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Neferhotep
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nfr-ḥtp
"Perfect and Peaceful"
Dynasty 18th Dynasty
Pharaoh(s) Horemheb
Titles Priest of Amun
God's Father of Amun
Father Amenemonet
Mother Takhat
Burial TT50
For other pages by this name, see Neferhotep.

Neferhotep (transliteration: nfr-ḥtp, meaning: "Perfect and Peaceful" or "Beautiful Offering") was an ancient Egyptian Priest under Pharaoh Horemheb of the Eighteenth Dynasty during the New Kingdom. He served in the priesthood of Amun at Thebes and held the additional priestly title of "God's Father of Amun".[1]

Burial[]

Neferhotep was buried in his TT50 rock-cut tomb at Sheikh Abd el-Qurna, which is part of the greater Theban Necropolis.

References[]

  1. Rosalind & Janssen 1996.

Bibliography[]

  • Rosalind, M./Janssen, J.J., 1996: Getting Old in Ancient Egypt. Rubicon Press, London.
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