Amenemhet IV, the son
of Amenemhet III, possibly was quite elderly when he inherited
the throne as he ruled for a short nine years (short in terms
of other rulers of the dynasty). Few of his monuments have survived,
and little is known of events during his reign.
It is thought that he may of built a pyramid near Dahshur (no
inscriptions have been found at the site - the pyramid has been
identified with Amenemhet IV by the pyramid has slight technical
improvements on the pyramid of Amenemhet III (the pyramid of
Queen Sobeknefru has identified in a similar way)).