Ibrahim Hadmani was a distant descendant of Pharaoh Mentu and the curator of the Egyptian exhibit of the London Museum of History and Antiquities. (PROSE: The Last Pharaoh)


Early life[]

Ibrahim was the distant descendant of Mentu and one of Erimem's handmaidens, Hanek. He was born and grew up in Egypt. As a young adult he attended the London University of History and Antiquity where he involved himself in every wild stunt he could imagine. He also practiced fencing, an old family tradition, during his time at university. After graduating, he returned to Egypt and became a historian. Ibrahim had long been fascinated with the death mask of an uncrowned female Pharaoh from the Tomb of the Three Princes. Eventually an agreement between the Egyptian government and the London University of History and Antiquity was reached to loan out the contents of the Tomb of the Three Princes for a ten year period, with the stipulation that the curator must be Egyptian. As both an Egyptian historian and graduate of the London University of History and Antiquity, Ibrahim was granted the job. (PROSE: The Last Pharaoh)

Life in London[]

In 2015, Ibrahim lived in a London flat with his girlfriend, Helena, whom he had been with for years. (PROSE: The Last Pharaoh) After they moved into a new house together, Ibrahim proposed to Helena, to which she said yes. (PROSE: Home) He eventually married her in 2017. (PROSE: The Three Faces of Helena)

He drove a Land Rover. (PROSE: The Last Pharaoh)

Alternate timeline[]

In an alternative timeline, Ibrahim was fated to die on an ice planet. Erimem tried to stop his death several times but each attempt resulted in a new way for him to die. After her grandfather came to her in a dream she was able to go back in time and prevent Ibrahim from going to the ice planet in the first place. (PROSE: The Snow Wolves)

In another alternate timeline, Ibrahim died in a car crash the first week of 2018. (PROSE: Auld Acquaintance)

Skills, abilities and interests[]

Ibrahim was fluent in English, knew some Latin, and learned minimal Greek from university lectures. (PROSE: The Last Pharaoh)

He was a supporter of Manchester United and always watched their matches on television. Three of its 1964 players, George Best, Bobby Charlton and Denis Law, were among his favourites. (PROSE: In Search of Doctor X) He liked to watch Sky Sports. (PROSE: The Last Pharaoh)