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Preceded by:
Wepwawetemsaf
(?)
Pharaoh of Egypt
Abydos Dynasty
Succeeded by:
Rahotep (?)
Pantjeny
Paentjeni
Reign
Uncertain, 17th century BC
Praenomen
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Sekhemre-Khutawy
Might of Re, who Protects the
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Nomen
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Pantjeny
The Man of Thinis
Legacy
Issue Djehuty-Aa (=Tao I?), Hotepneferu (?)
Burial Abydos (?)
Monuments Stela BM EA 630

Sekhemre-Khutawy Pantjeny (transliteration: pꜣ-n-ṯnỉ, meaning: "The Man of Thinis") was a Pharaoh of the Abydos Dynasty during the Second Intermediate Period. He ruled over northern parts of Upper Egypt.

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Predecessor:
Wepwawetemsaf (?)
Pharaoh of Egypt
Abydos Dynasty
Successor:
Rahotep (?)
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