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Intef III Inyotef III Pharaoh of Egypt Reign 2069–2061 BC,  11th dynasty Predecessor Intef II Successor Mentuhotep II Royal titulary Nomen: Se-re Intef Son of Re Intef[1]   Horus name: Nakjt-nebtep-nefer Beautiful and Strong Champion[2] Consort(s) Iah Children Mentuhotep II, Neferu Father Intef II Died 2061 BC Intef III was a Pharaoh in Egypt of the Eleventh Dynasty during the First Intermediate Period. His Horus name was Nakjtnebtepnefer, which translates to "Horus, the victorious one, Lord of the good beginning". He was buried in a saff-tomb at el-Tarif (Thebes), and little is known about his deeds. Intef successfully defended the territory that Intef II had won and held territory as far as the seventeenth nome of Upper Egypt. He restored a ruined tomb of a deified prince named Hekayeb at Aswan.[3] After a short and peaceful 8 year reign, he was succeeded by his son Mentuhotep II. Intef III was buried in a saff (row) tomb in el Tarif (near Thebes) next to Intef I and Intef II, and near Deir el-Bahri (the site of Montuhotep II's Mortuary Temple). Intef III's grandson was Mentuhotep III and Intef had a daughter Neferu who married her brother. References ^ Clayton, Peter A. Chronicle of the Pharaohs: The Reign-by-Reign Record of the Rulers and Dynasties of Ancient Egypt. Thames & Hudson. p72. 2006. ISBN 0-500-28628-0 ^ Clayton, Peter A. Chronicle of the Pharaohs: The Reign-by-Reign Record of the Rulers and Dynasties of Ancient Egypt. Thames & Hudson. p72. 2006. ISBN 0-500-28628-0 ^ Sir Alan Gardiner, Egypt of the Pharaohs, Oxford University Press 1961, p. 120 Further reading W. Grajetzki, The Middle Kingdom of Ancient Egypt: History, Archaeology and Society, Duckworth, London 2006 ISBN 0-7156-3435-6, 15-17 Preceded by Intef II Pharaoh of Egypt Eleventh Dynasty Succeeded by Mentuhotep II This Ancient Egypt biographical article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e