The eldest son of King Amenhotep III and his principal wife, Queen Tiy, Djutmose was his father's intended successor. He was Overseer of the Priests of Upper and Lower Egypt and High Priest of Ptah in Memphis. He died before his father, however, and was replaced as heir by his brother, Amenhotep, who eventually followed his father as Amenhotep IV-Akhenaten.
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