The Identity of the Ramesside Queen Tyti *

@article{Grist1985TheIO,
  title={The Identity of the Ramesside Queen Tyti *},
  author={Jehon Grist},
  journal={The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology},
  year={1985},
  volume={71},
  pages={71 - 81}
}
  • Jehon Grist
  • Published 1985
  • Art
  • The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology
Jusque-la mal definie dans la 20 Dynastie, la reine Tyti semble bien devoir etre rattachee au regne de Ramses III. Etude des paralleles entre les peintures de la tombe de la reine (QV 52), celles de la tombe de Ramses (KV 11) et quelques-unes des tombes de ses fils (QV 42, 43, 44, 53). Architecture et style. Le Livre des Morts. Les textes de la tombe de la reine (formule " diw ") suggereraient qu'elle serait la fille de Ramses III 
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