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MensajeTema: Shepenupet II   Jue Nov 28, 2013 11:51 pm

Shepenupet II (alt. Shepenwepet II, prenomen: Henutneferumut Irietre) was an Ancient Egyptian princess of the Twenty-fifth dynasty and the Divine Adoratrice of Amun from around 700 BC to 650 BC. She was the daughter of the first Kushite pharaoh Piye,[1] and sister of Piye's successors Taharqa and Shabaka. She was adopted by her predecessor in office, Amenirdis I, a sister of Piye. Shepenupet was God's Wife from the beginning of Taharqa's reign until Year 9 of Pharaoh Psamtik I. While in office she had to come to a power sharing arrangement with the mayor of Thebes, Montuemhet.[2]

Her niece Amenirdis, the daughter of Taharqa, was appointed as her heiress.[2] Shepenupet was compelled to adopt Nitocris, daughter of pharaoh Psamtik I who reunited Egypt after the Assyrian conquest. This is evidenced by the so-called Adoption Stela of Nitocris. In 656 BC, in Year 9 of the reign of Psamtik I, she received Nitocris at Thebes.[3][4]

Her tomb is located in the grounds of Medinet Habu.[5] She was succeeded by Amenirdis II who was succeeded by Nitocris I.

Tête de la femme d'Amon, Chepenoupet II, fille du roi Piankhy, coiffée de la couronne d'Hathor ; le reste du corps est au Sydney Museum ; en granit, trouvée à Karnak), Musée national, Alexandrie, Égypte).
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en Medinet Habu
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Bas-relief at the mortuary temple of Ramesses III. Divine queen Shepenupet (I think) stands for the gods: Ra, Hathor and Amenirdis. Amenirdis was a divine queen.
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Sight of the entry of the funerary vault of the divine adortrice of Amun Shepenupet II, at Medinet Habou - 25th dynasty of Egypt
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MensajeTema: Re: Shepenupet II   Vie Nov 29, 2013 12:00 am

This scaraboid faience amulet is inscribed on the bottom with the name and title of the divine consort Shepenwepet. The top is carved with the three-dimensional representation of a cat facing the right with the head turned to the front. The workmanship is a little rough, but detailed.
This piece functioned as an individualized amulet of the Divine Consort Shepenwepet II, and was originally mounted or threaded. The image of a cat with kittens conveys the idea of fertility, renewal, and protection, and the name of Shepenwepet the individualization. The amulet should secure the divine status, royal authority of the "Divine Consort," as well as her presence and renewal. It is possible that the amulet was created for the personal use of Shepenwepet, but it is also likely that it was given to a private person to guarantee her patronage.
The identification of the lying animal as a cat is possible by posture, content and comparision, but the round shapes of the ears are a little uncommon and seem more canine. Nevertheless, the attitude of the animal, and the context make identification as cat most likely.]This scaraboid faience amulet is inscribed on the bottom with the name and title of the divine consort Shepenwepet. The top is carved with the three-dimensional representation of a cat facing the right with the head turned to the front. The workmanship is a little rough, but detailed.
This piece functioned as an individualized amulet of the Divine Consort Shepenwepet II, and was originally mounted or threaded. The image of a cat with kittens conveys the idea of fertility, renewal, and protection, and the name of Shepenwepet the individualization. The amulet should secure the divine status, royal authority of the "Divine Consort," as well as her presence and renewal. It is possible that the amulet was created for the personal use of Shepenwepet, but it is also likely that it was given to a private person to guarantee her patronage.
The identification of the lying animal as a cat is possible by posture, content and comparision, but the round shapes of the ears are a little uncommon and seem more canine. Nevertheless, the attitude of the animal, and the context make identification as cat most likely.
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MensajeTema: Re: Shepenupet II   Vie Nov 29, 2013 8:38 am

Aah, el escarabeo del museo de Baltimore Rolling Eyes 
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