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Smenkhkare

Phantom-Queen/King of Akhet-Aton and the quest for the hitherto unknown chambers in the tomb of Tutankhamun (KV 62)
Verkaufsrang15775inGeschichte
BuchPaperback
108 Seiten
Deutsch
epubli2017
The book presents the various theories on the phantom-like Amarna-ruler Smenkhkare. His or her identity and sex and rule are unclear. It starts with the name Smenkhkare Djeser Kheperu Ankh-Khepru-Ra which are in fact not one birth and one throne name but two throne name. This point to the possibility, that Smenkhkare is a constructed identity and someone else is behind it. He or she may be Hittite Prince Zananza,...mehr
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InhaltThe book presents the various theories on the phantom-like Amarna-ruler Smenkhkare. His or her identity and sex and rule are unclear. It starts with the name Smenkhkare Djeser Kheperu Ankh-Khepru-Ra which are in fact not one birth and one throne name but two throne name. This point to the possibility, that Smenkhkare is a constructed identity and someone else is behind it. He or she may be Hittite Prince Zananza, Queen Nefertiti as successor of Akhenaton, a younger (and never mentioned) son of Amenhotep III or another unknown member of the royal family in Amarna. The mummy in KV 55 is a vital element of the great Enigma of Egyptology.
ZusammenfassungThe book presents the various theories on the phantom-like Amarna-ruler Smenkhkare.
Details
ISBN/GTIN978-3-7450-4145-3
ProduktartBuch
EinbandartPaperback
Verlag
Erscheinungsjahr2017
Erscheinungsdatum15.11.2017
Auflage3. Aufl.
Seiten108 Seiten
SpracheDeutsch
Gewicht177 g
Artikel-Nr.29256094
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KategorieGeschichte

Über den Autor

Habicht, Michael E.
Dr. Michael E. Habicht, geb. 1974, studierte Klassische Archäologie und Ägyptologie den Universitäten Zürich und Basel. Er hat sich auf das Neue Reich, die Königsgräber und Unterweltsbücher, sowie auf die Zeit von Echnaton, Nofretete und Tutanchamun spezialisiert. Michael E. Habicht, born 1974, studied Classical Archaeology and Egyptology at the Universities of Zurich and Basel. He specialized in the New Kingdom, the royal tombs and underworld books, as well as in the time of Akhenaton, Nefertiti and Tutankhamun. He is also Lecturer at Flinders University, Adelaide (Australia) Homepage: https://www.michaelhabicht.info/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/michael.e.habicht/

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