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MensajeTema: Tanedjemet    Jue Dic 11, 2014 2:27 am

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QV 33 is the tomb of a Queen named Tanedjemet. It is not clear when the tomb was constructed. In Porter and Moss the tomb is tentatively dated to the 20th dynasty, but it has been suggested the Queen may date to the late 18th or early 19th dynasty.






Inscriptions from QV 33 as copied by Lepsius




The inscriptions show that Tanedjemet was a Mistress of the Two Lands and hence held a title typical for a Queen. There is also in inscription mentioning a King's daughter, and if this relates to the same woman, we would have a King's daughter who would in time have become a queen.






It is not clear where this Queen fits in with the respect to the royal family. There has been some speculation that the 'ta' part of the name should be read as 'Mut'. The idea that QV 33 belonged to Horemheb's Queen Mutnodjemet dates back to Hari. This is a matter of interpreting the actual bird glyph used. Elisabeth Thomas seems to argue however in her article that the bird is more consistent with the 'ta' glyps.

If the name were Mutnodjemet, this could be Horemheb's Queen. Mutnodjemet, wfe of Horemheb, is thought to have been buried in Saqqara however.





References
•Porter and Moss, Volume I Part 2. The Theban Necropolis. Royal Tombs and Smaller Cemeteries. (2nd ed.) 1999 available online.
•Lepsius, Denkmahler, Texts, L. D. Text, iii, pp. 236.
•Elizabeth Thomas , Was Queen Mutnedjemet the Owner of Tomb 33 in the Valley of the Queens?, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology , Vol. 53, (Dec., 1967) , pp. 161-163



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EGYPT'S ANTIQUITIES OFFICE AND THE GETTY ANNOUNCE NEW CONSERVATION PARTNERSHIP FOR THE VALLEY OF THE QUEENS

Six-Year Project is Collaboration Between Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities and the Getty Conservation Institute
Getty to Rescue Luxor’s Valley of the Queens

Sunday, March 12th, 2006

Recent exciting news from the Getty Research Institute:

Wall relief from the Tomb of NefertariThe Getty Conservation Institute (GCI) is embarking on a six-year partnership with Egypt’s Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA) on the conservation and management of Egypt’s Valley of the Queens…. located on the west bank of the Nile at Luxor (ancient Thebes) (and) also the site of the Valley of the Kings….

The GCI will be working with the SCA on developing and implementing a plan for the Valley of the Queens to address… threats to the site, which include natural forces (particularly flooding) and mass tourism… In addition to the development of a conservation and management plan for the Valley of the Queens—which will involve the assessment of some eighty ancient tombs at the site—an important part of the project will be training for Egyptian professionals….

The Valley of the Queens Project is the GCI’s latest collaborative project with Egypt. Twenty years ago, Institute staff worked with Egyptian colleagues and an international conservation team on the conservation of the wall paintings in the tomb of Queen Nefertari, the powerful queen of ruler Ramses II. The thirteenth-century B.C. tomb, considered among the most beautiful to have survived from Egyptian antiquity, is located in the Valley of the Queens.

Other GCI collaborative work… has included the development of oxygen-free display and storage cases for the Royal Mummies in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, an environmental monitoring study of the Great Sphinx at the Giza Plateau outside Cairo, and preparatory work for the conservation of the tomb of Tutankhamun.
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MensajeTema: Re: Tanedjemet    Lun Feb 16, 2015 2:24 pm

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