia; Son: Nakhtmin (Head of the stable of His Majesty); Daughter: Beketwerner.
Grandson: (Anher)Nakht (TT282) (Head of the Bowmen, Overseer of the Southlands).
157. Nebwenenef (Nb-wnn.f), High priest of Amun, Temp Rameses II.
Nebwenenef is shown followed by a fan-bearer appearing before Rameses II and (Merymut) Nefertari in a palace window. Nebwenenef is being appointed as High priest of Amun (year 1 of Rameses II).
Other titles: High Priest of Anhur, High Priest of Hathor, Chief of Seers.
Wife: Takhat, Chief of the Harim of Amun, Sistrum player of Mut, Chief of the Harem of Hathor, Chantress of Isis.
Son: Smatawy, High Priest of Hathor
Daughter (of Smatawy?): Hathor, Chief of the Harem of Hathor.
A 'sister' (wife of Smatawy?) is mentioned: Irytnofret, Chief of the Harim of Hathor.
Wife: Nefertary (Chief of the Harem of Amun).
Son: Amenemopet (TT148) (Priest of Amun). Daughter-in-law: Tamert (Chief of the Harem of Amun).
159. Ra'ya (R'.j, R'j3 ), Fourth priest of Amun, 19th Dynasty.
160. Besenmut (B3-s3-n-mwt, Bs-n-mw.t), True king's acquaintance, Late Period - Saite
Parents: Pedemut and Tahibet.
161. Nakht, Bearer of floral offerings of Amun, Temp. Amenhotep III (?)
Parents: Guraru (Gardener of the divine offerings of Amun) and Kay.
Wife: Tahemt; Son: Huynefer (Gardener of the divine offerings of Amun)
162. Qenamun (Qn-Jmn,), Mayor of Thebes, Overseer of the Granary of Amun, reign of Amenhotep III
163. Amenemhet (Jmn-m-h3.t), Mayor of Thebes, Raoyal Scribe, 19th Dynasty
Father: Huy (Judge, Mayor); Wife: Nedjemt-net
164. Intef, Scribe of recruits, Temp. Tuthmosis III
165. Nehemaway (Nhm-'w3j ), Goldsmith, Temp. Tuthmosis IV - Amenhotep III
Wife: Tentamentet called Kay.
166. Ramose (R'-ms, R'-msjw), Overseer of works in Karnak, Overseer of cattle; Reign Horemheb - Sety I
Parents: Ipy (Chief Prophet of Toth) and Hati (Chief of the harem of Toth).
Wife: Tay (Chief of the harem of Toth)
167. name unknown, 18th Dynasty
168. Any (3nj), Divine Father clean of hands, Chosen lector of the lord of the gods, Ramesses II.
Wife: Mery(t)nub, Chantress of Amun in Karnak.
169. Senena, Head goldsmith of Amun, Temp. Amenhotep III
Parents: Sensonb and Tanub; Wife: Maetka (Divine Adoratrix of Amun)
170. Nebmehyt, Scribe of recruits of the Ramesseum in the estate of Amun, Temp. Rameses II
171. name unknown, Dynasty 18
172. Mentiywy (Jj-wj-Mntw, Mnt.w-jj.w), Royal Butler, child of the nursery, Temp. Tuthmosis III - Amenhotep II
173. Khay (H’j.'j, H'j), Scribe of divine offerings of the gods of Thebes, 19th Dynasty
174. Ashakhet ('š3-jht) , Priest in front of of Mut, 20th Dynasty
Wife: Tazabu; Son: Pakhihet (TT187) (wab-priest of Amun)
175. name unknown, Temp. Tuthmosis IV (?)
176. [Amen]Userhet, Servant clean of hands, Temp. Amenhotep II - Tuthmosis IV
177. Amenemopet, Scribe of Truth in the Ramesseum in the estate of Amun, Temp. Rameses II
Father: Nebkhed (Scribe of the divine seal of the estate of Amun)
178. Neferrenpet called Kenro, Scribe of the treasury in the Amun-Ra domain, Temp. Rameses II
Son of Piay, priest of Amun and possibly of Wiay. (A statue if Wiay, chantress of Amun stands next to that of Piay, Neferronpet and Mutemwia in a niche)
Wife: Mutemwia, chantress of Amun.
Mentioned in tomb:
Bakenwer, priest and lector of Ptah. (shown offering to the couple); Bakamun - Treasury scribe of the estate of Amun; Nai - Treasury scribe; Khaemope - Treasury scribe of Amun; Pre-rekh - Chief of the workshops of Amun (friend of Neferronpet); Pahemneter - draughtsmen; Hesefemwaset - Chief guardian; Sekher - Chief guardian of the treasury; Nudjem - the scribe
179. Nebamun, Scribe, Counter of grain in the granary of divine offerings of Amun, Temp. Hatshepsut.
Parents: Yotef (Steward of the Lord of the Two Lands) and Ahmose.
180. name unknown, 19th Dynasty
181. Nebamun, Head sculptor of Pharaoh, and Ipuky, Sculptor of Pharaoh, Temp. Amenhotep III - Akhenaten
Parents of Nebamun: Neferhet and Thepu.
Parents of Ipuky: Senennuter and Netjermose
Wife of Ipuky (and of Nebamun?): Henutnefert.
182. Amenemhet, Scribe of the mat, Temp. Tuthmosis III
183. Nebsumenu, Chief Steward, Steward in the house of Rameses II, Temp. Rameses II
Son of the Mayor of Thebes Paser and Tuia, chantress of Amun.
Wife: Baketmut, chantress of Amun.
Brother: Haunefer, Mayor of Thebes, shown with Wife Inuhey, chantress of Amun. His wife is called Nuhet elsewhere.
Paherypedjet, Stablemaster of the Lord of the Two Lands.
Another relative (?) includes Thutmose, Mayor (of Esna) and his wife Isis, chantress of Nebtu. Thutmosis was the son of Amenmose, mayor of Esna and Henutwedjebu, chantress of Nebtu
184. Nefermenu, Mayor of Thebes, Royal Scribe, Temp. Rameses II
High Steward of the temple of Djoserkare, Superintendent of the Granaries of Amun.
Wife: Mery, chantress of Amun.
185. Senioqer (Sn.j-jqr), Hereditary Prince, Divine Chancellor, First Intermediate Period186. Ihy, Nomarch, First Intermediate Period
Wife: Imy (Prophetess of Hathor).
187. Pakhyhet (P3-hj-h3.t), wab-priest of Amun, 20th Dynasty.
Parents: Ashakhet (TT174) (Priest in front of Mut) and Tazebu; Wife: Mutemonet.
188. Parennefer (P3-rn-nfr), Royal butler clean of hands, Steward, Temp. Akhenaten
Parennefer was the young prince's pedagogue before he came to the throne, and later served as his butler. Parennefer followed Akhenaten to Amarna.
His titles include: Hereditary Prince and Count, Seal-bearer of the king of Lower Egypt, Overseer of all the crafts of the King, The King's confidant who made functional his monuments in the House of Aten.
189. Nakht-Thuty, Chief of carpenters and Goldworkers in the Amun domain, Time of Ramesses II190. Nesbanebdjed (Ns-B3-nb-Dd), Divine Father, Prophet at the head of the king, Late Period - Saite
Wives: Niutemhab, chantress of Amun and Tentpaopet, chantress of Amun
Sons: Khonsemhab, Chief of the goldsmiths of the domain of Amun.
Amenemwia: Priest of Mut in Asher.
