Theban Tombs Bibliography Template

The Theban Necropolis is located on the west bank of the Nile, opposite Luxor, in Egypt. As well as the more famous royal tombs located in the Valley of the Kings and Queens, there are numerous other tombs, more commonly referred to as Tombs of the Nobles, the burial places of some of the powerful courtiers and persons of the ancient city.

There are at least 415 cataloged tombs, designated TT for Theban Tomb. There are other tombs whose position has been lost, or for some other reason do not conform to this classification. Theban tombs tended to have clay Funerary cones placed over the entrance of the tomb chapels. During the New Kingdom they were inscribed with the title and name of the tomb owner, sometimes with short prayers. Of the 400 recorded sets of cones, only about 80 come from cataloged tombs.[1]

TT1–TT100[edit]

DesignationOwnerTitleLocationPeriod
TT1SennedjemServant in the Place of Truth[2]Deir el-MedinaRamesses II, 19th Dynasty
TT2KhabekhnetServant in the Place of Truth[2]Deir el-MedinaRamesses II, 19th Dynasty
TT3PasheduServant in the Place of Truth[2]Deir el-MedinaRamesses II, 19th Dynasty
TT4QenSculptor of Amun[2]Deir el-MedinaRamesses II, 19th Dynasty
TT5NeferabetServant in the Place of Truth[2]Deir el-MedinaRamesside Period
TT6Nebnefer or NeferhotepChief of Workmen[2]Deir el-MedinaHoremheb - Ramesses II, 19th Dynasty
TT7RamoseScribe in the Place of Truth[2]Deir el-MedinaRamesses II, 19th Dynasty
TT8KhaChief of the Great Place[2]Deir el-MedinaAmenhotep II, Tuthmosis IV and Amenhotep III
TT9AmenmoseServant in the Place of Truth[2]Deir el-MedinaRamesside Period
TT10Kasa / PenbuyServant in the Place of Truth[2]Deir el-MedinaRamesses II, 19th Dynasty
TT11Djehuty[3]Overseer of Treasury and of Works[2]Dra' Abu el-Naga'Hatshepsut - Tuthmosis III, 18th Dynasty
TT12Hery[3]Overseer of the Granary of Queen Ahhotep[2]Dra' Abu el-Naga'Tao II - Amenhotep I, 17th Dynasty - 18th Dynasty
TT13ShuroyChief of the Brazier-bearers of Amun[2]Dra' Abu el-Naga'20th Dynasty
TT14HuyPriest of Amenhotep, the Image of Amun[2]Dra' Abu el-Naga'Ramesses II, 19th Dynasty
TT15Tetiky, son of RahotepMayor of Thebes[2]Dra' Abu el-Naga'Ahmose I, 18th Dynasty
TT16PanehsyProphet of Amenhotep of the Forecourt[2]Dra' Abu el-Naga'20th Dynasty
TT17NebamunScribe and Physician of the King[2]Dra' Abu el-Naga'Amenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT18BakiChief Weigher of the Gold of Amun[2]Dra' Abu el-Naga'Thutmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT19AmenmoseFirst Prophet of Amenhotep of the Forecourt[2]Dra' Abu el-Naga'20th Dynasty
TT20MontukherkhopshefMayor of Busiris[2]Dra' Abu el-Naga'Thutmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT21UserScribe and Steward of Thutmose I[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmose I, 18th Dynasty
TT22Meryamon / WahRoyal Butler / Eldest of the King[2]Sheikh Abd el-Qurna[2]18th Dynasty
TT23Tjay, also called ToRoyal Scribe of Dispatches[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaMerneptah, 19th Dynasty
TT24NebamunSteward of the Royal Wife Nebtu[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT25AmenemhebFirst Prophet of Khonsu[2]El-AssasifRamesses II, 19th Dynasty
TT26KhnumemhebOverseer of the Treasury in the Ramesseum[2]El-AssasifRamesses II, 19th Dynasty
TT27SheshonqChief Steward of the Princess Ankhnesneferibre[2]El-Assasif26th Dynasty
TT28HoriOfficer of the Estate of Amun[2]El-AssasifRamesside Period
TT29Amenemopet called PairyVizier, Governor of Thebes[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaAmenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT30Unknown, usurped by KhonsumoseSheikh Abd el-QurnaRamesses III, 19th Dynasty
TT31KhonsuFirst Prophet of Thutmose III[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaEarly 20th Dynasty
TT32DjehutymoseChief Steward of Amun[2]El-AssasifRamesses II, 19th Dynasty
TT33PediamenopetProphet and Chief Lector Priest[2]El-Assasif26th Dynasty
TT34MentuemhetFourth Prophet of Amun, Mayor of Thebes[2]El-Assasif25th Dynasty
TT35BakenkhonsFirst Prophet of Amun[2]El-Assasif20th Dynasty
TT36IbiChief Steward of the "Adorer of the God"[2]El-Assasif26th Dynasty
TT37HarwaChief Steward of the Divine Wife[2]El-Assasif26th Dynasty
TT38DjeserkarasenebScribe, Counter of the Grain in the Granary of Amun[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaTuthmosis IV, 18th Dynasty
