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Nubemhat
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"Gold is Foremost"
Dynasty 17th Dynasty
Pharaoh(s) Sobekemsaf II
Titles King's Great Wife
Spouse(s) Sobekemsaf I
Issue Sobekemsaf II (?), Sobekemheb
Burial Unknown

Nubemhat (transliteration: nbw-m-ḥꜤt, meaning: "Gold is Foremost") was an ancient Egyptian Queen of the Seventeenth Dynasty during the Second Intermediate Period.

Titles[]

Nubemhat's only known title is King's Great Wife (ḥm.t-nswt-wr.t).

Family[]

Nubemhat's parentage remains unknown. She was the queen consort of Pharaoh Sobekemsaf I. She is known from several monuments. A statue with her name and title was found at Kawa in Nubia. She also appears on a stela from Dendera where her daughter, princess Sobekemheb is mentioned. As the only known wife of Sobekemsaf I, she may have been the mother of his son and successor, Sobekemsaf II.

Burial[]

The wherabouts of Nubemhat's tomb and mummy remain unknown.

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