Also mentioned in the tomb are Shedsukhons, priest of Khons and Suti, draughtsman of Amun.
Texts in the tomb refer to year 55 (service to the portable barque of Khnum in Esna) and 58 (service to the portable barque of Seth in Upper Egypt)
Parents: Pakharkhons (Divine Father) and Meramuniotes (Sistrum-player of Amen-Re)
Usurped from an unknown person from the time of Ramesses II
191. Wahibra-nebpehty, Chamberlain of the Divine Adoratrix, Director of the festival, Temp. Psametik I.
Parents: Pedehor (Head of the outline-draughtsmen) and Thesmutpert.
Son: Pedehor (Chamberlain of the Divine Adoratrix)
192. Kheruef called Sena'a (or Naai), Overseer of the estate of the Great Royal Wife Tiye, Temp. Amenhotep III - Akhenaten?
Parents: Siked - scribe of the army of the Lord of the Two Lands, and Ruiu - who held the titles royal worshipper, chantress of Isis, Mother of the God, chantress of Amen and mistress of the house
Kheruef was Royal Scribe, bearer of the royal seal and First Herald to the King, he was later appointed Steward to Queen Tiye.
Played a role during the festivals: governor of the palace in the function of the jubilee, servant of the king at the time of the jubilees.
Kheruef also has titles showing his close connection to the King: the great companion on the steps of the throne, excellent confidant of the sovereign
193. Ptahemheb (Pth-m-hb, Pth-m-h3b), Official of the seal in the treasury of the Amun domain, 19-20th Dynasty
194. Thutemheb (Dhwtj-m-hb, Dhwtj-m-h3b), Overseer of marshland-dwellers in the Amun domain, Scribe in the temple of Amun, 19th dynasty, Last half of reign of Ramesses II
Father: A wab-priest in front of Amun, Scribe of the divine offerings of Amun.
Brothers: Amenemopet and Amenhotep
195. Bakenamun (B3k-n-Jmn), Scribe of the treasure of the Amun domain, 20th Dynasty
196. Padihorresnet (P3-dj-Hr-rsn.t, P3-dj-Hrw-rs.nt), Chief steward of Amun, Late Period - Saite
Parents: Ibi (TT36) and Shepenernute
197. Padineith (P3-dj-Nj.t) , Chief steward of the God's Wife of Amun, the Divine Adoratrix Ankhnesneferibre, Temp. Psametik II
Parents: Psammethek and Tadehubaste
198. Riya (R'j3, Rj3), head of the magazine of Amun in Karnak, Ramesside Period
199. Amenirneferu (Jmn-jr-nfr.w), overseer of the store-rooms, 18th Dynasty
200. Dedi, Governor of the deserts on the wet of Thebes, Head of the troops of Pharaoh, Temp. Tuthmosis III- Amenhotep II
201. Ra, First herald of the king, Temp. Tuthmosis IV - Amenhotep III
202. Nakhtamun (Nht-Jmn) , Prophet of Ptah Lord of Thebes, Priest in front of Amun, 19-20th Dynasty.
203. Wennefer, Divine Father of Mut, 19th Dynasty - Ramesses II
204. Nebanensu (Nb-'n-sw), Sailor of the high priest of Amun, 18th Dynasty
205. Thutmose (Dhwtj-msj(w)), Royal Butler, Temp. Tuthmosis III - Amenhotep II
206. Inpuemheb (Jnp.w-m-hb, Jnpw-m-h3b), Scribe of the Place of Truth, Ramesside Period
207. Horemheb (Hr-m-hb, Hrw-m-h3b), Scribe of divine offerings of Amun, Ramesside Period - Ramesses III
Parents: Kemawen and Nebuy
208. Roma (Rm, Rm') , Divine Father of Amun-Ra, Ramesside Period
209. Seremhatrekhyt (Sr-m-h3t-rhyt), Hereditary Prince, Sole beloved friend, Late Period - Saite
210. Raweben, servant in the Place of Truth, Time of Ramesses II
Sons: Huy and Ramose
Daughters: Hent-wedjebet, Tahaynu, and Raia.
Parents: Piay and Nofret-khau?
Another son of Piay is attested: Ipuy, sculptor in the Place of Truth. His wife Dua-em-meres (daughter of Takhuru?). His sons are named Nebnakht and Huy
Raweben’s son Ramose is known from a stela. Ramose was also a Servant in the Place of Truth. Ramose had more than one wife: Ramose married Henut-djuu (daughter of Neb-wawi), and had sons Huy and Penshenabu and a daughter Wadjet-ronpet. Ramose also married Werel and had sons Pashed and Raweben- jr and a daughter named Tahaynu. The stela mentions another son of Ramose: Nebwa’u.
211. Paneb, Servant of Pharaoh in the Place of Truth, 19th Dynasty
Parents: Nefersenut (servant of Pharaoh in the Place of Truth) and Iuy.
Grandparents: Kasa (TT10) and Bukhanef
212. Ramose, scribe of the Place of Truth, Rameses II
Son of the messenger Amenemhab and Kakaia.
Wife: Mutemwia, servitor of Taweret.
The inscriptions in TT250 mention quite a few people and the descriptions are rather confusing.
213. Penamun, Servant of Pharaoh in the Place of Truth, 20th Dynasty - Ramesses II (Kitchen)
Son of Baki, servant in the place of Truth (TT298), and Taysen.
(Probable) grandparents: Wennefer (Servant of Pharaoh in the Place of Truth) and Maia.
Daughter: Meryetamun, servitor of the Moon.
Son: Shedamun (or Amenshedu).
Other individual mentioned is Khaemwaset, Servant in the Place of Truth (relative?)
214. Khawi, Custodian in the Place of Truth, Servant of Amun in Luxor, Ramesses II
Wife: Tawert; Son: Huy
215. Amenemopet (Jmn-m-jpt, Jmn-m-jp3t), Royal scribe in the Place of Truth, Sety I and Ramesses II
Burial chamber is TT265,
Parents: Minmose and Isis; Wife: Hathor called Hunero
216. Neferhotep, Foreman in the Place of the Truth, Temp Rameses II - Seti II
Parents: Nebnufer (TT6) (Foreman in the Place of the Truth) and Iy
Brother: Peshedu, Anuy, Nebnufer.
Grandfathers: Neferhotep (father of Nebnufer) and Kenhirkhopshef (Royal Scribe in the Place of the Truth)
217. Ipuy, Sculptor, Temp. Rameses II
Parents: Piay and Nofret-khau
His wife Dua-em-meres (daughter of Takhuru?).
Sons: Shemsu, Anuy, sculptor, Nebnakht, Huy, Merymose, Amenhotep, Nefersekheru
Daughter: Iamemhab, Werel.
Their pet cat anmed Taimmet is mentioned :D
(See TT210, the tomb of Ipuy’s brother Raweben)
Parents: Nebenmaat ( sha-menu of Amun) and Hetepi.
Sons: Nebenmaat (219), Khaemteri (TT220), Nebmehyt and Nebre.
In the museum in Leiden is a beautiful wood and limestone statue of Amennakht, dedicated by his son Khaemteri.
219. Nebenmaat, Servant in the Place of Truth, Ramesses II
Parents: Amennakht (218) and Iyemway;
Sons: Wepwatmose (and wife Huy), Nakhy, Nakhtamun, draughtsman, Khay, Khaemteri (TT220)
Daughters: Huy, Hunero, Ta-inenui
Brothers: Nebmerutef, Qaha, Menna, Nefersenu, Re, Nebre (with wife Pashed), Nebamun.
