Marianne Luban
re: Ankhkheperure Meritaten
Fri Sep 2, 2016 10:58
174.23.185.15

Jaime:

"The answer was in the link I send all along. Stupid me for not seeing all the items listed at once.

http://www.griffith.ox.ac.uk/gri/carter/046gg.html

Here, Meritaten is in clear association with the pronomen Ankhkeperure."


Well, on that line drawing the /t/ is there in the name element "mryt" but Reeves says that is not there, but only "Meryaten" [which can refer to a male] and even the determinative after the name is ambiguous. But I am still confused about how many sequins there were, so I will have to go back to my own link and read the chapter of Reeves again. Mistakes in writing on a sequin is certainly going to be a possibility.

  • Ankhkheperure MeritatenJaime O, Thu Sep 1 21:27
    The answer was in the link I send all along. Stupid me for not seeing all the items listed at once. http://www.griffith.ox.ac.uk/gri/carter/046gg.html Here, Meritaten is in clear association with the ... more
    • re: Ankhkheperure Meritaten — Marianne Luban, Fri Sep 2 10:58
      • Ankhkheperure MeritatenMarianne Luban, Fri Sep 2 11:12
        Reeves wrote that there are 47 sequins of the same type and all from the same die that were on a garment. The sequins have a double cartouche, with one saying "Ankhkheperure" and the other... more
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