Egyptian Queen. Likely the daughter of Ramses II and possibly either Isetnofret or Nefertari. After the death of Nefertari, she became Ramses' wife, taking the titles Lady of The Two Lands, Great Royal Wife, and Mistress of Two Lands by the fourth decade of his reign. She is depicted in the greater temple at Abu Simbel. She was buried in the tomb QV60 which though beautifully decorated, was robbed in antiquity. Her tomb was later transformed into a chapel by Coptic Christians. Her name has also been recorded as Nebttaui or Nebtaui. (bio by: Iola)
Valley of the Queens
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Record added: Apr 28, 2006
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