Sisters: Werni, Taweret, Tamet
Other people mentioned are:
Servant of the King Buqentef and his wife Iyi, The royal scribe Ramose and his wife Mutemwia, Guardian of the Place of Truth Qenhirkhopshef and his wife Tanehsi, The servant of the Place of Truth Amennakht and his wife Iyemwaw.
As well as Kenro, Amenemope, Anuy, Neferemsenut, all Servants in the Place of Truth.
220. Khaemteri, Servant in the Place of Truth, Ramesses II
Parents: Amennakht (218) and Yitemway; (Porter and Moss)
Son of Nebenmaat and Meretseger. (according to Kitchen)
Son: Amenemope, Nodjemu
Grandson: the wab-priest Neferhotep (son of Amenemope)
221. Hormin (Hr.j-Mn.w, Hrw-Mnw), Scribe of troops in the palace of the king on the West of Thebes, Reign of Ramesses III
222. Heqamaatranakht called Turo (Hq3-m3'.t R'-nht(w), Twr), High priest of Monthu, Temp. Rameses III-IV
Wife: Wiay (Chief of the Harem of Monthu)
Sons: Userhet (Chief Prophet of Monthu) and Panebmontu (First Prophet of Monthu)
223. Karakhamun (Krh-Jmn, Krkr-Jmn), first ka(?)-priest, Late Period - Saite
224. Ahmose Humay (J'h-ms, Hm.j), Overseer of the estate of the God's Wife, Overseer of the double granaries of the God's Wife Ahmose-Nefertary Temp. Tuthmosis III - Hatshepsut
Parents: Senusert and Taidy; Wife: Nub (Royal concubine)
225. name unknown / perhaps Amenemhet, High priest of Hathor, Temp. Tuthmosis III
226. Heqareshu (Hq3-ršw), Royal scribe, Overseer of nurses of the king, Temp. Amenhotep III
Heqareshu is shown offering gifts to Amenhotep III and the Queen-Mother Mutemwia. Heqareshu is shown with four children of Amenhotep III on his knees.
227. name unknown, Temp. Tuthmosis III
Father: Hepu (Third Lector of Amun)
228. Amen(em)mose (Jmn-msj(w)), Scribe of the Amun treasury, Reign of Tuthmosis III.
Father (probably): Amethu (Vizier) (TT83)
229. name unknown, Dynasty 18
230. Men (?) (Mn) , Scribe of troops of Pharaoh, Dynasty 18
231. Nebamun (Nb(.j)-Jmn), Scribe, Counter of grain of Amun in the granary of divine offerings, 18th Dynasty
232. Tharwes (Trws), Scribe of the divine seal of the Amun treasury, Ramesside Period
The tomb originally belonged to an individual possibly named Amenhotep who dated to the 17th-18th dyasty. Tharwes took over the tomb in the 20th dynasty or even later.
233. Saroy (S3-r3j, Z3-r3j, s3-ry) , 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
and his assistant Amenhotep called Huy Temp. Ramesses II (some publications only mention Saroy and date the tomb to dynasty 19-20)
234. Roy (R3.j, Ry), Mayor, 18th or 19th Dynasty. Early dynasty 18 to Reign of Tuthmosis III (Kampp)
235. Userhat (Wsr-h3.t) , High priest of Monthu, 20th Dynasty
236. Hornakht (Hr-nht), Second prophet of Amun, Overseer of the treasury of Amun, Ramesside Period
237. Wennefer (Wn(n)-nfr(w)), chief lector-priest, Ramesside Period
238. Neferweben (Nfr-wbn), Royal butler clean of hands, 18th Dynasty (Amenhotep II according to Kampp)
239. Penhat (Pn-h3t, P3-n-hwt) , Overseer for all the Northern Lands, Temp. Tuthmosis III - Amenhotep II
240. Meru (Mr.w), Overseer of sealers, Dynasty 11 Temp Mentuhotep-Nebhepetre
Parents: Iku and Nebti.
The tomb contained a stela from year 46 of Mentuhotep-Nebhepetre.
241. Ahmose, Scribe of divine writings, Child of the nursery, Head of the mysteries in the House of the morning, Temp. Tuthmosis III.
242. Wahibra, Chamberlain of the god's wife of Amun Ankhnesneferibra, Late Period - Saite
Parents: Pedeamunnai and Mutardais; Wife: Tadepanehep.
Sons: Psammethek (Chamberlain to the God's Wife) and Pedehorresnet called Harpemai.
243. Pamu called Pahy, mayor of Thebes, Late Period - Saite
Father: A prophet and heneku-priest in Southern On.
244. Pakharu (P3-hr.j, P3-h3rw), Overseer of carpenters of the Amun domain, Ramesside Period
245. Hori (Hr.j), Scribe, Overseer of the estate of the great wife of the king, 18th Dynasty
246. Senenra (Sn-n-R') , Scribe, 18th Dynasty (Hatshepsut - Tuthmosis III)
247. Samut (S3-Mw.t, Z3-Mwt) , Scribe, Counter of cattle of Amun, 18th Dynasty (Tuthmosis IV - Amenhotep III)
248. Thutmose (Dhwtj-msj(w)), Maker of offerings of Thutmose III, mid 18th Dynasty (Amenhotep II)
249. Neferrenpet (Nfr-rnp.t) , supplier of dates/cakesin the temple of Amenhotep III, Temp. Amenhotep III
250. Ramose, scribe of the Place of Truth, Temp. Rameses II
251. Amenmose, Royal scribe, Overseer of cattle of Amun, Overseer of magazine of Amun, Temp. Tuthmosis III252. Senimen (Sn(.j)-mn(.w)) , Steward, Nurse of the God's Wife, Temp. Hatshepsut
Father: Nesu: (Head of the magazine of Amun)
Some think that Senimen is a brother of Senenmut, and that Seniemyah is his wife. This may be based on an incorrect interpretation of the inscriptions in the tomb.
253. Khnummose (Khenmes) (Hnm.w-ms, Hnm-ms), Scribe, Counter of grain in the granary of Amun, Temp. Tuthmosis IV - Amenhotep III.
254. Mose (Amenmose) (Ms(.jw), Jmn-Ms), Scribe of the treasury, Custodian of the estate of queen Tiye in the Amun domain, late 18th Dynasty
255. Roy (R3.j), Royal scribe, Steward of the estates of Horemheb and Amun, Temp. Horemheb - Sety I
Wife: Nebttaui called Towey, chantress of Amun.
256. Nebenkemet (Nb-n-km.t), Overseer of the cabinet, Fanbearer, Child of the nursery, Temp. Amenhotep II
Nebenkemet is shown offering to Tuthmosis III.
257. Neferhotep, Scribe, Counter of grain of Amun, Temp. Tuthmosis III - Amenhotep III;
Tomb taken over later by Mahu, Deputy in the Ramesseum, Temp. Rameses II
Father of Mahu is perhaps Piay; Wife of Mahu: Tawert.
258. Menkheper (Mn-hpr) , Child of the nursery, Royal scribe of the house of the royal children, Temp. Tuthmosis IV
259. Hori (Hr.j) , wab-priest, Scribe in all the monuments of the estate of Amun, Head of the outline-draughtsmen in the Gold House of the Amun domain, Ramesside Period (probably 20th dynasty)
Parents: Huy (wab-priest of Amun) and Beketptah; Wife: Mutemwia
260. User (Wsr), Scribe, Weiher of Amun, overseer of fields of Amun, Temp. Tuthmosis III
261. Khaemwaset (H'j-m-W3s.t), wab-priest of king Amenhotep I, 18th Dynasty Reign of Tuthmosis III - Amenhotep II.
262. name unknown, overseer of fields, Temp. Tuthmosis III (?)
