Coregency

A coregency (or co-principality) is the situation where a monarchical position (such as king, queen, emperor or empress), normally held by only a single person, is held by two or more.

Read more about Coregency:  Historical Examples, Date Discrepancies

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Identity of Neferneferuaten - Nefertiti - Sunset Theory
... To support the Nefertiti-Tutankhamun coregency, he cites jar handles found bearing her cartouche and others bearing those of Tutankhaten found in Northern Sinai ... for Neferneferuaten - 2 plus a fraction - are not enough to allow for a short coregency with Akhenaten plus an independent reign or another coregency with ... by Murnane to account for the lack of double dates in the New Kingdom even when a coregency is known to exist ...
Coregency - Date Discrepancies
... Thiele proposed coregency as a possible explanation for discrepancies in the dates given in the Hebrew Bible for the reigns of the kings of Israel and Judah ... At least one coregency is explicitly documented in the Bible the coronation of King Solomon occurred before the death of his father David ...
The Alleged Coregency of Shebitku
... confirmed that the object is a forgery which cannot be used to postulate a possible coregency between Shabaka and Shebitku ... inscription in Nile Level Text Number 33 has been assumed to record a coregency between Shabaka and Shebitku among some scholars ... Therefore, the evidence for a possible coregency between Shabaka and Shebitku is illusory at present ...
Uzziah - Further Chronological Notes
... Since there is no word for "coregency" in Biblical Hebrew, an explicit mention using this word will never be found ... indication of what in modern terms is called a coregency ... that the pharaohs, in giving the year of their reign, never relate whether it is measured from a coregency ...
Akhenaten - Death, Burial and Succession
... IV succeeded to the throne on the death of his father, Amenhotep III, or whether there was a coregency (lasting as long as 12 years according to some ... Reeves, Peter Dorman and other scholars comes out strongly against the establishment of a long coregency between the two rulers and in favour of either no coregency or a brief ... Berman in 1998 contests the view of any coregency whatsoever between Akhenaten and his father ...