koningin ahmose nefertari

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koningin ahmose nefertari

Bericht door king tutankhamun » za 18 apr 2009, 13:52

Ahmose-Nefertari was in het begin van de 18e dynastie van de Egyptische oudheid de zus en vrouw van farao Ahmose. Ze had - voor zover bekend - twee kinderen: de latere farao Amenhotep I en zijn vrouw (en zus) Ahmose-Meritamon. Het kleinkind van Ahmose-Nefertari, Aahmes, trouwde met Tutmoses I. Ook koningin/farao Hatsjepsoet en Thuya, die trouwde met de zakenman Yuya, waren invloedrijke personen die van de koningin afstamden.

Ahmose-Nefertari was de eerste Oud-Egyptische koningin die de titel Goddelijke Vrouw van Amon droeg.

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Posthumous stele of Amenhotep I and Ahmose-Nefertari making an offering to Osiris:
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De Mummie van Ahmose Nefertari:

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Re: koningin ahmose nefertari

Bericht door Thoetmosis XII » za 18 apr 2009, 18:07

Stammen de ouders van Koningin Teje van Ahmose-Nefertari af <shocked>
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Bericht door king tutankhamun » zo 19 apr 2009, 15:18

ja zeker wist je dat dan niet <huh> <wow>
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Bericht door Thoetmosis XII » zo 19 apr 2009, 18:31

Ik dacht dat ze uit Nubië kwamen...
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Bericht door Anchesenamon » zo 19 apr 2009, 18:35

Ik dacht van Mitanni <rolleyes> <shy> <blush>

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Bericht door king tutankhamun » za 25 apr 2009, 21:20

dus eigenlijk trouwde amenhotep III met z`n familie <shocked>
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Bericht door Thoetmosis XII » za 25 apr 2009, 21:25

Als dat waar is, dan is die 18e dynastie wel een heel erg incestueuze kliek <shocked>
Maar volgens mij kwam koningin Teje gewoon uit een andere familie, en trouwde Farao Amenhotep III dus NIET met een familielid...
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Bericht door king tutankhamun » za 25 apr 2009, 21:29

maar tuya en juya stamde af van ahmose nefertari en anmenhotep III ook , hij trouwde met tiy de dochter van tuya en juya. dus ze kunnen bloedverwanten zijn je weet maar nooit
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Bericht door king tutankhamun » zo 26 apr 2009, 12:10

een ding stap ik niet waarom werd ze bijna altijd afgebeeld met een zwart/bruine huid?
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Bericht door king tutankhamun » wo 06 jan 2010, 17:08

hier de Engelse versie <greensmile>



Ahmose-Nefertari of Ancient Egypt was the royal sister and the great royal wife of pharaoh, Ahmose I. Upon the death of Ahmose I, their heir, Kamose, became pharaoh, but was killed in war. Ahmose-Nefertari then became the regent for another son and ruled until he could attain the age to ascend the throne as Amenhotep I. During her regency she was recognized as a formidable warrior, and at her burial she was given special honors for her accomplishments in war. After her death, she was worshiped as a deity in the funerary cult of Thebes.

Her name appears on many monuments, from Saï to Tura. She is known still to have been alive during the first year of the reign of her son-in-law, Thutmose I. Thus, she apparently outlived her son, Amenhotep I, who reigned over Egypt for nearly twenty-one years after her regency



Founders of the eighteenth dynasty of Egypt

Some Egyptologists assert that Queen Ahhotep I was the founder of the eighteenth dynasty, establishing a matrilineal succession that would extend through the dynasty and end only with her daughter Queen Ahmose-Nefertari, because, after the death of her husband, Seqenenre Tao II, Ahhotep enabled two of her sons, Kamose and Ahmose I, to become pharaohs and to unite Egypt following the Hyksos occupation and that, furthermore, between their reigns Ahhotep ruled the country as regent, maintaining the effort to drive out these foreigners and to restore the native dynasties.

