Ancient Egypt Wiki
Advertisement
Preceded by:
Neithiqret I
God's Wife of Amun Succeeded by:
None
Ankhnesneferibre
Ankhesenneferibre
Ankhnesneferibre

Statue (CG 42205) of Ankhnesneferibre at the Nubian Museum in Aswan. (CC BY 2.0)

Praenomen
<
G14&tS38nfrnfrnfr
>
Heqaneferumut
Ruler of Mut's Beauties
Nomen
<
anxn
s
ranfrib
>
Ankhnesneferibre
She lives for Neferibre
Dynasty 26th Dynasty
Pharaoh(s) WahibrePsamtik III
Titles God's Wife of Amun
Divine Adoratrice of Amun
High Priest of Amun
King's Daughter
Father Psamtik II
Mother Takhuit
Died Sometime after 525 BC
Burial Medinet Habu

Heqaneferumut Ankhnesneferibre (transliteration: Ꜥnḫ-n-s-nfr-ỉb-rꜤ, meaning: "She lives for Neferibre") was an ancient Egyptian God's Wife of Amun of the Twenty-sixth Dynasty during the Late Period. She was the daughter of Pharaoh Psamtik II. Ankhnesneferibre was the last God's Wife until the office was abolished after the Achaemenid conquest of Egypt.

This page is a stub This article relating to Ancient Egyptian History is a stub. You can help the Ancient Egypt Wiki by expanding it.


Predecessor:
Neithiqret I
God's Wife of Amun
26th Dynasty
Successor:
None
Advertisement