263. Piay (Pj3jj) , Scribe in the granary in the Amun domain, Scribe of accounts in the Ramesseum. Temp. Ramses II.
Wife: Webkhet, chantress of Amun.
Son: The scribe Hat
264. Ipiy (Jpj), Overseer of cattle, Chief of the Lord of the Two Lands, 19th Dynasty Reigns of Ramesses II and Merenptah.265. Amenemopet (Jmn-m-jpt, Jmn-m-jp3.t), Scribe of the king in the Place of Truth
19th Dynasty; Reigns of Sety I and Ramesses II
See TT215 (which is the chapel), TT265 is the burial chamber.
266. Amennakht (Jmn-nht), Chief craftsman of the Lord of the Two Lands in the Place of Truth on the west of Thebes. 19th Dynasty
Parents: Bukentef and Iy. (shown in TT219)
267. Hay (H3jt, H3.jj), Officer of workmen in the Place of Truth, Fashioner of the images of all the gods in the House of Gold, 20th Dynasty
Parents: Amennakht and Tarekhan; Wife: Henutmet.
268. Nebnakht, Servant in the Place of Truth, 19th Dynasty - Ramesses II.
Parents: Ipy and Auti
Sons: Khabekhnet and Montu-Min
270. Amenemwia (Jmn-m-wj3), wab-priest, lector-priest of Ptah-Sokar, 19th Dynasty
271. Nay (N3'j,), Royal scribe, Temp. Aye.
272. Khaemopet (H'j-m-jp3.t, H'j-m-jpt), Divine Father of Amun in the west, lector-priest of the Sokar temple, Ramesside Period (Dynasty 20)
273. Sayemiotef (S3j.j-m-jt.j, S3y-m-it.f), Scribe in the estate of his lord, Ramesside Period
274. Amenwahsu(Jmn-w3h-sw), High priest of Monthu of Tod and of Thebes, sem-priest in the Ramesseum in the estate of Amun, Time of Ramesses II - Merenptah
275. Sobekemose (Sbk-ms(.jw)), Head wab-priest, Divine Father in the temples of king Amenhotep III and Sokar, Ramesside Period
276. Amenemopet, Overseer of the treasury of gold and silver, Judge, Overseer of the cabinet, Temp. Tuthmosis IV (?)
Parents: Nekhu (?) and Ahhotep; Wife: Henutyunu
277. Amenemonet, Divine father of the temple of king Amenhotep III, Ramesside Period possibly Seti I
Other titles: wab- priest, Lector-Priest, Divine Father in the Temple of Ptah-Sokaris
Mother: Tadjesertka; Wife: Nefertary, chantress of Amun.
Mentioned in the tomb are: Djeserka - wab- priest, first prophet of Ptah-Sokaris, Piay - lector priest , Ptah-mes - wab-priest ,
Userhat - wab-priest
278. Amenemhab (Jmn-m-hb, Jmn-m-h3b), Herdsman of Amun-Ra, Ramesside Period (Dynasty 20)
Wife: Tay (Sonstress of Mut)
279. Pabes (P3-n-Bs(.j)), Chief steward of the god's wife, Temp. Psametik I
Parents: Pedubaste (Divine father, beloved of the god) and Tasentenhor.
Nitocris is mentioned in the Tomb.
Apparently many of the decorations were copied from the tomb of Harwa (TT37)
280. Meketre (Mk.t(.j)-R'), Chief Steward, Chancellor, early Middle Kingdom Temp. Mentuhotep Sankhare.
This tomb contained many models:
In the Cairo Museum: Two canoes with draw-net, Boat with paddles, and Meketre and son Antef under canopy, sailing-boat with Meketre under canopy, Kitchen tender, Sailing-boat with wicker cabin, Sailing-boat, house in garden, Carpenter's shop, Spinning and weaving, Inspection of cattle, Female offering-bringer with drink.
In the MMA, New York: Rowing-boat with musicians and kitchen tender, Rowing-boat, Sailing boat with Meketre and son Antef under canopy, Boat with paddles, Boat with paddles, men harpooning fish, and Meketre and son Antef seated on deck, Female offering-bringer with food, Four male and female offering bringers in procession, Cattle in stable, Slaughterhouse, Granary, Brewers and Bakers, House in garden.
Adjoining tomb: Antef (In-Yotef), Hereditary prince, Overseer of Sealers (i.e. Treasurer).
281. Unfinished Temple of Mentuhotep-Sankhare.
282. Nakhtmin / Minnakht (also called Nakht) (Mn.w-nht, Nht), Head of the bowmen, Overseer of the South Lands, Ramesses II
Fan-bearer on the right hand of the King, Royal envoy to every foreign country, Troop-Commander of Kush
Son of Pennesutawy and Maia (TT156)
Wife: Tamut (name in niche in court), Tabest (name on stela in Museum in Leiden)On the stela Ramaray is given the titles: The Prince and Count, the God's Father, clean of hands, Priest of Kamutef, Overseer of the prophets of all the gods, Third Prophet of Amun, Second Prophet of Amun, First Prophet of Amun
284. Pahemnetjer (P3-hm-ntr) , Scribe of offerings of all gods, Ramesside Period (Ramesses II)
Father: Ray; Wife: Bek(et)werner.
285. Iny, Head of the magazines of Mut, Ramesside Period
Wife: Tentonet (Songstress of Mut)
286. Niay (Nj3j, Nj3i, Jnjwj3), Scribe of the table, Ramesside Period
Parents: Roro and Isis; Wife: Tabes
287. Pendua (Pn-dw3, P3-n-dw3), wab-priest of Amun, Ramesside Period
288. Bakenkhons (B3k-n-hnsw), Scribe of divine book of Khons, Ramesside Period
289. Setau (St3w), Viceroy of Kush, Overseer of the South Lands, Chief Bowman of Kush Temp. Rameses II
Other titles: Steward of Thebes, Festival-Leader of Amun
Setau was a son of Siwadjet and An, Chantress of Amun.
Wife: Nofretmut, Chief of the Harim of Amun, Chantress of Amun and of Nekhbet.
Parents: Si-wadjet (head of the barque in the temple of Amun) and Tawosret, who was a chantress of Hathor. Also called Sheritre? Or a second wife?
Son: Si-wadjet Daughter: Hathor.
Brothers: Amenmose (son of Sheritre), Nebnufer, Nakhtmin and Reshy-irenef.
Sister of Irynefer: Ta-seger.
Sister of Mehy-khati: Mut’aat.
291. Nu (Nw) , servant in the Great Place, and Nakhtmin (Nht-Mn.w) , servant in the Place of Truth, Late 18th Dynasty (Horemheb?)
Parents of Nu: Pia and Mutnefert; Wife: Khatnesut
Parents of Nakhtmin: Minhotep and Nefertary; Wife: Sekhmet
292. Peshedu, Servant in the Place of Truth, Temp. Seti I - Rameses II
Father: Hehnekhu; Wife: Makhay
293. Ramessesnakht (R'msjw-nhtw), High priest of Amun, Temp. Rameses IV
Father: Merubaste (Chief Steward of the Lord of the Two Lands)
A fragment was found with the name of Nebmarenakht, Governor of the town and Vizier, Tem. Rameses IX or XI
Kampp gives the tomb as belonging to Huy (Hj)
294. Amenhotep, Overseer of the granary of Amun, Temp. Amenhotep III;
The tomb may have belonged to Sen-djehuty instead?
