Rehu-erdjersenb who was called Rehu'arjersen in some records, was an official for Amenemhet I (1991-1962 B.C.), in the 12th Dynasty, and served as chancellor of the court. His tomb was built near the royal pyramid at el-Lisht. The walls of his gravesite are well-known for the elaborate reliefs, which depict the chancellor hunting in the Nile marshes. A stela proclaiming his deeds and listing the members of his family was found in Abydos.
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