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Ineofficial of the 18th Dynasty, responsible for major constructions un Egypt| Thutmose II]], Hatshepsut, and Thutmose III. The Eighteenth Dynasty is perhaps the most famous of all the dynasties of Ancient Egypt. ... Carved sphinx with face of Hatshepsut, Cairo Museum Maatkare Hatshepsut (c. ... Thutmose III (also written as Tuthmosis III; called Manahpi(r)ya in the Amarna letters) (? - 1426 BC), was Pharaoh of Egypt in the Eighteenth Dynasty. ...

Ineni came from an aristocratic family and likely began his career as an architect under Amenhotep I. Amenhotep I commissioned Ineni to expand the Temple of Karnak. The expansion included a barque shrineed from the actual tomb, presumably so it would not draw attl site. Amenhotep I died before the treasury could be completed but Ineni was retained by his successor, Thutmose I. Karnak is a village in Egypt that was once part of the ancient capital of Egypt, Thebes. ... In the 18th century, the British Royal Navy used the term Bark for a nondescript vessel which did not fit any of its usual categories. ...

An avid builder, Thutmose I commissioned many construction projects during his rule, including the first tod fifth pylons, numerous courts and statues, the completion oasury expansion begun by Amenhotep I, and had a hypostyle hall of cedar wood constructed at Karnak to commemorate Thutmose I's victory over the Hyksos. Pylon is the Greek term for a monumental gate or door built in front of an Egyptian temple. ... Species Cedrus deodara Cedrus libani    var. ... The Hyksos (Egyptian heka khasewet) were an ethnically mixed group of Southwest Asiatic people who appeared in the eastern Nile Delta during the Second Intermediate Period. ...

After the death of Thutmose I, Ineni was once again retained by the royal family. During the reigably ttion of her mortuary temple. If her favorites, and the stele on the walls of his tomb speak kindly of her. His tomb was one of the few structures where, Hatshepsut's name was not chiseled out or replaced, perhaps out of respect for him.
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Ankh Notable Ancient Egyptians edit Ankh
Old Kingdom Rulers: Narmer | Menes | Djoser | Sneferu | Khufu | Khafra | Menkaura | Pepi II
Middle Kingdom Rulers: Mentuhotep II | Mentuhotep IV | Senusret III | Amenemhat III | Sobekneferu
New Kingdom Rulers: Hatshepsut | Thutmose III | Amenhotep III | Akhenaten | Tutankhamun | Ramesses I | Ramesses II
Other Rulers: Psammetichus I | Shoshenq I | Piye | Taharqa | Ptolemy I | Cleopatra VII
Consorts: Tetisheri | Ahmose-Nefertari | Ahmose | Tiy | Nefertiti | Ankhesenpaaten | Nefertari | Mark Antony
Court officials: Imhotep | Weni | Ahmose, son of Ebana | Ineni | Senemut | Yuya | Maya | Yuny | Manetho | Pothinus

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Who's Who of Egyptian people, queens and family: Ineni (167 words)
Ineni was an architect during the reign of
His career probably began during the reign of Amenhotep I, who was the predecessor of Tuthmosis I. He was one of the most famous architects of his time because of his supervision of the building of various projects at Karnak.
Ineni was an aristocrat of his nome and served for many years.
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