Raising the Children High (Episode 100b)

Interlude: A Princess Becomes Queen, a Prince Becomes Heir.

In 1370 BCE, the same year as the Sed-Festival, pharaoh Amunhotep III made two interesting decisions. He made his eldest daughter his wife, and named his eldest (surviving) son as heir to the throne. In a short side-episode, we explore these events and their significance…

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Princess Sit-Amun (Wikipedia).

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The Meidum graffito (Petrie)



Aidan Dodson, Amarna Sunrise, 2014.

Aidan Dodson, “On the Alleged “Amenhotep III/IV Coregency” Graffito at Meidum,” Göttinger Miszellen, 2009.

Peter F. Dorman, “The Long Coregency Revisited: Architectural and Iconographic Conundra in the Tomb of Kheruef,” Causing His Name To Live Studies in Egyptian Epigraphy and History in Memory of William J. Murnane, 2009.

Arielle P. Kozloff, Amenhotep III: Egypt’s Radiant Pharaoh, 2012.

Arielle P. Kozloff and Betsy M. Bryan, Egypt’s Dazzling Sun: Amenhotep III and His World, 1992.

William J. Murnane, Ancient Egyptian Coregencies, 1977.

David O’Connor and Eric Cline (eds.) Amenhotep III: Perspectives on His Reign, 2001.

Lana Troy, Patterns of Queenship in Ancient Egyptian Myth and History, 1986.

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