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Bulletin de l’Institut français d’archéologie orientale 104
2004 IFAO
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Tenttepihou, une dame d’Atfih, épouse morganatique du futur Thoutmosis IV.

Two well known Shabtis in Marseille (Vieille-Charité n° 365 and n° 366), formerly attributed to an otherwise unknown queen Tenthapi, belong in fact to a royal acquaintance called Tenttepihu. This shadowy woman was probably a morganatic spouse of Thutmosis IV before his accession to the throne. The new reading of the name and titles allows to suggest that Tenttepihu was born in the vicinity of modern Atfih and that she was the mother of a prince called Pentepihu.

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