Marianne Luban
Re: Sheshonq I
Sun Sep 9, 2018 10:29
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Ecki wrote:

"In view of this result I asked myself : Pourqoui admettrons que ces statuettes lui une des Úpouses de Psousennes ? Yes, and this is my question. What does we know today about le nom de la femme and her mummy left hand side of Chechonq I. Is there anything make known about her during the last decades ? Its interesting to me. Some hints will be fine."


Unfortunately, I do not study this period so my knowledge is incomplete. However, I do not think Montet discovered the burial of Shoshenq I at Tanis--rather Shoshenq II and III. I do not know anything about a female mummy of skeleton but, now that Shoshenq I is out of the picture--with whom was she found? As to wives of these kings, I came across this information on Wiki:


"Shoshenq III married Djed-Bast-Es-Ankh, the daughter of Takelot, a High Priest of Ptah at Memphis, and Tjesbastperu, Osorkon II's daughter."

  • Sheshonq IEcki, Fri Sep 7 13:49
    Hi all ! I'am almost brandnew here on your Forum and would like to introduce myself to the board on this way. My english is not in a good mood, but I hope it fits for a conversation about ancient... more
    • Re: Sheshonq IJoe Baker, Sun Sep 9 22:25
      Hi Ecki Montet was mistaken. It was later established that the inscriptions on the female like ushabti statuttes in this particular chamber (other than those for Psusennes 2) belonged to Siamun and... more
    • Re: Sheshonq I — Marianne Luban, Sun Sep 9 10:29
      • Re: Sheshonq IMarianne Luban, Sun Sep 9 11:12
        Helpful page with drawing of the situation of the Tanis burials. Perhaps it can help Ecki figure out what Montet had meant. http://www.narmer.pl/groby/nrt_en.htm
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