Inyotef II was the second king of the 11th Dynasty. The king ruled Egypt from 2064 till 2015
B.C. and took Thebes as the capitol during his reign. He was the younger brother of Inyotef I.
The king led an army against his Herakloplitan allies in Assyout. His enemies ruined the city of
Thinis and desecrated its tombs. Inyotef captured the entire nome but did not continue to fight
the Heraklopolitans. He decided to trade with them and maintain the integrity of the Southern
Kingdom without further wars. Inyotef II's wife was Queen Neferukayet. He was listed in the
Westcar Papyrus and was inscribed on a mortuary stela.