Henttawy


Henttawy
   1. (fl. 1270–1240 BC)
   Aprincess of Dynasty 19. Seventh daughter of Ramesses II. She was buried in tomb QV73 in the Valley of the Queens.
   2. The name of several ladies related to the family of the high priests of Amun and the royal family during Dynasty 21. The most important seems to have been the wife of Pinudjem I and daughter of Queen Tentamun. The inscriptions concerning these women are not always precise, so their exact relationships are still uncertain.
Historical Dictionary Of Ancient Egypt by Morris L. Bierbrier

Ancient Egypt. A Reference Guide. . 2011.

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