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Amenhotpe, son of Hapulocked

(b Athribis, nr Benha, c. 1440 bc; d c. 1350 bc).

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Ancient Egyptian architect and patron. Amenhotpe rose to prominence in his home town during the reign of Amenophis III (regc. 1391–c. 1353 bc) as a royal scribe and chief of the priests of the local god Khentekhtai. About 1390 bc he moved to the royal court at Thebes and was rapidly promoted by ...

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