Ankhesenpepi

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Ankhesenpepi II - Biography
... Ankhesenpepi II was the daughter of Khui and the female vizier Nebet ... Her sister Ankhesenpepi I was also married to King Pepi I and her brother Djau served as vizier ... Both Ankhesenpepi II and her sister Ankhesenpepi I were married to Pharaoh Pepi I whose throne name was Meryre their name was taken when the marriage took place, since it means "Her life belongs to Pepi/Meryre" ...
Sixth Dynasty Of Egypt - Pharaohs
2331 BC Pepi I Nefersahor/Merenre 2331 – 2287 BC Pyramid in South Saqqara Ankhesenpepi I Ankhesenpepi II Nubwenet Meritites IV Inenek-Inti Mehaa Nedjeftet ...
Pepi II Neferkare
... was traditionally thought to be the son of Pepi I and Queen Ankhesenpepi II but the South Saqqara Stone annals record that Merenre had a minimum reign of 11 years ... found within the funerary temple of Queen Ankhesenpepi II, the known mother of Pepi II—were discovered in the 1999/2000 excavation season at ... inscriptions on these stone blocks give Ankhesenpepi II the royal titles of the "King's Wife of the Pyramid of Pepy I, King's Wife of the Pyramid of Merenre ...
Royal Titles of Ankhesenpepi II
... it makes a reference to king Pepi II, this shows that Merenre married Queen Ankhesenpepi II after Pepi I died ... Merenre was Ankhesenpepi II's nephew ... shows that no period of coregency existed under Pepi I and Merenre, this suggests that Merenre and Ankhesenpepi II were rather the parents of Pepi II (rather than Pepi I ...
Ankhesenpepi I - Biography
... Ankhesenpepi was a daughter of Nebet the female vizier and her husband Khui ... Ankhesenpepi's sister was Ankhenespepi II, and her brother was Vizier Djau ... Both sisters - Ankhesenpepi I and II - were married to Pharaoh Pepi I whose throne name was Meryre their name was probably taken when the marriage took place, since it means "Her life belongs to Pepi/Meryre" ...