Meryetre Hatshepsut

Meryetre Hatshepsut
(fl. 1445–1420 BC)
   Queen of Thutmose III and possibly daughter of the lady Huy. She is depicted in Thutmose’s tomb in the Valley of the Kings and named on other monuments. She was his wife at the end of his reign, as her son, Amenhotep II, who succeeded to the throne, was a young man upon his accession.
   See also Nebtu; Nefrure; Sitiah.
Historical Dictionary Of Ancient Egypt by Morris L. Bierbrier

Ancient Egypt. A Reference Guide. . 2011.

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