Queen Ahhotep's husband had initiated the overthrow of the Hyksos and may have died in battle. Her son, Kamose, made battle with them and died in the war as well. She then became regent and a warrior queen, continuing the battle. When Ahhotep's son, Ahmose I, came of age and ruled as pharaoh, he finally drove the Hyksos out of Egypt. This second son of hers, Ahmose I, became the first king of the eighteenth dynasty, a pharaoh ruling over the reunited country. His wife and sister, Queen Ahmose-Nefertari, had the following royal children, Amenhotep I, Mutnofret, and Ahmose-Meritamon, two of whom would become the next king and queen of Egypt.


Titles
Queen Ahmose-Nefertari held many titles, among them, she held the office of Second Prophet of Amun at the Karnak temple. Records from a later era indicate that in this position she would have been responsible for all temple properties, administration of estates, workshops, treasuries and all the associated administration staff. Nefertari later exchanged this post with her husband and received in exchange land and staff to set up a college of female temple singers and musicians. These women may have led celibate lives as they were all buried together in the Theban necropolis. At this time, she also became the first living, royal woman known to be entitled, God's Wife of Amun, a title dating from the Middle Kingdom. Her mother, Ahhotep I, royal wife of Seqenenre Tao II and the mother of Ahmose I as well, had held the title of God’s Wife of Amun first; but the title only has been found on her coffin however, and therefore, some Egyptologists assert that she may not have held the office and exercised its duties. In that case, those scholars speculate that the title may have been given to Ahhotep posthumously.

The villagers of Deir el-Medina held Amenhotep I and his mother Queen Ahmose Nefertari in high regard over many generations. When Amenhotep died he became the center of a village funerary cult, worshiped as "Amenhotep of the Town". When the Queen died she also was deified and became "Mistress of the Sky" and "Lady of the West".



God's Wife of Amun
The office of God's Wife of Amun had existed in earlier dynasties, but previously, the holder of the title was not a woman of the royal line as the cult was not the dominant one in the changing religious traditions of the culture. Once the cult became dominant, and the temple in which the pharaoh officiated, it became a hereditary title and role for the royal women who served as the highest ranking priestess in the administration of the most powerful temple of the country, passing from one generation to another. The holder of this office, be it wife or daughter, was a close adviser who participated in daily contact with the pharaoh during ceremonies and rites.

Religion and government were interwoven inexorably in Ancient Egypt. For that reason, some scholars describe the administration of the temple of Amun as the virtual rulers of the country while Thebes was the capital of Egypt. Later in this same dynasty, one pharaoh, Akhenaten, moved the capital to another city to escape their influence, adopting the primary solar deity worshiped at the new capital instead of Amun, and establishing his own administrators and policies, but as soon as he died, the priests of Amun regained their control of the government, the location of the capital, and the dominance of their deity
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Re: koningin ahmose nefertari

Bericht door Nofret » vr 29 jan 2010, 9:08

Teye was geen familie, hoe komen ze daar nou weer bij <verward>
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Bericht door king tutankhamun » vr 29 jan 2010, 11:28

ze hebben der onderzoek na gedaan.
Yuya en Thuya waren verre familieleden van ahmose-nefertari

ze hebben ooit het dna van ahmose-nefertari vergeleken met dat van Yuya en Thuya en het bleek dat ze familie van elkaar waren <shocked>
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Bericht door Nofret » vr 29 jan 2010, 15:33

Nooit wat van gehoord of gelezen <verward> <shocked>
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Bericht door king tutankhamun » vr 29 jan 2010, 18:26

ik las het op internet toen ik 10 jaar was <greensmile> is al paar jaartjes terug <lol> kep der daarna nooit meer wat ober gehoord <pale>
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Bericht door hetepherachet » vr 29 jan 2010, 19:43

Heb hier ook nog nooit van gehoord....
Even gekeken in de complete royal families of Ancient Egypt. Ook daar wordt totaal geen verband gelegd tussen deze personen.
Daarnaast gaat men er vanuit dat Yuya en Tuya, zeker Yuya van buitenlandse afkomst waren, Ahmose-nefertari niet.

Dus ben heel benieuwd waar je dit gelezen hebt.

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Bericht door king tutankhamun » za 30 jan 2010, 12:54

dank je hetepherachet hetep dat je ff gekeken hebt!

ik zag die site 5 jaar terug voor het laatst O_o zou niet meer weten waar die site gebleven is xD
ben al wezen zoeken maar heb niks kunnen vinden <neutraal>
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