- (fl. 1500 BC)Wife of Thutmose I and mother of Thutmose II. Her origin is unknown, but she is generally described by Egyptologists as a minor or secondary wife. There is no evidence for this assertion, as she may have been the wife of Thutmose I before his accession to the throne, at which time he may have wed his sister, Queen Ahmose. Mutnefret may have been the mother of the king’s other sons, Amenmose and Wadjmose. APrincess Mutnefret was probably her granddaughter or great-granddaughter.Historical Dictionary Of Ancient Egypt by Morris L. Bierbrier
Ancient Egypt. A Reference Guide. EdwART. 2011.
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Thutmose I — (reigned c. 1504–1492 BC) Throne name Akheperre. Son of the lady Seniseneb by an unknown father. He succeeded the childless Amenhotep Iand must have been related to the ruling family. Thutmose I continued Egyptian expansion south in Nubia and… … Ancient Egypt
Wadjmose — (fl. 1504–1490 BC) Egyptian prince of Dynasty 18. He was the son of Thutmose Iprobably by the lady Mutnefret. He is attested during the reign of his father and may have become heir to the throne after the death of his elder brother, Amenmose.… … Ancient Egypt
Amenmose — (fl. 1504–1499 BC) Egyptian prince ofDynasty 18. He was the eldest son of Thutmose I, possibly by the lady Mutnefret. He is attested in his father’s reign with the title of general and in a tomb scene with his younger brother, Wadjmose. Both… … Ancient Egypt
Thutmose II — (reigned c. 1492–1479 BC) Throne name Aakheperenre. Son of Thutmose I and Mutnefret. He may have been fairly young upon his accession, and he married his half sister, Hatshepsut. The length of his reign is uncertain. His forces put down a… … Ancient Egypt