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 The People of Akhetaten

 To organise the various personalities that were prominent in Akhenaten's world they are arranged in order of their tomb numbers found at Akhetaten (those who were not buried or had tombs there are listed at the bottom):

 Northern Group

0 - Rudua - name over north corner of door

1 - Huya

2 - Meryre II

3 - Ahmose

4 - Meryre I

5 - Pentu

6 - Pinhasy

 

 

 

 

 

 Southern Group

7 - Parennefer

8 - Tutu

9 - Mahu

10 - Ipy

11 - Ramose

12 - Nakht

13 - Neferkheperuhersekheper

14 - May

15 - Suti

16 - uninscribed

17 - uninscribed

18 - . . . Amu

19 - Suta

20 - uninscribed

21 - uninscribed

22 - uninscribed

23 - Iny

24 - Paatenemheb

25 - Ay

Others - some of uncertain burial place:

Meryneith - High Priest - his tomb has only recently been discovered (January 2001) at Saqqara, - the tomb appears to have robbed in antiquity - but work is still continuing on the first tomb from the time of Akhenaten to be discovered at Saqqara.

Thutmose - sculptor

Ma'nakhtuf - Chief Architect, Master of Works at Akhetaten, "The apprentice whom his majesty taught"

Bek

Auta (Putha)

Anen

Apuy - Overseer of the offerings of Amun in Apt, tomb at Thebes.

Huy - Overseer of Merchants, wife was Nezemnefer

Khaemuas (buried at Memphis)

Meryneit - 'Keeper of the temple' (buried at Saqqara)

Nanay (buried at Thebes?)

Paari - Priest of Amun, buried at Thebes (father = Shery, sons - Ptahmes, Userhat, Amenhotep).

Ptahmery - 'Chief of goldsmiths of temple of Aten' (buried at Gizeh)

Ramose - vizier (buried at Thebes) - had the old and new 'art' versions of Amenhotep IV.