TT39PuimreSecond Prophet of Amun[2]El-KhokhaThutmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT40Amenhotep called HuyViceroy of Kush[2]Qurnet MuraiTutankhamen, 18th Dynasty
TT41Amenemopet, also called IpyChief Steward of Amun in Thebes[2]Sheikh Abd el-Qurna19th Dynasty
TT42AmenmoseCaptain of Troops, Eye of the King in Retenu[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT43NeferronpetKitchen-master of the King[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaAmenhotep I, 18th Dynasty
TT44AmenemhebPriest in Front of Amun[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaRamesside Period
TT45Thiut / TutemhebSteward of Mey, First Prophet of Amun / Chief Weaver of the Estate of Amun[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaAmenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT46RamoseSteward and Overseer of the Estate of Amun[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaAmenhotep III - Akhenaten, 18th Dynasty
TT47UserhetOverseer of the Royal Harim[2]El-AssasifAmenhotep III, 18th Dynasty
TT48Amenemhat, also called SurerChief Steward[2]El-KhokhaAmenhotep III, 18th Dynasty
TT49NeferhotepChief Scribe of Amun[2]El-KhokhaAy, 18th Dynasty
TT50NeferhotepDivine Father of Amun-Re[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaHoremheb, 18th Dynasty
TT51Userhat called NeferhabefFirst Prophet of Thutmose I[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaEarly 19th Dynasty
TT52NakhtScribe, Astronomer of Amun[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmosis IV, 18th Dynasty
TT53AmenemhatAgent of Amun[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT54Huy / KenroSculptor of Amun / Priest of Khonsu[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmosis IV - Amenhotep III, 18th Dynasty
TT55RamoseGovernor of Thebes, Vizier[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaAmenhotep III - Akhenaten, 18th Dynasty
TT56UserhetRoyal Scribe, Child of the Royal Nursery[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaAmenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT57KhaemhatRoyal Scribe, Overseer of Royal Granaries[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaAmenhotep III, 18th Dynasty
TT58Unknown,[2] usurped by Amenhotep and AmenemonetOverseer of the prophets of Amun and Scribe in the Temple of Ramesses II resp.Sheikh Abd el-QurnaAmenhotep III; usurped 19th or 20th dyn.
TT59QenFirst Prophet of Mut, Lady of Asher[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT60IntefiqerVizier of Senusret I[2]Sheikh Abd el-Qurna12th Dynasty
TT61Useramen, also called UserGovernor of Thebes, Vizier[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT62AmenemwaskhetOverseer of the Cabinet[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT63SebekhotepOverseer of the seal[4]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmosis IV, 18th Dynasty
TT64HekernehehNurse of the Royal Son[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmosis IV, 18th Dynasty
TT65Imiseba / NebamonChief of the Altar / Scribe of the Royal Accounts[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaHatshepsut, 18th Dynasty
TT66HepuVizier[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmosis IV, 18th Dynasty
TT67HapusenebFirst Prophet of Amun[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaHatshepsut, 18th Dynasty
TT68Espaneferhor or PenrenkhnumProphet of Amun[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaRamesside Period
TT69MennaScribe of the Fields of the King[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmosis IV - Amenhotep III?, 18th Dynasty
TT70AmenmoseOverseer of Artificers of Amun[2]Sheikh Abd el-Qurna
TT71Senenmut (unused)Chief Steward, Steward of Amun[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaHatshepsut, 18th Dynasty
TT72ReFirst Prophet of Amun[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaAmenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT73Amenhotep[5]Chief StewardSheikh Abd el-QurnaHatshepsut, 18th Dynasty
TT74TjanunyRoyal Scribe, Commander of Soldiers[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmosis IV, 18th Dynasty
TT75Amenhotep-si-seSecond Prophet of Amun[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmosis IV, 18th Dynasty
TT76ThenunaFan-bearer on the Right Side of the King[2]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmosis IV, 18th Dynasty
TT77Ptahemhet or RoyStandard-beaer of the King[6]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmosis IV, 18th Dynasty
