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Therefore, Senenmut must belong to the top ten percent of the population. He is probably the descendant of one of the families that have formed the literate class of the province and from which a talented son can rise to honor the family. Such sky-high rises are not uncommon in Egypt, but certainly not unheard of. Pharaoh Ay, the successor of Tutankhamen, who ruled Egypt 250 years after Hatchepsut, seems to have come from a family that first rose to prominence in the southern city of Akhmim, while thirty years after Ay’s reign, family of the great King Ramesses II came from the remote lands of the Eastern Nile Delta.