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EGYPTIAN ANTIQUES ANTIQUITIES Senenmut With Neferure Block Statue 1473-1458 BCE

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller ancient-egypt (199) 100%, Location: Luxor, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 153161992189 ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ANTIQUE SENENMUT WITH NEFERURE CUBE BLOCK STATUE 1473-1458 BCE Princess Neferure Carried by Her Tutor SenenmutSenenmut, the Most Favored Official of the Dowager Queen Hatshepsut, Who Reigned from About Offering an Image of Renenutet, Goddess of the Harvest and Nourishment, on Behalf of the Well-Being of His Sovereign and in Hopes of Eternal Blessings for Himself. Senenmut Was the First Commoner Since the Old Kingdom to Enjoy a Level of Wealth, Prestige, and Privilege Approaching That Traditionally Associated with Royalty. as the Queen’s Advisor and Tutor of Her Only Daughter, Neferure, Senenmut Held More Than Eighty Titles (Including Great Treasurer of the Queen; Chief Steward of the King; and Overseer of the Treasury, Granary, Fields, and Cattle of Amun), Which Permitted Him Control Over the Vast Resources of the Royal Family as Well as of the State God, Amun. as Chief Royal Architect, He Was Also Responsible for Many Major Building Projects and Is Credited with the Design of the Splendid Funerary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut at Deir-El-Bahri in Western Thebes Princess Neferure Was the Daughter of Queen Hatshepsut and Tuthmosis II. Neferure Was First Raised by the Courtier Ahmose Pennekhbet, and Later by the Steward Senenmut. Some Time After Neferure Became God's Wife of Amun, It Seems That Her Care Was Given Over to Senimen, a Former Tutor of Hatshepsut Herself.(Neferure as an Adult)Neferure Has the Titles: King’s Daughter (S3t-Niswt) and God’s Wife (Hmt-Ntr). She May Have Held the Titles of Great King’s Wife (Hmt-Niswt-Wrt) and Mistress of Upper and Lower Egypt (Hnwt-Shm’w T3-Mhw) as Well. an Inscription Later Adapted for Queen Satiah (Wife of Tuthmosis Iii) May Have Originally Belonged to Neferure. If So, This Indicates That She May Have Married Her Half-Brother.(Burial)Neferure's Burial Place Is Not Known for Certain, but Some Have Speculated That She May Have Been Buried in the Valley of the Monkeys (A Valley Between the Valley of the Kings and the Valley of the Queens). the Alleged Tomb of Neferure Is in Wady C of the Wady Gabbanat El-Qurud. Allegedly Neferura Cartouche Was Found on a Rock. in Nearby Wady a A Rocktomb Was Excavated for Neferura's Mother Queen Hatshepsut, When She Was Still a Queen. in This General Area They Also Found the Tomb of the Three Foreign Wives of Tuthmosis III- Height: 15 cm / 5.90 Inch- Bottom Measurements: 8 x 5 Cm / 3.14 x 1.96 Inch- Weight: 918 gmProvenance:(Object Is Accompanied with an Scanned Copy of Certificate of Ownership)The New Certificate Of Ownership Which Contain All the Object Information And Previous Owner Information And Your Name As A New Owner Of The Object Will Be Sent to Your Email After 1 weekI Herewith Declare That the Object Was Purchased by Me in Egypt / Luxor City 1979 as a Part of Large Collection and Has Been in My Collection Since Then.I Warrant That the Object Is in the Same Condition as I Bought It from the Previous Owner and That There Is No Any Alterations of Any Kind(This Illustrated Certificate of Ownership Contain)Name & Hand-Signature of the Current OwnerPrevious & Current Owner Addresses / Contact InformationObject NameObject ConditionObject DimensionsObject Country / City of OriginOn Jun-12-18 at 19:13:08 PDT, seller added the following information: Condition: Certified Pre-Owned (CPO), Material: Stone, Provenance: Ownership History Available, Object Type: Ancient Egyptian Historical Artifacts

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