(Imn-m-hat) Fifth or seventh King of the 13th dynasty Egyptian, son of Intef and successor of Iufni on the throne. Of such a King, mentioned in the real Papyrus in Turin and in the Karnak list, and whose neswt bity name was Seankhibre, its facts are ignored. However, an altar of sacrifice has been preserved in Karnak which collects their complete titulatura (five names) and two cylindrical seals. King Semenkare succeeded him on the throne Nebnenu. Some Egyptologists identify this Amenemhat VI with an Ameny Aamu, which has come to us a pyramid.