Origin of the name AMENEMAP.
Etymology of the
Meaning of the baby name AMENEMAP.
AMENEMAP. A priest of Amen Ra, in the reign of Ai, or Atefnuter Ai, or Aui, king of
the XVIIIth dynasty. Amenemap, the son of the legal and royal
officer Piai, of the XVIIIth dynasty. He was also surnamed Apui.
Amenemap, the son of the preceding. He was a priest of the
deity Ptah. Amenemap, a great Egyptian officer, in the
XVIIIth dynasty. He was prophet of the goddess Uertheku, and
Athlophore or standard bearer at the right hand of the king, besides
holding other offices apparently mystical. He had a son who was
named like himself, Amenemap. Amenemap, a royal scribe, of
the XIXth dynasty. His father's name was Piai, and that of his
mother Khaa. (An Archaic Dictionary, Cooper, 1876).