Amenemhet IV

Amenemhet IV (äˌmĕnĕmˈhĕt, āˌ–) [key], d. 1792 B.C., king of ancient Egypt, of the XII dynasty; the son and successor of Amenemhet III. Under Amenemhet IV, the power of the dynasty declined, and his successor, a woman, Sebenekfrure, was last of her family.

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