Nefertiti

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Queen Nefertiti AKA Neferneferuaten AKA "the beauty has come" AKA Neferneferuaten-Nefertiti

Egypt 1370 – @ 1330 BCE


Comments: Egyptians; assisted Pharaoh Akhenaten is a disastrous experiment in monotheism, closing all other Temples (which was commerce), ignoring the Army, moving the capital and devoting all the efforts of the Royal Couple and Dynasty to the worship of the Aten, the Sun Disk; hieroglyphs;


Teachers: King Aha, 3100 BCE; Imhotep, engineer for Pharaoh Djoser; Pharaoh Sneferu; Pharaoh Djedefre / Kheper; Pharaoh Khafre/ Userib; Pharaoh Menkaure/Kakhet; Pharaoh Shepseskaf / Shepseskhet; Pharaoh Djedefptah ; Amenhotep III and Chief Queen Tiye;

Students: Thutmose, sculptor  ; Parennefer, Royal Butler; Ramose, vizier; Camille Paglia; Athena Van der Perre; Pharaoh Ramessess the First; Pharaoh Seti I; Pharaoh Ramesses the Great ; Prof. Bob Brier AKA Mr. Mummy Detective; Manetho; Herodotus; C. Staniland Wake, archaeologist; Joann Fletcher, archaeologist; Kent Weeks ; Peter Locavara; Victor Loret; Richard Payne Knight; Dr. M. Doreal; E. A. Wallis Budge; H. Spencer Lewis; Manly P. Hall; E. Raymond Capt; Guillemette Andreu; J. P. Lepre; Howard Carter ; George Herbert, 5th Earl of Carnarvon; Eric Cline; Nicholas Reeves; Peter Dorman ; