Djehuti, Djehuty or Thuty was a pharaoh of Ancient Egypt
belonging to the Theban 16th or 17th dynasties based in Upper
Egypt during the Second Intermediate period. He reigned for 3
years after around 1650 BC according to Kim Ryholt. His wife
Mentuhotep's burial was found intact and a (now lost) coffin
was identified as hers. It contained one of the earliest
monuments of the Second Intermediate Period which was
inscribed with texts from the Book of the Dead. Djehuti's
prenomen, Sekhemre Sementawy, means "The Power of Re who
Establishes the Two Lands."
It is thought that he was succeeded by Sobekhotep VIII.