Sebek-Khu was an official of the 12th Dynasty. He served Senwosret III (1878-1841? B.C.) as a military commander. He also led an expedition into Syria, a journey which is of some historical significance to the era. He also conducted military campaigns into Nubia, and he served Senwosret's successor to the throne, Amenemhet III, in the same capacity. The details of his career were found in a mortuary stela in Abydos.
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