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Qedmerut
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"Divine Adoratrice, Qedmerut"
Predecessor:
Karomama-Meritmut
Divine Adoratrice of Amun Successor:
Shepenupet I
Dynasty 22nd and 23rd Dynasty
Pharaoh(s) Osorkon IIOsorkon III
Titles Divine Adoratrice of Amun
King's Daughter
Father Osorkon II (?)
Burial Unknown

Qedmerut (transliteration: qd-mrw.t) was an ancient Egyptian Divine Adoratrice of Amun of the Twenty-second Dynasty during the Third Intermediate Period. Qedmerut is believed to be a daughter of Pharaoh Osorkon II, since – under this king's rule – she was adopted as heir by the God's Wife of Amun Karomama-Meritmut, who would then be her older sister. Sometime during Osorkon III's reign, however, Qedmerut predeceased Karomama. She was succeeded as Divine Adoratrice by Shepenupet I, the daughter of Osorkon III.

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Predecessor:
Karomama-Meritmut
Divine Adoratrice of Amun
22nd and 23rd Dynasty
Successor:
Shepenupet I
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