TT78HoremhebSuperintendent of the Sacred Cattle, Captain of Archers[7]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmose III - Amenhotep III, 18th Dynasty
TT79Menkheper, also called MenkheperresenebScribe of the King's Granaries[7]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmose III - Amenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT80TutneferPrince, Scribe of the Treasury[7]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaAmenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT81IneniArchitect of Thutmose I[7]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaAmenhotep I - Thutmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT82AmenemhatScribe of the Grain[7]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT83Amethu called AhmoseVizierSheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT84Amunedjeh or MeryPrince, Chief Royal Herald, Steward of the Palace[7]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT85Amenemheb, also called MahuPrince, Royal Registrar[7]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmose III - Amenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT86MenkheperresenebHigh Priest of Amun[7]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT87MinnakhteSuperintendent of the Granaries[7]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT88Pehsukher, also called ThenenuPrince, Royal Registrar, Standard-Bearer of the King[7]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmose III - Amenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT89[8]AmenmoseSteward in the Southern CitySheikh Abd el-QurnaAmenhotep III, 18th Dynasty
TT90NebamonCaptain of Troops of Police on the West of Thebes, Standardbearer of the Royal Barque [9]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaTuthmosis IV - Amenhotep III, 18th Dynasty
TT91MeriSheikh Abd el-Qurna
TT92SuemnutCupbearer of the King [9]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaAmenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT93KenamonHigh steward, Royal Steward of Amenhotep II [9]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaAmenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT94Amy, also called RamoseFirst herald of the king, Fan-bearer on the right of the King [9]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaAmenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT95MeryHigh Priest of Amun [9]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaAmenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT96SenneferMayor of Thebes[7]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaAmenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT97AmenemhatHigh Priest of Amun [9]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaAmenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT98KaemheribsenThird Prophet of Amun [9]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmose III - Amenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT99Senneferi[10]Overseer of Seal BearersSheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmose III, 18th Dynasty
TT100RekhmireVizier[7]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaThutmose III - Amenhotep II, 18th Dynasty

TT101-TT200[edit]

DesignationOwnerTitleLocationPeriod
TT101ThanuroCupbearer of the KingSheikh Abd el-QurnaAmenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT102ImhotepRoyal scribe, child of the nurserySheikh Abd el-QurnaAmenhotep III, 18th Dynasty
TT103DagiGovernor of the town and Vizier,Sheikh Abd el-Qurna11th Dynasty
TT104TutneferOverseer of the TreasurySheikh Abd el-QurnaAmenhotep II, 18th Dynasty
TT105KhaemopetPriest of the noble standard of AmunSheikh Abd el-Qurna19th Dynasty
TT106Paser[11]Vizier, High Priest of AmunSheikh Abd el-Qurna19th Dynasty
TT107NefersekheruRoyal Scribe in the palace at MalkataSheikh Abd el-Qurna18th Dynasty
TT108NebseniHigh Priest of Inherit (Onuris)Sheikh Abd el-QurnaTuthmosis IV18th Dynasty
TT109MinMayor of Tjeny (Thinis), Overseer of the prophets of Onuris, Tutor of Amenhotep IISheikh Abd el-QurnaTuthmosis III18th Dynasty
TT110TutmosisCupbearer of the King, Herald of the kingSheikh Abd el-QurnaHatshepsut - Tuthmosis III18th Dynasty
TT111AmenwahsuScribe of God's Writings in the Amun Domain, Leader in the house of Amun, wab-priest of Sekhmet, Festival leader of all the gods in their annual feasts.Sheikh Abd el-QurnaRamesses II19th Dynasty
TT112Menkheperreseneb (later Ashefytemwaset)High priest of Amun (priest of Amun-aashefyt)Sheikh Abd el-QurnaTuthmosis III18th Dynasty, usurped during the Ramesside period.
