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Amenemhat (son of Thutmose IV)

See Amenemhat for other individuals with this name.
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Amenemhat
in hieroglyphs

Amenemhat was a prince of the eighteenth dynasty of Egypt; the son of Pharaoh Thutmose IV.[1]

He is depicted in the Theban tomb TT64, which is the tomb of the royal tutors Heqareshu and his son Heqaerneheh.[2] He died young and was buried in his father's tomb in the Valley of the Kings, KV43, together with his father and a sister called Tentamun.[3] His canopic jars and possible mummy were found there.[4]

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