Analyses of Various Glasses Appendix 4.
Djehuty , cupbearer of the king, herald of the king,Temp. Dorman, Peter.
Ancient Records of Egypt, Vol2, The eighteenth dynasty. In this case there is a play on names and the goddess Isis seems to be linked with Queen Isis the mother of the King. Little, Mark P.Pharaoh Thutmose III and the Battle of Megiddo
Titles by thematic category 195. The inscription identifies Satiah as a God's Wife, and this may indicate that Sitiah replaced Neferure.
Publication type. She may have been buried in the Wadi Qubbet el Qurud in Thebes. Please try again later.
Tjaneni kept a journal on a leather scroll later deposited for posterity at the Temple of Amun in Thebes which Thutmose III so admired he ordered the narrative inscribed on the walls of the temple as well as those of others throughout Egypt.
Deir el-Medina Tombs.
Four other royal children are known. The Pyramid of Senwosret I.
The report then details how his army, delighted at the victory, gathered treasures from the fallen instead of pursuing survivors and taking the city. She was the daughter of the royal nurse Ipu. She may have been one of his minor wives.
A faint trace of the Ra glyph is visible. Princess Tia.