People - Ancient Egypt: Reniseneb SECOND INTERMEDIATE PERIOD 13th Dynasty. The Hyksos invade and conquer. Eventually the Theban princes
regain power. Kamose defeats the Hyksos.
Renseneb in Wikipedia
Renseneb or Ranisonb was an Egyptian king (throne name: so far
unknown) of the 13th Dynasty.
He appears in the Turin King List (Columne 7, line 16) with a
reign of four months. He is only known from one contemporary
object, a bead which shows that he had a double name: Renseneb
Amenemhat. Egyptologist Kim Ryholt reads the double name as a
filiation, Renseneb son of Amenemhat'. However, other
researchers do not follow him in this interpretation.