TT113KynebuPriest in Temple for King Thutmose IV,Sheikh Abd el-QurnaRameses VIII
TT114UnknownHead Goldsmith in the Amun DomainSheikh Abd el-QurnaRamesside (20th Dynasty)
TT115UnknownSheikh Abd el-QurnaRamesside
TT116UnknownSheikh Abd el-QurnaTuthmosis IV to Amenhotep III(?) 18th Dynasty
TT117usurped by DjemutefankhDraughtsman of Mansion of GoldSheikh Abd el-QurnaOriginally 11th dynasty; usurped during the 21st Dynasty or 22nd Dynasty
TT118AmenmoseFanbearer on the Right of the KingSheikh Abd el-QurnaAmenhotep III? 18th Dynasty
TT119UnknownSheikh Abd el-QurnaHatshepsut - Tuthmosis III18th Dynasty
TT120AnenSecond Priest of Amun, Brother of Queen Tiye[12]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaAmenhotep III18th Dynasty
TT121AhmoseFirst Lector-priest of AmunSheikh Abd el-QurnaTuthmosis III18th Dynasty
TT122AmenemhatOverseers of the Production Area of AmunSheikh Abd el-QurnaTuthmosis III18th Dynasty
TT123AmenemhatScribe, Overseer of the granary, Counter of breadSheikh Abd el-QurnaTuthmosis III18th Dynasty
TT124RayOverseer of the storerooms of Pharaoh, Steward of the good god Tuthmosis ISheikh Abd el-QurnaTuthmosis I18th Dynasty
TT125DuaunehehFirst Herald, Overseer of the estate of AmunSheikh Abd el-QurnaHatshepsut18th Dynasty
TT126HormoseCommander-in-chief of Troops of the Amun domainSheikh Abd el-QurnaLate Period
TT127SememiahRoyal scribe, Overseer of all that growsSheikh Abd el-QurnaHatshepsut18th Dynasty
TT128PathenfyMayor of Edfu and ThebesSheikh Abd el-QurnaLate Period, 26th dynasty
TT129UnknownSheikh Abd el-Qurna18th Dynasty
TT130MayHarbour Master in ThebesSheikh Abd el-QurnaTuthmosis III, 18th Dynasty
TT131Useramun, called User[13]Vizier of Thutmose IIISheikh Abd el-QurnaTuthmosis III, 18th Dynasty
TT132RamoseGreat scribe of the king, Overseer of the treasuries of TaharqaSheikh Abd el-QurnaTaharqa
TT133NeferronpetChief of the weavers in the RamesseumSheikh Abd el-QurnaRamesses II
TT134Thauenany, also called Anypriest of king Amenhotep who navigates on the sea of AmunSheikh Abd el-Qurna19th Dynasty
TT135Bakenamonwab-priest at the fore of AmunSheikh Abd el-Qurna19th Dynasty
TT136UnknownRoyal Scribe of the Lord of the Two LandsSheikh Abd el-Qurna19th Dynasty
TT137Mosehead of works of Pharaoh in every monument of AmunSheikh Abd el-QurnaRamesses II
TT138NedjemgerOverseer of the garden in the RamesseumSheikh Abd el-QurnaRamesses II
TT139Pairiwab-priest in front of Amun, Overseer of peasants of AmunSheikh Abd el-QurnaAmenhotep III
TT140Kefia, also called NeferronpetGoldworker, Portrait sculptorDra' Abu el-Naga'18th Dynasty
TT141Bakenkhonswab-priest at the fore of AmunDra' Abu el-Naga'Ramesside Period
TT142SamutOverseer of works of Amun-Ra in KarnakDra' Abu el-Naga'Tuthmosis III - Amenhotep II
TT143UnknownDra' Abu el-Naga'
TT144NuOverseer of estate labourDra' Abu el-Naga'Tuthmosis III
TT145NebamonHead of bowmenDra' Abu el-Naga'18th Dynasty
TT146NebamonOverseer of the granary of Amun, Counter of grain, iny of the God's WifeDra' Abu el-Naga'Tuthmosis III
TT147[14]Heby / UnknownScribe who counts the cattle of Amun in Upper and Lower Egypt / Head Elder of the portal in KarnakDra' Abu el-Naga'
TT148AmenemopetPriest of Amun [9]Dra' Abu el-Naga'Ramesses III - Ramesses IV
TT149AmenmoseRoyal scribe of the table of the Lord of the Two Lands, Overseer of hunters of Amun[9]Dra' Abu el-Naga'Ramesside Period
TT150UserhetOverseer of cattle of Amun [9]Dra' Abu el-Naga'18th Dynasty
TT151HetyScribe, Counter of cattle of the God's Wife of Amun, Steward of the god's wife of Amun [9]Dra' Abu el-Naga'Tuthmosis IV
TT152UnknownDra' Abu el-Naga'18th Dynasty, usurped during the Ramesside Period.
