'Ahmose Pen-Nekhebet was a nobleman of El-Kab who served under the first kings of the 18th Dynasty and in their military campaigns. The inscriptions in his tomb provide detailed information about this New Kingdom period that was very critical. According to the inscriptions, there was a military campaign during the reign of Hatshepsut. These inscriptions, when combined with those of 'Ahmose, the son of Ebana, provide much insight into the military efforts of the 18th Dynasty rulers. These also clarify other documents of the era.
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