- The name of two royal ladies of Dynasty 6. The first was the mother of Teti, founder of the dynasty, whose husband is unknown. She apparently was alive at her son’s accession and was given the title of queen mother. Her granddaughter, Sesheseshet, the daughter of Teti, was the wife of the vizier Mereruka.Historical Dictionary Of Ancient Egypt by Morris L. Bierbrier
Ancient Egypt. A Reference Guide. EdwART. 2011.
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Mereruka — Vizier reign of Teti c.2340 BC. Near to the pyramid of *Teti (2345 2333 BC), there is a substantial and well preserved mastaba tomb which belonged to Mereruka, who was the son in law and vizier of King *Teti. This tomb dates to the beginning… … Ancient Egypt
Teti — King c.2345 2333 BC. The Fifth and Sixth Dynasties are separated by events which remain obscure, but the transfer of power to Teti, the first king of the Sixth Dynasty, does not appear to have involved a major upheaval or conflict. Indeed,… … Ancient Egypt