Ptahmose (also Ptehmes ) was the treasurer under Amenophis III. in the ancient Egyptian 18th dynasty .
Ptahmosis probably officiated at the very end of the reign of Amenhotep III. and succeeded Merire in his office . The treasurer Ptahmose is only known from a statue in Florence today and a vessel inscription from Malkata . This inscription proves that he was in office in the 30th year of the ruler, at the time of his first Sed festival . The grave of Ptahmose is so far unknown.
- Arielle P. Kozloff, Betsy M. Bryan, Lawrence M. Berman: Egypt's Dazzling Sun. Amenhotep III and his World. Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland 1992, ISBN 0-940717-17-4 , p. 52.
|DATE OF BIRTH||15th century BC Chr.|
|DATE OF DEATH||14th century BC Chr.|