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Research Article: Ancient Egypt 2675-332 B.c.e.: Architecture and Design

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Ineni

Late Dynasty 17 (1630–1539 B.C.E.)–Early Dynasty 18 (1539–1425 B.C.E.)

High Government Official
Superintendent of Royal Buildings

Varied Responsibilities.

Ineni held important offices in the administration of Egypt beginning with the reign of King Amenhotep I (1514–1493 B.C.E.) and ending in the reign of Thutmose III (1479–1425 B.C.E.). He held the titles Superintendent of the Granaries, Superintendent of Workmen in the Karnak Treasuries, Superintendent of the Royal Buildings, and Mayor of Thebes. His career probably stretched from late in Amenhotep I's reign to early in Thutmose III's reign, a period encompassing over twenty years. He was active in overseeing the excavation of the first tomb in the Valley of the Kings, belonging to Thutmose I (1493–1481 B.C.E.). He must also have been involved in building Hatshepsut&#x...

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