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Ik las dit laatst en vind het wel een interessant feit.
A vase belonging to his daughter, Herit, was found in the tomb of Amenhotep I, which would indicate that at some point his daughter may have been married to a Theban king.
Grimal, Nicholas. A History of Ancient Egypt. p.189. Librairie Arthéme Fayard, 1988
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Apepi (Apopis) had inderdaad twee zonen en ik geloof nog een paar dochters. Maar of ze nu getrouwd was met een Thebaanse koning???
Het kan goed zijn, veronderstel ik dat Herit cado's opstuurde in de hoop ze niet verbannen zou worden. Maar dan ook nog, werden alle kinderen van Apepi niet gedood na de zegeviering van Ahmose?
Het kan ook zijn dat ze die vaas als souvenier hebben meegenomen :p
XD ik weet het niet. Maar ik zal er eens achter gaan opzoeken ... =3
Apepi I, (also Awoserre Apepi or Apophis) was a ruler of Lower Egypt during the Fifteenth dynasty and the end of the Second Intermediate Period. According to the Turin Canon of Kings, he ruled for forty years, and would have ruled during the early half of the 1500's if he outlived his rival Kamose but not Ahmose I. Apepi was dominant over most of Egypt during the early portion of his reign, and traded peacefully with the Theban 17th Dynasty. A vase belonging to his daughter, Herit, was found in the tomb of Amenhotep I, which would indicate that at some point his daughter may have been married to a Theban king. Although he may have possibly even been the suzerain over Upper Egypt during the beginning of his reign, the 17th Dynasty eventually assumed dominance, and the Hyksos were driven out of Egypt no more than 15 years after his death.
Awoserre Apepi may or may not have been the same person as Aqenienre Apepi. Some egyptologists believe there were two, or possibly even three Apepi, although others believe they all refer to the same Apepi.
His throne name appears in the Haggada as a Pharaoh who knew the Pharaoh who married Saray, who is named Khyan.
Heb al op google liggen zoeken maar ik vind maar 14 resulaten met hetzelfde dat je hebt geschreven...
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In Manetho’s opinion (Flawius) Apopi ruled 36 years and 7 months. Turin Canon records a span of 108 years of total rule for 6 kings of this dynasty. Some scholars (Grimal) suggest two different rulers of the same name, however the prevalent opinion is that royal titulary had been changed during the long time of Pharaoh’s Apopi rule. It is believed that this ruler, despite his Hyksos origin and warring with Theban princes, was to great extent “Egyptianized “, well educated and rather peacefully disposed. He is mentioned on the Rhind and Saillier I papyri, as well as records of priesthood of Memphis and numerous relics of architecture. There are known two sisters of the ruler, Tani and Tcharydjet and his daughter – Harta. First years of his rule seem to bring peace with southern lands. It was only under Sekenenre violent struggles begin, continued thereafter by Kamose.
This king is most commonly known by his Greek name, Apophis (and overly familiar to anyone who has seen Stargate). He is very well attested and is considered to have the longest reign of any of the Hyksos kings.
His name is obviously taken from the Egyptian god Apep, the god of -------. He was considered to be a well-educated man, as well, and thoroughly "Egyptianized".
Ipepi obviously ruled during the same period as the kings in Thebes and other provincial rulers. He provoked a war with the king in Thebes (Tao II) by writing a letter complaining that the noise of Tao II's pet hippos (hundreds of miles away) were interrupting his sleep. He was obviously rather insulting about the whole thing, as Tao immediately took up arms and marched to war. This is the start of the war of liberation of the Theban kings. Most believe that Ipepi did not want a war -- and some even posit that he was not responsible for the letter at all, that it was the result of other members of his court or other rulers. The letter, by the way, is in the British Museum.
Maar ze spreken hier nog over een tweede Apepi, dus waarschijnlijk zijn zoon of zo... Ik zal hier uitgebreid een onderzoek over starten.