The Onomasticon of Amenope is a collection of nine different manuscripts, attributed to Amenope, son of Amenope. These manuscripts, now scattered in various museums throughout the world, were found and purchased in different localities in Egypt during the last two centuries. Their attribution to Amenope is supported by five of the nine sources. Virtually nothing is known concerning Amenope except that he was a “scribe of sacred books in the House of Life.” These manuscripts have been dated to the end of the reign of Ramesses IX. Both the Tjekker and Philistines are mentioned.