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el-Asasif ( Western Thebes )

El-Asasif is a small valley in West Thebes between Deir el-Bahari and Dra Abu el-Naga. The necropolis includes dozens of private graves and of nobles, dated to times mainly of Middle and New Kingdom, also the Late Period. Most famous are tombs of Montuemhat (TT34), the priset of Amon in times of Taharqa, tomb of Ankhhor (TT414) and of Pabasa (TT279).
 

Court of Ankhhor's tomb (TT414)   Pillared hall and burial shaft in the tomb of Pabasa (TT279)


25  - Amenemheb
26  - Khnumemheb
27  - Sheshonq
28  - Hori
29  - Pairi, also called Amenemopet

32  - Tutmosis
33  - Pediamenope
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34  - Mentuemhet, fourth prophet of Amun during the reign of Taharqa and Psametyk I, also mayor of Thebes
35  - Bakenkhons
36  - Ibi (XXVI Dynasty)
37  - Harwa (XXVI Dynasty)
47  - Userhet
189 - Nakhtdjehuty

190 - Esbanebded
191 - Wehebrenebpehti
192 - Kharuef, also called Senaa, steward to the Great Royal Wife Tiji (XVIII Dynasty)
193 - Ptahemheb
194 - Tutemheb
195 - Bakenamon
196 - Padihorresnet
197 - Padineith
240 - Meru
242 - Wehebre
243 - Pemu
244 - Pakharu
279 - Pabasa, grand chamberlain to the Nitocris, God's Wife of Amon
297 - Amenemopet, also called Djehutynefer or Thonefer
364 - Amenemheb
366 - Djar
386 - Intef
387 - Meryptah
388 - unknown
389 - Basa
390 - Irterau
404 - Akhamenerau
406 - Piay
407 - Bentenduanetjer
408 - Bakenamon
409 - Samut, also called Kiki, scribe
410 - Mutirdais
411 - Psamtek
412 - Kenamon
413 - Unasankh
414 - Ankhhor (XXVI Dynasty)
415 - Amenhotep

 

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