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Iuput I

Iuput I was a Pharaoh of Ancient Egypt, who was a co-regent with king Pedubast I, near the beginning of the 23rd dynasty. The exact dates of his reign are unknown. It started possibly around 815 BC, or alternatively in the final couple of years of his father's reign; one authority provides the dates circa 816 to 800 BC.[1] His highest date is a regnal year 12 found carved in an inscription on the roof of the Khonsu Temple at Karnak.[2] A year 9 is also attested for him on the roof of the temple. Helen Jacquet-Gordon published a transcription Iuput I's Years 9 and 12 of the Khonsu temple graffito in a 2003 University of Chicago publication titled "The Graffiti on the Khonsu Temple Roof at Karnak: A Manifestation of Personal Piety", where it is named Graffito 244 and Graffito 245A-B.[3]

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