Mutnodjmet


Mutnodjmet
   1. (fl. 1310 BC)
   Queen of Horemheb. She appears in the reign ofAkhenaten, apparently as the sister of his queen, Nefertiti, but her parentage is unknown. It is not clear when she married Horemheb, who appears to have had an earlier wife. She apparently died childless before her husband and is possibly buried in his tomb at Saqqara.
   2. (fl. 1039–991 BC)
   Queen of Pasebakhaenniut I. She is mentioned in texts in his tombat Tanis. She bears the titles of king’s daughter and king’s sister, so she may the daughter of Pinudjem I, who had a daughter of this name.
Historical Dictionary Of Ancient Egypt by Morris L. Bierbrier

Ancient Egypt. A Reference Guide. . 2011.

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