|Ahmose, son of Ebana|
|Dynasty|| Seventeenth Dynasty|
|Titles|| Marine Commander|
Ahmose was the son of Abana serving in the Egyptian Military as a marine commander under Ahmose I during the expulsion of the Hyksos . During his many battles he severed numerous hands of his enemies after battle and attached them to a rope-coil. He was rewarded with slaves and land for the amount of people he killed. This is all mentioned in his tomb biography.
He was eventually buried at El-Kab the walls of his tomb reading:
- I have grown old,
- I have reached old age,
- Favored as before and loved (by my Lord).
- I now [rest] in the tomb I myself made.