Tomb taken over later by Rema, Wab-priest of Amun, Early Ramesside Period
Wife of Roma: Hathor.
295. Thutmose called Paroy (or Tuthmosis and Paroy), Head of the secrets in the Chest of Amubis, sem-priest in the Good House, Embalmer, Temp. Tuthmosis IV - Amenhotep III (?)
Parents: Sennuter (sem-priest in the Good House) and Senemioh(bet);
Wives: Nefertary and Rennutet.; Son: Huy.
296. Nefersekheru (Nfr-shr.w), Scribe of divine offerings of all gods, Officer of the treasury, Reign of Ramesses II297. Amenemopet called Thonufer (Jmn-m-jp.t, Jmn-m-jp3.t, also called T3-nfr.t), Scribe, Counter of grain of Amun, Overseer of the fields, early-mid 18th Dynasty
Wives: Kah, Nedjem-Mut, and Nefertari.
A daughter of Nefersekheru and Nefertari, named Hener, is mentioned three times in the tomb.
Three sons are depicted, but only one is ever named: Amenemipet, Military Scribe of the Lord of the Two Lands.
298. Baki, Foreman in the Place of Truth, and (father?) Wennefer, Servant of Pharaoh in the Place of Truth, Ramesside Period
Wife of Baki: Taysen; Wife of Wennefer: Maia.
299. Inherkhau, Foreman of Pharaoh in the Place of Truth, Rameses III -Rameses IV
See also TT359 Father: Hay (Foreman in the Place of Truth); Wife: Wab
Kitchen lists this tomb as belonging to the time of Ramesses II and gives different information:
Anhurkhau, foreman of Pharaoh in the Place of Truth
Son of Qaha, Chief Workman in the Place of Truth (possibly TT360?)
His son was named Hay, servant of the Lord of the Two lands. Another son is named Kenro, Servant in the place of the thruth.
A Lady of the house Henut-djuu is mentioned.
301. Hori (Hr.j), Scribe of the table of Pharaoh in the Amun domain, Ramesside Period
302. Para'emheb (P3-R'-m-h3b), Overseer of the magazine, Ramesside Period
Father: Userhet (Head of the magazine of Amun)
303. Paser, Head of the magazine of Amun, Third Prophet of Amun Ramesside Period
304. Piay, Scribe of the offering-table of Amun, Scribe of the Lord of the Two Lands. Ramesside Period
305. Paser, wab-priest in front of Amun, Ramesside Period
306. Irdjanen, Door-opener of the Amun domain, Ramesside Period
Wife: Mutenopet. Sons: Nakht-harerau and Pathenfy.
307. Thonufer, Ramesside Period or Dynasty 21
308. Kemsit (Kmsj.t, Kmzjt) , Sole adornment of the king, Prophetess of Hathor, Dynasty 11 Mentuhotep-Nebhepetre.
Princess Kauit is mentioned in a relief.
309. name unknown, Ramesside Period
310. name unknown, Chancellor of the King of Lower Egypt, Dynasty 11
311. Khety (Htj, Ht.jj), Treasurer of the King of Lower Egypt, Dynasty 11 Mentuhotep-Nebhepetre.
The name is sometimes translated as Akhtoy.
312. Nespaqashuty (Ns-P3-q3j šsw.tj), Governor of town and Vizier, Temp. Psametik I and later
Mother: Irterau (TT390) (Female scribe, Chief attendant of the Divine Adoratrix Nitocris)
Maternal grand-parents: Ipwer (Divine Father of Amun) and Tashaiu
313. Henenu (Hnn.w), Great steward, Dynasty 11 Mentuhotep-Nebhepetre and Mentuhotep-Sankhare.
314. Horhotep (Hrw-htp(w), Hr-htp), Seal-bearer of the King of Lower Egypt, Henchman, Dynasty 11
315. Ipi, Governor of the town and Vizier, Judge, Dynasty 11 Mentuhotep-Nebhepetre
316. Neferhotep, head archer, early Middle Kingdom
Mother: Nebiotef; Wife: Mery(t)
317. Thutnefer, Scribe of the counting of corn in the granary of divine offerings of Amun, Temp. Tuthmosis III (?)
Parents: Senires (Mayor) and Taiy; Wife: Titau
318. Amenmose, Necropolis-worker of Amun, Temp. Tuthmosis III - Hatshepsut (?);
Wife: Henut Son: Akh
Four statues were found: Amenmose, Henut, and Ipu (Necropolis-worker of Amun) and his wife Amesha.
319. Neferu, king's daughter, dau. Of Mentuhotep-Sankhibtaui,
and Iah, king's wife, wife of Mentuhotep-Nebhepetre Dynasty 11
320. Inhapy, early Dynasty 18,
The tomb was used in Dynasty 21 to rebury bodies from tombs of kings and their families. This is the famous DB320 tomb containing a cache of royal mummies
321. Khaemopet, servant in the Place of Truth, Ramesside Period - Ramesses II
Parents (?): Bukentef and Iy; Wife: Maani
322. Penshen'abu, Servant in the Place of Truth, Ramesside Period - Ramesses II
323. Pashedu, Outline-draughtsman in the Place of Truth and in the Temple of Sokar, Temp. Sety I
Parents: Amenemhet (Outline-draughtsman in the Temple of Sokar) and Mutnefert
324. Hatiay (H3.t.j3j) , Overseer of all the prophets of all the gods, high priest of Sobek, scribe of the Monthu temple, Temp. Ramses II
Mother: Nefertary; Wife: Iuy; Son: Penne called Sunero, married to Maiay
Time of Aye, Horemheb, Ramesses I, Sety I according to Kampp. However, Davies asserted it dated to Merneptah, while Habachi suggested Ramesses V to Ramesses VII.
325. Smen (Smn),18th Dynasty
326. Pashedu, Foreman, See TT3.
327. Terebay (Twr-b3j.j) or Turo (Twrw), Servant in the Place of Truth, Ramesside Period - Ramesses II
Wife: Tuy(a) Sons: Qaha and Paser.
328. Hay (H3.jj, H3jt) , servant in the Place of Truth, Ramesside Period
Son of Huy and Hunero
Sons: Ptahmose (married to Sheritre – and Baket?), Mosu, Setau?
Daughters: Hurero and Baket-Min; His daughter’s daughter Wernuro.
Mose and Henutwat, had at least two sons: Ipy and Iahnufer.
Ipy was married to Bakt, and Iohnufer's son Mose B was buried in this tomb.
Mosi, husband of Taqat and Ty (Iyti) (Kitchen); or Katet (Porter and Moss)
Son of Iahnufer and Wadjet-ronpet
Mosi’s son is Amenemope (married to Nofretma), son of Iyti?
And Amenwahsu, servitor of Amun.
Apiy, husband of Baket.
