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El Khokha

Tombs at El Khokha:

Amenemipet TT41 - Amenemipet, called Ipy, was "Chief steward of Amen in the Southern City" during the reign of Ramses I and Seti I. He was the son of Nefertiu, a judge, and Iny, chantress of the Theban triad, and married to Nedjemet,
Djehuti TT110 - Djehuti was recently discovered and opened to the public. The ARCE team started the clearance in 2012 and worked at the tomb till 2017. The owner Djehuti was "Royal cup-bearer" for Hatshepsut and continued under Thutmose III. He was the
Djehutymes TT295 - Djehutymes lived during the reign of Thutmose IV and Amenhetep III, and this means the tomb was already there, only the entrance was on the other side south, so when Nefersekheru started to built his he stumbled on the backside
Neferrenpet TT178 - The tomb of Neferrenpet is located at El Kokha. Four tombs close next to each other, of which three can be visited, the fourth is permanently closed, all using the same courtyard. Neferrenpet, also called Kenro, held the title "Chief
Nefersekheru TT296 - Nefersekheru is the second of three tombs in El Kokha (1st Neferrenpet)and in fact the last possibility at this small courtyard, Neferrenpet (Ramses II) used the southern area, Nefermenu (Thutmose III), so he chose the western wall. Bad idea, because

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