Ankhu was a vizier during the 13th Dynasty, who is found to have headed up the officials receiving gifts from the royal command more than once, and was known from several sources, including a papyrus which resides in the Brooklyn Museum. This text mentions a king who ruled a minimum of five years, and also another king who is usually recognized as Sebekhotpe III.
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