Kheti (alt. Khety, Akhtoy, Aktoy, Achthoes): is also a personal ancient Egyptian name popular during the First Intermediate Period. While the existence of the men below is not in dispute, their relationships to each other and other historical personalities often is.
Pharaohs of the 9th or 10th Dynasty
- Achthoes, the Manethonian founder of the herakleopolite 9th Dynasty, to be identified with one of the three below;
- Meryibre Khety;
- Nebkaure Khety;
- Wahkare Khety;
- Khety III, purported author of the Teaching for King Merykara, to be identified with one of the three above;
- Khety I (nomarch), in Asyut during the 9th or 10th Dynasty;
- Khety II (nomarch), in Asyut during the 10th Dynasty and grandson of the above;
- Khety, nomarch in Men'at Khufu during the 11th Dynasty, buried in Beni Hasan;
- Kheti (treasurer), during the 11th Dynasty;
- Kheti, vizier famous for his impartiality, mentioned in the Installation of the Vizier;
- Kheti (vizier) (c. 1800 BC), under Amenemhat III of the Twelfth Dynasty, mentioned in a papyrus found at Lahun, perhaps identical with the one above;
- Kheti, or Dua-Kheti, author of the The Satire of the Trades.
- M. Lichtheim, Ancient Egyptian Literature, Vol.1, pp.99ff
- J. H. Breasted, Ancient Records of Egypt, Part One, § 405ff.
- J. H. Breasted, The Dawn of Conscience, p.127, 1933
- Miriam Lichtheim, Ancient Egyptian Literature, Volume II: The New Kingdom, University of California Press 1978 pp.21ff.
- Collier/S. Quirke: The UCL Lahun Papyri: Religious, Literary, Legal, Mathematical and Medical, London 2004, 118-119
- M. Lichtheim, Ancient Egyptian Literature, Vol.1, pp.184ff.