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MensajeTema: Aafenmut   Jue Nov 15, 2012 8:17 am



Estela de Aafenmut, encontrada en su tumba. Mide 23 cm X 18.2 cm X 3.5 cm

Y fue encontrada por Rogers en 1928
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Descripción de la estela:

The small wooden stela of Aafenmut is topped by the solar barque in the sky, which is supported by the emblems of the east (on the right) and the west (on the left). The deceased, wearing a wrap-around dress over a tunic, presents incense to the seated sun god, Ra-Harakhty, from whom he is separated by an offering table.

Aafenmut vivió en esta época:

Tecer periodo intermedio, dinastía XXII
reinado de osorkon I

Su tumba está en el-Khokha.
(MMA 832), Pit 2, MMA 1914-1915 (White)
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MensajeTema: Re: Aafenmut   Jue Nov 15, 2012 8:23 am

algo sobre Aafenmut

Finally, the author notes that the Royal Treasurer Djedmontuiufankh, son of Aafenmut II, lists his family geneaology on the opposite side of this papyrus. (Payraudeau, op. cit, pp.84-85) This specific list of his family tree is given: Harsiese-->Bakenkhonsu-->Harsiese-->Aafenmut I-->Merkhonsu-->Harsiese--> (name lost)-->Harsiese-->Aafenmut II-->Djedmontuiufankh-->Harsiese. An Aafenmut, a scribe of the Chief Treasurer, was buried under Osorkon I (bracellets on his Mummy bore this king's prenomen). Frederic notes that an identification of this person with one of the listed predecessors of Djedmontuiufankh is certain here since this person functioned as a 'scribe of the Treasury'--a state office with which Djedmontuiufankh's family was intimately linked with. However, this Aafenmut was probably Aafenmut I rather than Aafenmut II, Djedmontuiufankh's father, since this person's son could not lived beyond three family generations (under Takelot I, Osorkon II and the High Priest Nimlot C) from the reign of Osorkon I into Year 14 of Takelot II, as the author notes. Frederic also highlights the existence of the funerary stela of a certain Harsiese, son of Merkhonsu, which was found at the Ramesseum and has been stylistically dated to the 9th Century BC in the period around Takelot I or Osorkon II's reign to support his hypothesis that both Aafenmut I and Merkhonsu were direct ancestors of Djedmontuiufankh. The Ramesseum is the memorial temple (or mortuary temple) of Pharaoh Ramses II (Ramses the Great). ...
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MensajeTema: Re: Aafenmut   Jue Nov 15, 2012 8:25 am

Thirdly, Fred notes that the Royal Treasurer Djedmontuiufankh lists his family geneaology on the opposite side of this papyrus. There is written a line of Harsiese-Bakenkhonsu-Harsiese-Aafenmut I-Merkhonsu-Harsiese-X(name lost)-Harsiese-Aafenmut II-Djedmontuiufankh-Harsiese. Fred notes that an Aafenmut, a scribe of the Chief Treasurer, was buried under Osorkon I(bracellets on his Mummy bore this king's name). He argues that the identification of this person with an ancestor of Djedmontuiufankh's is likely since Aafenmut functioned as a scribe of the Treasury and Djedmontuiufankh's family line was intimately linked in service with this office. But this Aafenmut was probably Aafenmut I, rather than Aafenmut II(Djedmontuiufankh's father) since this person's son could not possible be expected to have survived past three generations from Osorkon I's time (under Takelot I, Osorkon II, Nimlot) into Year 14 of Takelot II. Fred also notes the existence of the funerary stela of a certain Harsiese, son of Merkhonsu, which has been dated to the 9th Century BC around the period from Takelot I, Osorkon II, or Takelot II's reign to back up his theory that both Aafenmut and Merkhonsu were direct ancestors of Djedmontuiufankh.

Fred finally shows in a table how Djedmontuiufankh could only have served under Takelot III, rather than Takelot II as Egyptologists have generally assumed. (See below.) In my Opinion, Fred's builds a very strong and convincing case for attributing a Year 14 date to Takelot III because he combines various strands of evidence for a later dating of this document. Such a redating consequently implies that the Year 19 date at Wadi Gasus likely belongs to Takelot III, rather than Rudamun or Nimlot since Takelot III would only have needed to have ruled for an extra 5 years. By the Way, Frederic suggests that Quay Level Text #45--which according to Broekman belongs to either Year 17, 18 or 25 of an Anonymous Theban king who ruled after Year 39 of Sheshonq III--should be ascribed to Takelot III based on the evidence of Papyrus Berlin 3048.

GENEALOGICAL TABLE:
Aafenmut (I)==Osorkon I
Merkhonsu==Takelot I
Harsiese==Osorkon II
X(Name lost)==Nimlot
Harsiese==Takelot II
Aafenmut (II)==Osorkon III
Djedmontuiufankh==Takelot III

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MensajeTema: Re: Aafenmut   Jue Nov 15, 2012 8:28 am


Canopic jar
Period: Late Period, Kushite Dynasty: Dynasty 25 Date: ca. 712–664 B.C. Geography: Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, el-Khokha, Tomb of Aafenmut (MMA 832), Pit of Pekherenkhonsu and Heribsenes, MMA 1914-1915 (White) Medium: Limestone Dimensions: h. 23cm (9 1/16 in); diam. 13 cm (9 1/16 x 5 1/8 in.) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1928 Accession Number: 28.3.59a, b

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MensajeTema: Re: Aafenmut   Jue Nov 15, 2012 8:29 am






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Period: Middle Kingdom–Early New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 11–18 Date: ca. 2124–1504 B.C. Geography: Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, el-Khokha, Tomb of Aafenmut (MMA 832), Pit 2, MMA 1914-1915 (White) Medium: Mud, unbaked Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1928 Accession Number: 28.3.9


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Canopic Coffin in the form of Qebehsenuef
Period: Third Intermediate Period Dynasty: Dynasty 22 Reign: reign of Osorkon I Date: ca. 924–889 B.C. Geography: Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, el-Khokha, Tomb of Aafenmut (MMA 832), Pit 2, MMA 1914-1915 (White) Medium: Wood, paint Dimensions: L. 28 cm (11 in) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1928 Accession Number: 28.3.36a, b

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MensajeTema: Re: Aafenmut   Jue Nov 15, 2012 8:32 am


Period: Late Period, Kushite Dynasty: Dynasty 25 Date: ca. 712–664 B.C. Geography: Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, el-Khokha, Tomb of Aafenmut (MMA 832), Pit 1, MMA 1914-1915 (White) Medium: Wood, gesso, paint Dimensions: h. 56 cm (22 1/16 in); w. 58-67 cm ( 22 13/16 - 26 3/8 in) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1928 Accession Number: 28.3.53



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MensajeTema: Re: Aafenmut   Jue Nov 15, 2012 8:33 am



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Period: Middle Kingdom–Early New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 11–18 Date: ca. 2124–1504 B.C. Geography: Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, el-Khokha, Tomb of Aafenmut (MMA 832), Pit 2, MMA 1914-1915 (White) Medium: Mud, unbaked Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1928 Accession Number: 28.3.12

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MensajeTema: Re: Aafenmut   Jue Nov 15, 2012 8:50 am


Middle Kingdom–Early New Kingdom
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Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, el-Khokha, Tomb of Aafenmut (MMA 832), Pit 2, MMA 1914-1915 (White)

Mud, unbaked
Rogers Fund, 1928

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