Sons: Qenhirkhopshef, Servant in the Place of Truth and Aniy
330. Karo, Servant in the Place of Truth, Ramesses II
Son of Simut and Pashedet
Wife: Takha., Nubkhati
Sons: Pashed, Huy, Userhat, Huynefer
Daughters: Mertseger, Tentopet, Iyi, Pashed, Nefertari, Henut-djuu, Henut-merut
Brothers: Mahu - Chief Fowl Keeper of Amun; Khay- Stonemason of Amun, Huy- stonemason; Simut - servant of Amun
Sisters: Taweret, Irytnemeh
331. Penne (P3-n-njwt, P3-n-nwt) called Sunero (Srr, Sw-n-r3), High priest of Monthu, Time of Ramesses II (first half of his reign)
Father: Hatiay (TT324); Wife: Maiay (Chief of the harem of Monthu)
332. Penrenenutet (P3-n-rnn-wtt), Chief watchman of the granary of the Amun domain, Ramesside Period
333. name unknown, Temp. Amenhotep III
334. name unknown, Temp. Amenhotep III
335. Nakhtamun (Nht-Jmn), servant in the Place of Truth, Reign Rameses II - Merneptah.
Parents: Piay and Nefertka Wife: Nubemshaset,
Sons: Amenemopet and Piay; Brothers: Ipuy (TT217), Neferronpet (TT336) and Neferhotep.
Many individuals are shown in the tomb:
Two sons ofer to Ken(TT4) and his wife Henutmehyt.
Son Amenemopet offers bouquet to Minmose and his wife Isis.
The wife Nubemshaset is shown before her parents Peshedu (TT292) and Makhay.
Neferronpet (TT336) and wife Huynefert are shown.
Khaemteri (TT220) and his wife are shown at a banquet.
336. Neferrenpet, servant in the Place of Truth, Reign Ramesses II - Merenptah.
Parents: Piay and Nefertka Wife: Huynefert.
Neferrenpet is a brother of Nakhtamun (TT335)
337. Qen, chiseller in the Place of Truth, Temp. Rameses II.
See also TT4
Usurped by Eskhons 21st or 22nd Dynasty
338. May, Outline-draughtsman of Amun, late 18th Dynasty
339. Huy, Servant in the Place of Truth and Pashedu, Servant in the Place of Truth, Necropolis stonemason of Amun in Karnak. Temp. Rameses II
Parents of Huy: Seba and Nefertiyti; Father of Peshedu: Harmose.
Wife of both: Takheru
340. Amenemhat, servant in the Place of Truth, early-mid 18th Dynasty
Parents: Ma'enhut and Hut. Wives: Reditiah and Nubneferet.
Son Sennefer is also featured in the tomb?
341. Nakhtamun, Head of the altar in the Ramesseum, Temp. Rameses II
Wife: Kemena. His son was named Abu-Arnun.
342. Thutmose, Hereditary prince, Herald of the king, Temp. Tuthmosis III
Mother: Tabenert; Wife: Tepihu.
343. Benia called Paheqamen (Bnj3, P3-hq3-mn), Overseer of works, child of the nursery, early 18th Dynasty Possibly Tuthmosis III.
Parents: Irtonena and Tirukak. The name of the mother, Tirukak, may be of Mitanni origin and the name of the father, Irtonena, may point to relations to the Hurrians,
Benia's tomb on osiris.net
344. Piay (Pj3jj), Overseer of herds of Amun-Ra in Thebes, Royal scribe of the herds of Amenhotep I, Ramesside Period Perhaps time of Ramesses II
345. Amenhotep, wab-priest, Eldest king's son of Thutmose I, Temp. Tuthmosis I to Tuthmosis III / Hatshepsut.
Parents: Senidjehuty and Takhrod; Wife: Renay
Son: Akheperkare'sonb (Priest in front of Tuthmosis I)
346. Amenhotep, Overseer of the women of the inner palace quarters for the Divine Adoratrix Tentipet, Temp. Ramses IV
Probably usurped from Penre (P3-n-R’), Chief of the Medjay, Overseer of the Lands of Syria, Temp. Rameses II
347. Hori, scribe of the district, Ramesside Period
348. name unknown, Chief steward, Unique friend, Mayor, 18th Dynasty;
Tomb taken over later by Na'amutnakht, Door-opener of the Gold House of Amun, Third Intermediate Period (22nd Dynasty)
Parents of Naamutnakht: Nezem (Door-opener of the Gold House of Amun) and Suru.
349. Thay (T3j) , Overseer of fowl-pens, early Dynasty 18 Reign of Hatshepsut / Tuthmosis III
Mother: Ipu; Wife: Amenhotep.
350. [É]y, Scribe of the counting of bread, Temp. Tuthmosis IV
Wife: Nefertwah, Nurse of the King's son Menkheperure (Tuthmosis IV)
351. Abau ('3-b3.w), Scribe of cavalry, Ramesside Period
352. name unknown, Overseer of the granary of Amun, Ramesside Period
353. Senenmut (Sn-n-mw.t), high steward, Temp. Hatshepsut
354. name unknown perhaps Amenemhet, early 18th Dynasty Reign of Amenhotep II / Tuthmosis IV
355. Amunpahapy (Jmn-p3-H'pj), Servant in the Place of Truth, 20th Dynasty
Mother: hunuro; Wife: Henutekhune
356. Amenemwia, Servant in the Place of Truth, 19th Dynasty
Father: Amak (Servant in the Place of Truth); Wife: Wadjronpet.
Son: Amenemonet; Brother: Ken
357. Thuthermeketef (Dhwty-hr-m'k-t.f), Servant in the Place of Truth, Ramesses II
Son of Nebdjefa, Chief of Manoeuvre(?) in the Place of Truth
Sons: Nakht-Thuty, Servant in the Place of Truth
Daughters: Nehinay and Nofretiyti.
Brothers: Harnufer, Chief of Manoeuvre(?) in the Place of Truth and Huy, Scribe.
359. Inherkhau (Khai-Inherka) (H’j-Jnhr.t) , foreman in the Place of Truth, Rameses III - Rameses IV
His wife Webet, (Chantress of Amun); Sons: Kenna and Harmin.
Also mentioned is Nakhtemmut (Head of the works in the Place of Truth).
360. Qeh, Foreman in the Place of Truth, Temp. Rameses II
Parents: Huy (Main carpenter in the Place of Truth) TT361 and Tanehesi
361. Huy, Main carpenter in the Place of Truth, Temp. Seti I
Parents: Hay and Takhat; Wife Tanehesi
362. Pa'anemwaset (P3-'n-m-w3s.t), wab-pirest of Amun, Late 19th Dynasty - 20th dynasty
Wife: Hathor. Son: Hory
363. Para'emheb (P3-R'-m-h3b) , Overseer of singers of Amun, Late 19th Dynasty - 20th dynasty
364. Amenemheb (Jmn-m-h3b), Scribe of the divine offerings of all the divinities of Thebes, 19th Dynasty - 20th dynasty
365. Nefermenu (Nfr-mn.w), Overseer of wig-makers of Amun in Karnak, Scribe of the treasury of Amun, Temp. Tuthmosis III
366. Djar (D3rj, Zar), king's guard of the inner palace, Dynasty 11 Temp. Mentuhotep-Nebhepetre
367. Paser, Head of the Bowmen, Child of the nursery, Companion of His Majesty, Temp. Amenhotep II
368. Amenhotep Huy, Overseer of sculptors of Amun in Thebes, late 18th- early 19th Dynasty
Parents: Hati (Overseer of Sculptors of the Pharaoh) and Ipy;
Wife: (Mery)mut; Sons: Nahuher and Amenwashu.
