The mummy of the queen Nijmet Nijmit, Nujumat, Nujumit or

The mummy of the queen Nijmet Nijmit, Nujumat, Nujumit or

10/27/2021, 1:30:35 PM
The mummy of the queen Nijmet Nijmit, Nujumat, Nujumit or Nujumet, is an ancient Egyptian queen who is not a ruler or the wife of a king from the end of the Twentieth Dynasty and the beginning of the Twenty-First Dynasty, and she is the wife of the High Priest of Amun, Herihor. Her life: - Queen Nijm may be the daughter of the last king of Ramesses, King Rameses XI, and possibly the wife of the high priest of Amun Bayanekhi, if the latter was the ancestor of Herihor in the great priesthood of Amun, as supported by Carl Janssen Winklin. And early in her life she held titles such as Lady of the House and Head of the Women of the God Amun, and according to two Egyptologists, Aidan Dodson and Diane Hilton, the queen had several children from her first husband in Abankhi: Haqanfar, Haqamat, Violence if death, so we die (a female), The most famous of them all was the future high priest of Amun who became king of Bayingam I (Binozem I). Queen Nijm was trusted by the high priest Bayanekhi, so every time he had to do his business in Nubia, he would let her manage good affairs for her. When he died around 1070 BC, Herihor was proposed as his successor. Queen Najm was able to preserve her privileges by marrying this man, and at a later time when Herihor claimed the right to the throne - even though this was within the boundaries of the Temple of Amun at Karnak only - she actually became Najm "The Queen": her name became engraved in cartouches and then she became pregnant. Titles such as the goddess of the two lands and the mother of the king. The queen Najm lived for a longer period even than her second husband Harihor, and she died in the first years of the reign of King Smendes, about 1064 BC. Her mummy: - The mummy of Queen Najm was discovered in the Deir al-Bahari cache (TT320). And her body indicates that she died of old age. It was mummified with a new mummification technique that involved the use of false eyes and stuffing the upper and lower extremities under the skin with linen and other materials. The heart was still present inside her body and with her mummy, there were two books from the Book of Exodus for the Day, one of them, (British Museum Pa

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