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Tentamun (18th dynasty)

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Tentamun (18th dynasty)

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Tentamun was an ancient Egyptian princess of the eighteenth dynasty; a daughter of Thutmose IV.[1]

Tentamun died in the same year as her father. Tentamun was buried in the Valley of the Kings in tomb KV43 together with her father and with a brother called Amenemhat.[2] A fragment of a canopic jar belonging to Tentamun was found in the tomb. The fragment is now in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.[3]


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