(Iah-msw Pen-nekhb.t) Important Egyptian official, which with the Queen Hatshepsut became Chancellor of the North and nourishing father of Princess Neferure. Before becoming an influential courtier, had developed features military and participated in different fighting (in Djahy, in Nubia, at Naharina), in which captured prisoners and could cut hands, receiving thus various rewards. His courtly performance reached the times of Thutmosis III. In his tomb of El-Kab, Ahmose Pennekhbet did record his biography. Such character have come some statues also collecting part of his biography.