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Ahmose-Meritamun . ., Queen of Egypt, Great Royal Wife, God's Wife of Amun

Also Known As: "Ahmose-Meritamun", "Ahmose-Meritamon"
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Birthplace: Eldest daughter Egypt
Death: (Date and location unknown)
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Daughter of Nebpehtire Ahmose I . ., Pharaoh of Egypt and Ahmose-Nefertari . --, Great Royal Wife, God's Wife of Amun
Wife of Djeserkare Amenhotep I . ., Pharaoh of Egypt
Mother of Ahmose I, Queen of Egypt and Amenemhat . .
Sister of Djeserkare Amenhotep I . ., Pharaoh of Egypt; Ahmose-Sitamun . .; Prince Ramose A; Siamun . .; Ahmose-ankh . . and 1 other
Half sister of Satkamas and Tair

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Ahmose-Meritamon

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Ahmose-Meritamun (or Ahmose-Merytamon; “Child of the Moon, Beloved of Amun”) was the royal daughter of Ahmose I and Ahmose Nefertari, and became the Great Royal Wife of her brother Amenhotep I, pharaoh of Ancient Egypt in the eighteenth dynasty.

Her remains were discovered at Deir el-Bahri, where she had been rewrapped and reburied by priests who had found her tomb that had been vandalized by robbers. It appears that she died when she was in her early thirties, with evidence of being afflicted with arthritis and scoliosis.

A limestone statue of this queen was discovered by Giovanni Belzoni while he was working in Karnak in 1817.[1]

Her titles were: Great Royal Wife, King's Daughter, King's Sister, and God's Wife.

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Eighteenth dynasty of Egypt Family Tree

Forrás / Source:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ahmose-Meritamon

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Ahmose-Sitamun

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Ahmose-Sitamun or Sitamun (“Child of the Moon, Daughter of Amun”) was a princess of the early Eighteenth dynasty of Egypt. She was the daughter of Pharaoh Ahmose I. A colossal statue of hers stood before the eighth pylon at Karnak.

Her mummy was found in the Deir el-Bahari cache (DB320) and is today in Cairo, the Egyptian Museum.

Her titles were: God's Wife; King's Daughter; King's Sister.

Forrás / Source:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ahmose-Sitamun

Ahmesz-Szitamon [szerkesztés]

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Ahmesz-Szitamon

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Ahmesz-Szitamon vagy Szitamon („A Hold gyermeke, Ámon leánya”) az ókori egyiptomi XVIII. dinasztia hercegnője, I. Jahmesz fáraó és Ahmesz-Nofertari leánya. Egy kolosszusa állt a karnaki templom nyolcadik pülónja előtt.

Szitamon múmiáját a DB320-as sírban találták meg, ahová több királyi múmiát is költöztettek később a sírrablók elől. Ma a kairói Egyiptomi Múzeumban van.

Címei: Az isten felesége; A király leánya; A király testvére.

Forrás / Source:

http://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ahmesz-Szitamon

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