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Sobekhotep V in Wikipedia
Sobekhotep V was an Egyptian king of the 13th Dynasty. His
birth name was Sobekhotep, and his throne name was Khahotepre
Sobekhotep V appears in the Turin King List as the successor
of Sobekhotep IV. According to this document, he only reigned
for four years. Sobekhotep IV was perhaps his father, as he
had a son called 'Sobekhotep'. Sobekhotep V is known from a
statue found at Kerma and from several scarab seals.