Tentamun

Tentamun or Tentamen (t3-n.t-ỉmn; `she of Amun`) is an ancient Egyptian feminine name. Its notable bearers are: ==Sources== ...
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Tentamun

[18th dynasty] Tentamun was an ancient Egyptian princess of the eighteenth dynasty; a daughter of Thutmose IV. Tentamun died in the same year as her father. Tentamun was buried in the Valley of the Kings in tomb KV43 together with her father and with a brother called Amenemhat. A fragment of a canopic jar belonging to Tentamun was found in ...
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Tentamun

[20th dynasty] Tentamun (`she of Amun”) was an ancient Egyptian queen, most likely the wife of Ramesses XI, last ruler of the 20th dynasty. She is mentioned on the funerary papyrus of her daughter Duathathor-Henuttawy, who was the wife of Pinedjem I and probably the daughter of Ramesses XI. Tentamun`s name is written in a cartouche. ==Fam...
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Tentamun

[21st dynasty] Tentamun (`she of Amun”) was an ancient Egyptian queen, the wife of Smendes of the 21st dynasty. She is likely to have been the daughter of Ramesses XI, last ruler of the previous dynasty. Her mother was possibly Tentamun, who was the mother of Ramesses`s other daughter, Duathathor-Henttawy. She is mentioned together with h...
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