TT153UnknownDra' Abu el-Naga'Seti I?
TT154TatiCupbearer [9]Dra' Abu el-Naga'18th Dynasty
TT155IntefGreat herald of the King[9]Dra' Abu el-Naga'18th Dynasty, Hatshepsut, Tuthmosis III
TT156PennesuttawyCaptain of troops, Governor of the South Lands [9]Dra' Abu el-Naga'Ramesses I
TT157NebwenenefHigh priest of Amun [9]Dra' Abu el-Naga'Ramesses II
TT158ThoneferThird prophet of Amun [9]Dra' Abu el-Naga'20th Dynasty
TT159RaiaFourth priest of Amun[9]Dra' Abu el-Naga'20th Dynasty
TT160BesenmutTrue king's acquaintance [9]Dra' Abu el-Naga'Late Period (Saite)
TT161NakhtBearer of floral offerings of Amun[9]Dra' Abu el-Naga'18th Dynasty, Amenhotep III?
TT162KenamonMayor of Thebes, Overseer of the Granary of Amun [9]Dra' Abu el-Naga'18th Dynasty, Amenhotep III
TT163AmenemhatMayor of Thebes, Royal Scribe [9]Dra' Abu el-Naga'19th Dynasty
TT164IntefScribe of recruits [9]Dra' Abu el-Naga'18th Dynasty, Tuthmosis III
TT165NehemawayGoldsmith [9]Dra' Abu el-Naga'18th Dynasty, Tuthmosis IV - Amenhotep III
TT166RamoseOverseer of works in Karnak, Overseer of cattle [9]Dra' Abu el-Naga'Horemheb - Sety I[9]
TT167UnknownDra' Abu el-Naga'18th Dynasty
TT168AnyDivine Father clean of hands, Chosen lector of the lord of the gods [9]Dra' Abu el-Naga'Ramesses II
TT169SenenaHead goldsmith of Amun [9]Dra' Abu el-Naga'Amenhotep III
TT170NebmehytScribe of recruits of the Ramesseum in the estate of Amun [9]Sheikh Abd el-QurnaRamesses II
TT171UnknownSheikh Abd el-Qurna18th Dynasty
TT172MentiywiRoyal Butler, child of the nursery [9]El-KhokhaTuthmosis III - Amenhotep II
TT173KhayScribe of divine offerings of the gods of Thebes [9]El-Khokha19th Dynasty
TT174Ashakhet[9]Priest in front of Mut[9]El-Khokha20th Dynasty
TT175Unknown[6]El-Khokha18th Dynasty
TT176UserhetServant of Amun, clean of hands [9]El-Khokha18th Dynasty
TT177AmenemopetScribe of Truth in the Ramesseum in the estate of Amun[9]El-KhokhaRamesses II
TT178Kenro, also called NeferrenpetScribe of the treasury in the Amun-Ra domainEl-KhokhaRamesses II
TT179NebamonScribe, Counter of grain in the granary of divine offerings of AmunEl-KhokhaHatshepsut
TT180UnknownEl-Khokha19th Dynasty
TT181Ipuky and NebamonSculptor of Pharaoh and Head sculptor of Pharaoh resp.El-KhokhaLate 18th Dynasty
TT182AmenemhatScribe of the matEl-KhokhaTuthmosis III
TT183NebsumenuChief Steward, Steward in the house of Ramesses IIEl-KhokhaRamesses II
TT184NefermenuMayor of Thebes, Royal ScribeEl-KhokhaRamesses II
TT185Senioker[15]Treasurer of the God, Hereditary Prince, Divine ChancellorEl-KhokhaFirst Intermediate Period
TT186Ihy[15]GovernorEl-KhokhaFirst Intermediate Period
TT187Pakhihetwab-priest of AmunEl-Khokha20th Dynasty
TT188ParenneferRoyal butler clean of hands, StewardEl-KhokhaAkhenaten
TT189NakhtdjehutyChief of carpenters and Goldworkers in the Amun domainEl-AssasifRamesses II
TT190EsbanebdedDivine Father, Prophet at the head of the kingEl-AssasifLate Period
TT191Wahibrenebpehti

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