369. Kaemwaset, High priest of Ptah, Third priest of Amun, 19th Dynasty
370. Neb-neshem (Nb-nšm, Nb-šm), king's scribe, Ramesside Period Time of Ramesses II - Merenptah
371. name unknown, Ramesside Period
372. Amenkhau, Overseer of carpenters of the temple of king Ramesses III, Temp. Rameses III
Mother: Ma'etnefert; Wife: Nefertery-emhab.; Son: Tuthemhab (wab-priest of Amun)
373. Amenmessu (Jmn-ms, Jmn-msj(w)), Scribe of the altar of the Lord of the Two Lands, Ramesside Period (Ramesses II)
374. Amenemopet (Jmn-m-jp3.t, Jmn-m-jpt), Treasury scribe in the Ramesseum, 19th Dynasty
375. name unknown, Ramesside Period
376. Meryre (Mr-R’) 18th Dynasty Reign of Tuthmosis IV
377. name unknown, Ramesside Period
378. name unknown, 19th Dynasty
379. name unknown, Ramesside Period
380. Ankhefen-Re-Horakhty, Chief in Thebes, Ptolemaic Period
Parents: Thut and Esnuter.
381. Perhaps Amenemonet, Messenger of the King to every land, Ramesside Period (Ramesses II)
A headless statue of Amenemonet was reported in 1931-32
382. Usermontu, First Prophet of Monthu, Time of Ramesses II
High Priest of Montu, Lord of thebes, High Steward, Superintendent of the Cattle, Superintendent of the Granary, Treasury-Chief
Wife: Ty, Chief of the Harem of Montu.
Possibly son of Khons, called To (or nephew?)
383. Merymose (Mrj-ms), Viceroy of Kush, Temp. Amenhotep III
Merymose is shown with Huy, his scribe of documents.
He has been referred to as a son of Amenhotep III. This may be a misinterpretation of the title King's Son of Kush.
384. Nebmehyt (Nb-mhj.t) , Priest of Amun in the Ramesseum, 19th Dynasty
Wife: Beketsekhmet (Songstress of Amun in the Ramesseum)
385. Hunefer (H3w-nfr), Mayor of Thebes, Overseer of the granary of divine offerings of Amun 19th Dynasty.
Son of the Mayor of Thebes Paser and Tuia, chantress of Amun.
Brother of Nebsumenu (TT183)
Wife: Nehty (Nuhet) , but Hunefer's wife is named Inihy in TT183
386. Intef, Chancellor of the King of Lower Egypt, Overseer of Soldiers, Middle Kingdom
387. Meryptah, Royal scribe of the altar of the Lord of the Two Lands, Temp. Rameses II.
Wife: Neb[..] See TT25
388. Unknown Late period / Saite.
389. Basa (B3s3, Bs), smati-priest, Chamberlain of Min, hsk-priest, Mayor of Thebes, Late Period - Saite
Parents: Amenemonet (Prophet of Min) and Neferuneith;
Wives: Tahert and Beteb; Daughter: Ptahardais (daughter of Beteb)
Basa's name is written in two different ways (One looks more like Bes the other like Basa).
390. Irtyrau (Jrt-jr.w, Jrj-jr.w), Female scribe, Chief attendant of the divine adoratix Nitiqret, Temp. Psametik I
Parents: Ipwer (Divine Father of Amun) and Tashaui;
Grand-father: Zeho (Divine Father of Amun);
Son: Nespekashuti (Governor of the town and Vizier)
Both Nitiqret and Shepenwepet III are shown in the tomb.
391. Kerebasken (K3-r-b3-s3-kn, Krbskn), Prophet of Khonsemweset-Neferhotep, Fourth prophet of Amun, Mayor of the City, Dynasty 25
392. name unknown, Late Period - Saite
393. name unknown, early-mid 18th Dynasty
394. name unknown, Ramesside Period
395. name unknown, Ramesside Period
396. name unknown possibly Minmose, 18th Dynasty
The name of Minmose (Mnw-ms) comes from Kampp
397. Nakht, wab-priest of Amun, Overseer of the magazine of Amun, First king's son of Amun, 18th Dynasty
Wife: Senhotep (royal concubine)
398. Kamose called Nentowaref (K3-msj, N-T3-w3j-r.f), Child of the nursery, 18th Dynasty (Before the time of Hatshepsut)
399. name unknown, Ramesside Period
In north adjoining tomb (399A): Penrennu (?), Ramesside Period
400. Pa-en-amun (P3-n-Jmn (?)), Possibly from the time of Amenhotep II - Tuthmosis IV.401. Nebseny, overseer of goldsmiths of Amun, Temp. Tuthmosis III - Amenhotep II (?)
402. name unknown, Temp. Tuthmosis III - Amenhotep II (?)
403. Merymaat (Mrj-m3'.t), Temple scribe, Steward Dynasty 19 to 20 - Ramesside
Tomb is located on south side of courtyard of TT346 (Paenre), adjoining K271 (unknown).
Kampp, dates the tomb to the Ramesside era on the basis of its architectural style and funerary cones.
404. Akhamenrau (3h(.t)-Jmn-r.w), Chief steward of the Divine Adoratrix, Dynasty 25 Temp. Amenardis I and Shepenwepet II.
Parents: Pekiry (Prophet of Amun) and Mereskhons
Succeeded Harwa (TT37) in the function of Great Stewart of the Divine Adoratrice of Amun-Ra.
405. Khenty, Nomarch, First Intermediate Period
Father: probably Ihy (TT186); Wife: Meritiotes (Prophetess of Hathor)
406. Piay, Scribe of the altar of the Lord of the Two Lands, Ramesside Period
407. Bintenduatnetjer (Bnr.t-n-dw3.t-ntr, binty-n-dw3-ntr), Chamberlain of the Divine Adoratrix, Late Period - Saite
408. Bakenamun, head of estate-workers of the Amun domain, Ramesside Period
Wife: Tentwadjui; Sons: Amenemhab, Amenkhau, and Iufenamun.
409. Samut called Kyky (S3-mw.t, Kjkj, Z3-mwt), accountant of cattle of the Amun domain, Temp. Rameses II
Simut had two wives: Raiay, chantresss of Amun and Mut and Tasmont (Tasemenet), chantress of Mut.
Possibly the son of Meryre, Scribe who reckons the cattle of all the gods of Thebes, and Tutuia, chantress of Amun
Several inscriptions are dedicated to Mut.
Mentioned in the tomb are the chief of the hunters of Amun, Siroy and his wife Tutuia (Tawerethotepi), a chantress of Amun. (same as TT233?)
Also mentioned is Amenemope, hunter of Amun and keeper of the animal pens, son of the dignitary Meryre. (Brother of Simut?) (Compare Amenmose TT149?)
Included in the tomb are statues of Meryre and Tutuia. Published by Dr Maged Negm obtained his PH.D from Helwan University, Egypt in conjunction with the University of Liverpool. http://www.osirisnet.net/tombes/nobles/kyky/e_kyky.htm
Theban Tombs 410-415 - added since the second edition of B. Porter and R. Moss, Topographical Bibliography of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts, Reliefs and Paintings, I. The Theban Necropolis, Part I. Private Tombs, Oxford 1960410. Mutirdis (Mw.t-jr-dj-s.t), Chief follower of the god's priestess, Late Period
411. Psamtek, Late Period
412. Qenamun, king's scribe, Hatshepsut to Tuthmosis III
According to Kampp, the tomb cannot date to later than Hatshepsut on the basis of its artistic and architectural remains.
413. Unasankh (Wnjs-'nh, ‘nh-Wnjs), overseer of Upper Egypt, Overseer of the double granary, Nomarch , late Old Kingdom
414. Ankhhor ('nh-Hr) , mayor of Memphis, Oxyrhynchus and Bahriya oasis, high steward of the god's priestess, Late Period Time of Nitoqris.
