The House of Netjer, a Kemetic Orthodox Temple

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Title: Epithet of Nefertari
Post by: Norasia on December 04, 2018, 01:44:55 am
Em Hotep

I've often seen that Ramses referred to Nefertari as "she for whom the sun shines" does anyone know what that name was in the Ancient Kemetic language?
Title: Re: Epithet of Nefertari
Post by: Capra on December 04, 2018, 03:08:20 pm
Not yet, but it comes from a dedication at Abu Simbel:

http://mathstat.slu.edu/~bart/egyptianhtml/kings%20and%20Queens/Queen_Nefertari.html (http://mathstat.slu.edu/~bart/egyptianhtml/kings%20and%20Queens/Queen_Nefertari.html)

Abu Simbel, Lesser Temple Facade: 2 large statues of Nefertari
Dedications on Buttresses
On the Two Southernmost Buttresses:
A temple of great and Mighty monuments, for the Great Royal Wife Nefertari Meryetmut, for whose sake the (very) sun does shine, given life and beloved;