Khnemhotep II was the governor of Egypt after Amenemhat I in the Middle Kingdom. He was given many titles reflecting his supreme power such as Hereditary Chief, One who Beloved god and the King of Acquaintance. His tomb has a façade, a portico and a chapel. Among the multiple scenes depicted inside are scenes of caravans of Asiatic traders with their products; of Khnemhotep II with his family; and of the hunting of birds in the marshes as well as other depictions manifesting the biography of the deceased. Eastward the tomb-chapel of one can find the lower part of the statue of KhnemhotepII.