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Amenhotep II (Amenophis) (about 1428-1397 BC)

Important king of the Eighteenth Dynasty. Campaigns attested in Western Asia. Inscriptions for the king emphasise his prowess in archery.

Horus name: Kanakht Werpehti
Nebty name: Weserefausekhaemwaset
Golden Falcon name: Itjiemsekhemefemtawnebu
Prenomen: Aakheperure
Nomen: Amenhotep

Burial place: rock cut tomb in Thebes (Valley of the Kings 35)

Attestations in the Petrie Museum:

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Objects from his mortuary temple in Thebes (West)

Further Attestations:

Inscriptions and monuments at Karnak:

Mentioned in biographies and on monuments of private persons (very selective):



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