Ankhesenpepy I and II

Historical Dictionary Of Ancient Egypt by Morris L. Bierbrier

Ancient Egypt. A Reference Guide. . 2011.

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  • Ankhesenpepy III — (fl. 2230 BC)    A princess and queen of Dynasty 6. She was the daughter of Nemtyemsaf I and married her uncle, Pepy II. Her tomb at Saqqara was identified and excavated by a French expedition beginning in 1999. Historical Dictionary Of Ancient… …   Ancient Egypt

  • Ankhesenryre I and II — (fl. 2305–2270 BC)    Also named Ankhesenpepy. The name of two sister queensof Pepy I and daughters of Huy. The elder became the mother of Nemtyemsaf I and the younger of Pepy II. The pyramidtombof the younger sister Ankhesenmeryre… …   Ancient Egypt

  • Pepy I — King 2332 2283 BC.     Later generations venerated Pepy I as one of the great rulers of the Old Kingdom. It is probable that as the son of Queen Iput, he succeeded *Teti, although another king Usekare appears to have ruled briefly for a year,… …   Ancient Egypt

  • Revue d'égyptologie — La Revue d égyptologie (ISSN 0035 1849) est une revue annuelle publié par la Société française d égyptologie (SFE) avec le concours du CNRS et édité aux Éditions Peeters. Sommaire 1 Tome 45 (1994) 2 Tome 46 (1995) 3 Tome 47 (1996) …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Pepi II Neferkare — Pepy, Phiops or Fiops Alabaster statue of Ankhesenmeryre II and her son Pepi II …   Wikipedia

  • Pepy II — King 2269 2175 BC.     Pepy II, the younger son of *Pepy I, came to the throne as a young child, following the untimely death of his brother, Merenre. He is accorded the longest reign in Egypt s history and was the last ruler of importance in the …   Ancient Egypt

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