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Sutekh (died 38 BCE) was an Egyptain smuggler living in Thebes during the reign of Cleopatra, and a descendant of Ramesses II, a Pharaoh of the Nineteenth Dynasty of Egypt. He was also the nephew of Irsu.
Throughout 38 BCE, Sutekh became embroiled in the travels of Bayek of Siwa, a Hidden One looking to lift the Curse of the Pharaohs that was plaguing Thebes. Upon assassinating Isidora and lifting the curse in the tomb of Tutankhamun, Bayek entrusted Sutekh with the relic that had been the curse's source. Bayek ordered Sutekh to hide the relic where no man would ever find it.
- "No, is this... Sutekh? He deserved more than this fate. And the relic is... gone. I pray to Amun he hid it well."
- ―Bayek upon finding Sutekh's body, 38 BCE[src]
Some time later, Bayek came across the body of Sutekh at the Cobra Oasis deep within the Waset Desert, southwest of Thebes, who had fallen prey to the local cobras. Bayek lamented the young man's death, but noted that the relic was missing and expressed hope that he hid it well before his demise.