Text by Ankhie, with help from Reeves' "The Complete Tutankhamun."
I am Nakhtmin, another court offical from Tutankhamen's reign. Like Maya, I was a close friend of the King and a member of his inner circle. I was a military officer, and (evidently) a rather close relative to the God's Father, Ay. Some even think I may have been his son, since on a statue of me from Ay's reign, I am called "King's Son." However, this may have simply been an honorary title. Perhaps Ay hoped I, not Horemheb, would succeed him as Pharaoh. Like my contemporary Maya, I, too, left shabtis in Tutankhamen's tomb that demonstrate my closeness to the young man.
I am Huy, Tutankhamen's Viceroy of Kush. My job was to oversee the shipment of gold from Nubia to the Pharaoh's treasury and insure that tribute was presented to my King from the gold-rich land. Sometimes, I am known as Amenhotep-Huy. I have a very fancy tomb in Waset (Thebes) attesting to my achievements. My wife was Taemwadjsi, who was the "Chief of the Harem of Tutankhamen." Since the Pharaoh had only one wife, Queen Ankhesenamen, my Taemwadjsi was never all that busy.
Other officials from Tutankhamen's reign:
Horemheb (of course!)
Viziers of Upper and Lower Egypt: Usermont and Pentu
Seba, Mayor of Thinis
Panakht, Governor of Kawa
Merymery, Royal Scribe
Mahu, Servant of Amun (Preist of Amun)
Ipy, Chief Steward and Fanbeerer
Ptahemhat-Ty, High Priest of Ptah