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MensajeTema: Qalhata   Sáb Oct 10, 2015 8:01 am

Qalhata

Qalhata was a Nubian queen dated to the Twenty-fifth Dynasty of Egypt.[2]

Qalhata was a daughter of King Piye and a queen consort to her brother Shabaka. She is known from the Dream Stela of King Tantamani and from her pyramid in El-Kurru (Ku. 5).[3]

Assyrian records state that King Tantamani was the son of Taharqa's sister. The tomb of Qalhata at El-Kurru contains texts that say she is a King's Mother, giving some evidence of the family relationships

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Nubian Queen from the Napatan period. Adapted from a scene depicting Queen Takhatamani.
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MensajeTema: Re: Qalhata   Jue Dic 24, 2015 12:44 am

Queen Qalhata was the sister and wife of the Pharaoh Shabaka, and the mother of Tanutamen, whose tomb has been described above.
Her tomb, numbered KU 5 is, together with that of her son, the best preserved of the necropolis. It is also very similar in decoration.

The surface pyramid must have covered a surface of about 7 square metres (Lepsius 21 - P&M 5), of which only the base remains.

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In the same way, nothing remains of the surrounding wall and chapel, which was not preceded by a pylon ([url=javascript:PopupImage('plan_qalhata.gif')]see plan[/url]).

This tomb conforms to the traditional plan of the tombs of el-Kurru, including having two chambers, with the respective measurements 2.75 x 2.75m and 5.20 x 3.40m (KMT 2003). The descents lead to a small level area preceding an arched entry.
The first room has an almost flat ceiling and walls which were firstly stuccoed then painted. The second room, separated from the first by two steps, has a flattened vaulted ceiling. Off-centred southwards, is a pedestal which must have received a sarcophagus (not found).
The tomb is covered today by a double modern roof designed to protect the buried structures.   


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MensajeTema: Re: Qalhata   Jue Dic 24, 2015 12:57 am

In the centre of the wall Queen Qalhata is shown holding the hands, as with Tanutamen, of the children of Horus, who guide and watch over her.
Qalhata wears the golden headdress typical of the royal Kushite mothers of the 25th Dynasty. It represents a vulture which envelops her head entirely. It is still possible to see that the painter changed his mind about the positional level of the head of the bird. Her neck and wrists are decorated by a necklace and bracelets of gold. The queen is dressed of an ample dress of white linen, the sleeves extending fairly low on the forearms.
• To her right ([url=javascript:PopupImage('soudan_4705A.jpg')]view 4705[/url]), Duamutef gives his hand to the deceased; he fills his role of psychopomp (i.e., the guider of souls to the afterlife). He is represented with a head of canine wearing a wig, a shendjit kilt (a short royal kilt of the Egyptians) and holding a was-sceptre. He is preceded by his emblem on the symbolic stand, on which he is represented as a whole canine.
• To her left ([url=javascript:PopupImage('soudan_4707A.jpg')]view 4707[/url]), is Hapy with the head of a baboon. To the left of Hapy, can be seen his emblem.            
On the right of Queen Qalhata and holding her hand, is Qebehsenuef, with the head of falcon wearing a wig ([url=javascript:PopupImage('soudan_4703A.jpg')]view 4703[/url]). On the left, is Amseti with a human head holding the queen's other hand ([url=javascript:PopupImage('soudan_4704A.jpg')]view 4704[/url]). The emblem of Amseti is on his left, but it is a little difficult to identify.            
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MensajeTema: Re: Qalhata   Jue Feb 04, 2016 12:49 am

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