Patareshnes

Patareshnes, formerly (and mistakenly) read as Penreshnes[2], was a consort of Pharaoh Shoshenq I. Her name means "the land rejoices in her." She was the mother of Nimlot B, the Overseer of the Army of Neni-nesu (Herakleopolis Magna). The names of her parents are not known, but her father held the title "Great Chief of the Foreigners," indicating he was Libyan.[2] Patareshnes is known from a number of documents, particularly a statue of her son Nimlot B now in Vienna (ÄOS 5791).[3]

Patareshnes
Queen consort of Egypt
SpousePharaoh Shoshenq I
IssueNimlot B
Dynasty22nd of Egypt
FatherUnknown "Great Chief of the Foreigners"
ReligionAncient Egyptian religion
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Patareshnes[1]
in hieroglyphs

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Tyldesley, Joyce. Chronicle of the Queens of Egypt. Thames & Hudson. 2006. ISBN 0-500-05145-3
  2. ^ a b Kitchen, Kenneth A. The Third Intermediate Period in Egypt, 1100-650 B.C. (Book & Supplement) Aris & Phillips. 1986, p 290,575, ISBN 978-0856682988
  3. ^ Dodson, Aidan, and Dyan Hilton. The Complete Royal Families of Ancient Egypt. Thames & Hudson. 2004. ISBN 0-500-05128-3