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Preceded by:
Shepenupet II
God's Wife of Amun Succeeded by:
Ankhnesneferibre
Neithiqret I
Koine Greek: Νίτωκρις
Romanized: Nitokris
Latin: Nitocris
Neithiqret I

Relief of Neithiqret I as Divine Adoratrice of Amun at her Karnak chapel. (CC BY 3.0)

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Lady of Mut's Beauties
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Neithiqret-Meritmut
Neith is Perfect, Beloved of Mut
Dynasty 26th Dynasty
Pharaoh(s) Psamtik IWahibre
Titles God's Wife of Amun
Divine Adoratrice of Amun
King's Daughter
Father Psamtik I
Mother Mehytenweskhet
Died 585 BC
Burial Medinet Habu
For other pages by this name, see Neithiqret.

Nebetneferumut Neithiqret I (transliteration: nt-ỉqrt, meaning: "Neith is Perfect"), Hellenized as Nitokris (Koine Greek: Νίτωκρις), 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 I, who reunited Egypt after the Assyrian conquest.

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Predecessor:
Shepenupet II
God's Wife of Amun
26th Dynasty
Successor:
Ankhnesneferibre
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