Three fragments of funerary cones, brought to light during the archaeological investigations of the University of Pisa at Dra Abu el-Naga, belong to the “steward (ı’my-r pr) of Henutemepet, Bngy”. They have a precise comparison in the n. 260 of the Davies-Macadam corpus. To the same man is attributed another cone, n. 527 in the corpus, where his title is written as “aA n pr n tA šps.t n Nhrn”, which allows to equate the “Noble Lady of Mitanni” with a princess Henutempet. This paper discusses the suggested identification of the Mitannian princess with a foreign wife of Thutmose IV, proposed in 1997 by Jacobus van Dijk, bringing some new data in support of his hypothesis, and narrowing the unknown location of Bengay’s tomb to the central-northern part of Dra Abu el-Naga north. The proposed identification of the Mitanni princess with the Henutempet’s mummy of the Deir el-Bahri cache (TT 320) is instead rejected, in favour of Ahmose-Henutemepet of the 17th dynasty.