Nebamun was an Egyptian vizier at the end of 18th and beginning of the 19th Dynasty. His office area was Lower Egypt. He officiated most of Horemheb to the early years of the reign of Ramses II
Nebamun was the son of the priest Ramose and a certain Scheritra. He is only known from a few objects. From Abydos comes a statue, in a statement his house is mentioned in the grave TT324 he is named along with his former counterpart User Mont, he appears twice on monuments of the High Priest of Osiris Wennefer and seems to have built in Elkab where a block with took his name. His own grave has not yet been found. However, it may have been in Memphis.