415. Amenhotep, Chief physician of Amen, Temp. Rameses III
Theban Tombs known from early modern records, but exact location no longer known
A series: in the Dra Abu al-Nega area (1-3 north valley, 4-18 main hill, 19-25 middle valley, 26 south valley)
A1. Amenemhat, ka-priest, 18th Dynasty
A2. name unknown, Dynasty 17 (?) Known as "Tomb of the Dancers"
A3. Ruru (Rr) , chief of police, New Kingdom Wife: Neferti
A4. Siuser, Scribe, Counter of grain, Mayor of the Southern City, Overseer of the granary, mid Dynasty 18 Reigns of Hatshepsut and Tuthmosis III
A5. Neferhotep, Overseer of the granary, Temp. Tuthmosis III - Amenhotep II
A6. Thutnefer called Senu (Dhwtj-nfr, Snw, overseer of marsh-lands of the Pharaoh, 20th Dynasty (Reign of Tuthmosis III according to Kampp)
A7. Amenhotep,Scribe, Counter of [..],18th Dynasty Wife: Mut[ardais] (?)
A8. Amenemhab, Royal Scribe, Steward in the mansion of Amenhotep I on the west of Thebes, Overseer of the Granary of Amun, 18th - 19th Dynasty Parents: Mahu and Kanuro; Wife: Tanefert (or Taysennefert)
A9. name unknown, Temp. Amenhotep II
A10. Thutnefer (Dhwtj-nfr), Royal scribe, Overseer of the treasury, Chief lector in the Good House, early - mid 18th Dynasty
Parents: Kamose (Judge) and Senhotep; Wife: Tabia Son: Teti
A11. Amen-Khaemwaset (Jmn-h’j.w-m-w3s.t, H`j-m-W3s.t), 18th dynasty before Tuthmosis IV
Wife: Takha; Sons: Neferhotep and User.
A12. Nebwenenef, overseer of marsh-dwellers of the Amun domain, Ramesside Period (?)
His wife is a prophetess of Hathor.
A13. Paimose (P3-ms or P3.j-ms), Sealer of the storehouse of gifts, Follower of the king in all foreign lands 18th Dynasty
A14. name unknown, Temp. Rameses II
A15. Amenemheb, Head doorkeeper of the Amun domain, Ramesside Period
A16. Thuthotep, Beloved royal scribe, Steward of the Southern City, Ramesside Period
A17. Userhat, Head of measurers of the granary of the Amun domain, Ramesside Period Wife: Hathor
A18. Amenemopet, Prophet of Amen-Re, Secretary, Head of scribes in the Amun domain, Ramesside Period
Father: Pa'ankhemdiamun; Wife: Ankhenkhons Sons: Esamun, Djementefankh, Kehnsmose, and Pedekhons
A19. Amenhotep, Mayor of Tjeny (Thinis), Overseer of the prophets of Onusis, trusted friend of the Pharaoh, 18th Dynasty
A20. (Pa)Nakht, Overseer of the granary of Amun, Temp. Ahmose
A21. name unknown, late 18th Dynasty (?)
A22. Neferhabef (Nfr-hb.f) , Scribe, Counter of grain, 18th Dynasty Reign of Tuthmosis IV.
A23. Pen'ashefyt (P3-n-‘3-sfi(.t)) , Divine Father of Amun, of Mut, and of Amen-Re, Geat [writer?] of letters, Overseer of the treasury, probably Ramesside Period
A24. Samut, Second prophet of Amun, Overseer of the treasury of gold and silver, Sealer of every contract in Karnak, Temp. Amenhotep III
A25. name unknown, 18th Dynasty
A26. name unknown, Ramesside Period
A27. Say, king's scribe of the altar, New kingdom
A28. Nakht (?), Ramesside Period
B series: area of Khokha
B1. Me(he)hy (Mh.jj), wab-priest of Amun in Karnak , Temp, Rameses III
B2. Amenneferu (Jmn-nfr.w), wab-priest at the fore, Temp. Tuthmosis III
B3. Hauf (H3w.f), Head of the kitchen of the Amun domain, Late Period - Saite
C series: Sheikh abd al-Gurna area (1-4 north-east slope, 5-15 plain)C1. Amenhotep, Overseer of carpenters of Amun, Temp. Amenhotep III
Father: Iuty (Chamberlain); Wife: Tiyi Brother: Neferhotep (wab-priest of Khons)
C2. Amenemhat,Noble at the head of the People, Temp. Ahmose - Amenhotep I
C3. Amenhotep, deputy treasurer, Dynasty 18 Tuthmosis III - Amenhotep II Parents: Ahmose (Overseer of the pool (?) of the king of Lower Egypt, Scribe) and Neh. This tomb is the resting place of Sennefer's (TT99) daughter Renena and her husband Amenhotep. ('deputy of the overseer of seal-bearers).
C4. Merymaat, wab-priest of Maat, late Dynasty 18 (?) Parents: Sennuter (wab-priest of Maat) and Henut-sha; Wife: Amenhotep
C5. name unknown, late Dynasty 18 (?)
C6. Ipy, Overseer of boats in the temple of king Thutmose IV, Temp. Tuthmosis IV
Mother: Tuy; Wife: MertsegerSons: Denreg (High priest of Monthu) and Piay (High Priest of Tuthmosis IV)
Wife of Denreg is named Thepu.
C7. Hormose, Head guard of the treasury in the Ramesseum, Temp. Ramesses II
C8. Nakht, Overseer of fowl-pens in the Amun domain, 18-19th Dynasty
C9 not now considered separate entity
C10. Penrenenu (P3-n-rnw), scribe of the offering-table, Dynasty 18
C11. Nebseny (Nb.sn.j,), Overseer of goldsmiths of Amun, Overseer of all works silver and gold, Temp. Tuthmosis III
Mother: Teti; Wife: Tanefert.
C12. Mahu (Mh), Overseer of the gate, date unknown
C13. name unknown, Ramesside period
C14. Ankhefenthut (`nh.f-n-Dhwtj) called Neferibre-seneb, Late Period - Saite
C15. name unknown, Overseer of the two houses of gold, Overseer of the two houses of silver, Dynasty 18 probably Tuthmosis III Neferweben, son of Amethu (TT83) is Mentioned.
D series: Qurnet Murai areaD1. Nehy (Nh.j), Viceroy of Nubia, Governor of the South Lands, Temp. Tuthmosis III
D2. Peterssuemhebsed (Ptr-sw-m-hb-sd), New Kingdom - Ramesside?
D3. Amenemhab called Mahu (Jmn-m-hb, Mh), Steward of [...], Dynasty 18 - Reign of Tuthmosis III
unnumbered Hatiay Amenhotep III, Akhenaten New Kingdom Overseer of the double granary of the Temple of the Aten Wife of Hatiay: Henutwedjebu Exact location of the tomb of Hatiay is unknown. According to PM 1/2, 672, tomb is located 10 meters north of the unnumbered tomb of Montusaf ("Rhind Papyri tomb").
E1. Amenhotep (Jmn-htp) - 19th Dynasty (Assasif)
E2. Perhaps Nebamen (Nb-Jmn) a Scribe and counter of grain. Time of Amenhotep III (Dra-abu el Naga)
1. Porter,B. and Moss R.L.B., Topographical Bibliograpy of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts, Reliefs and Paintings: The Theban Necropolis, Part One: Private Tombs. Second Edition. Griffith Institute. Oxford. 1994
6. Nile Currents, an overview of excavations in Egypt by Salima Ikram. Published in KMT: A Modern Journal of Ancient Egypt.
7. Tomb of Nobles Page at the Theban Mapping Project Page. Note: this page has an extensive bibliography for all of these tombs!