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Tentkheta in hieroglyphs
She from the land of the Hittites
Great Royal Wife of Pharaoh Amasis II
Tentkheta (Tanetkheta) was the Great Royal Wife of Amasis II. She dates to the Twenty-sixth dynasty of Egypt.
Tentkheta was one of the wives known for Pharaoh Amasis II. She was a daughter of a priest of Ptah named Padineith. She was the mother of a King's son named Khnum-ib-Re and the mother of Pharaoh Psamtik III. Tentkheta held the titles king's wife (hmt nswt) and overseer of the affairs of the acacia house (khrp seshmtiw shendjet).
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