Egyptian civilization facts about Queen Nefertari
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Egyptian civilization facts about Queen Nefertari the wife of King Ramses II
She was one of the most important wives of King Ramses II, who appeared with him on all important occasions, major religious ceremonies, and state meetings. She bore many children from King Ramses II, but none of them remained as long as their father. The name of Nefertari means “the unmatched beloved, or the star at the beginning of the New Year, and Or a beautiful companion”.
Egyptian civilization facts about Queen Nefertari came from a family of Upper Egypt from the nobles, and it is said that King Ramses II married her to establish ties in the South Valley. And the intensity of the love of the king built a small temple next to his temple Abu Simbel and considered her wife of God at the time under the care of the god Hathor.
The tomb was discovered in the Valley of the Queens in 1904, and was not opened directly to visitors, as it was damaged by the deposition of a lot of salt on the walls as a result of the use of bad limestone in the construction of the cemetery.
At the top of the cemetery, a door is a picture of the horizon with the eye of Horus and the gods Neftis and Isis in the case of worship, and around them two cartouches bearing the name Nefertari. The cemetery was stolenand was not in good condition, half of it was destroyed.
Egyptian civilization facts In the coffin room there were
*Pieces of pink granite belonging to the first ark
*Pieces of gold-plated wood belonging to the wooden ark
*34 pieces of incense-bearing the name Nefertari
*3large broken pots
*Cut off the mummy and some of the coils
*Pieces made from the fountain
*Cut some funerary furniture
A lotus flower, painted in blue, was also used as a grip for the royal ark and some talismans. Despite all this destruction, its colors were beautiful, bright, and considered one of the most beautiful tombs of the Valley of the Queens.
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