Djedchonsiuefanch was the son of the king of Upper Egypt Pinudjem I. and was around 1046 to 1045 BC during the late 20th to the beginning of the 21st Dynasty ( Third Intermediate Period ) High Priests of Amun at Thebes.

His name means Khonsu said, he will live. It is the successor of his brother Masaharta as High Priest. Over the two years of his reign nothing further is known, his name itself has survived only by an inscription on a now lost coffin.

Other siblings were the chief priests Psusennes I, Menkheperre as well as the " God's Wife of Amun " Maatkare.