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Dra Abu el-Naga ( Western Thebes )

Dra Abu el-Naga (23o44' N 32o27' E) is the necropolis on the West Bank in Thebes, and is adjoined to the north by the necropolis of el-Tarif and to the south by the necropoleis of Deir el-Bahari and el-Assasif. From 1921-1923, Clarence Fisher excavated this site His excavations included work in the tombs of New Kingdom officials and the mortuary complex of Amenhotep I and his wife Ahmes-Nefertari. Beginning in 1967, Lanny Bell continued work at this site concentrating on the epigraphic recording and conservation of the decorated rock-cut tombs of XIX Dynasty. Dra Abu el-Naga contains 114 rock tombs of officials and rulers.  Here are located also temple of Mentuhotep II, temples of Intefs (XI and XVII Dynasties) and pyramid-tomb of king Ahmose I and queen Tetisheri.
 

B   - Amenhotep I (XVIII Dynasty)
11  - Tut (XVIII Dynasty)
12  - Hray
13  - Shuroy (XX Dynasty)
14  - Huy
15  - Tetiky,
son of Ahmose (XVIII Dynasty)
16  - Panehsy (XX Dynasty)
17  - Nebamon (XVIII Dynasty)
18  - Baki
19  -
Amenmose (XX Dynasty)
20  - Montukherkhopshef
24  - Nebamon
140 - Kefia, also called Neferronpet (XVIII Dynasty)
141 - Bakenkhons
142 - Samut
143 - unknown
144 - Nu
145 - Nebamon
146 - Nebamon
147 - unknown
148 - Amenemopet
149 -
Amenmose
150 - Userhet
151 - Hety
152 - unknown
153 - unknown
154 - Tati (XVIII Dynasty)
155 - Intef (XVIII Dynasty)
156 - Pennesuttawy
157 - Nebwanenef
158 - Thonefer (XX Dynasty)
159 - Raia (XX Dynasty)
160 - Besenmut
161 - Nakht
162 - Kenamon
163 - Amenemhat
164 - Intef
165 - Nehemaway (XVIII Dynasty)
166 - Ramose (XX Dynasty)
167 - unknown
168 -
Any
169 - Senna
231 - Nebamon
232 - Tharwas
233 - Saroy and Amenhotep
234 - Roy
236 - Hornakht
237 - Wennefer
239 - Penhet
255 - Roy, royal scribe of Sesostris I (XII Dynasty)
260 - User (XVIII Dynasty)
261 - Khaemwaset
262 - unknown
281 - Mentuhotep Sankhkare
282 - Nakht
283 - Roma, also called Roy
284 - Pahemnetjer
285 - Iny
286 - Niay
287 - Pendua
288 - Bakenkhons
289 - Setau, viceroy of Kush
293 - Ramessenakhte
300 -
Anhotep, viceroy of Kush
301 - Hori
302 - Paraemheb
303 - Paser
304 -
Piay
305 - Paser
306 - Irdjanen
307 - Thonefer

332 - Penrenutet
333 - unknown
334 - unknown
344 - Piay
375 - unknown
376 - unknown
377 - unknown
378 - unknown
379 - unknown
401 - Nebseni
402 - unknown

Decoration from tomb of Roy - TT255

 

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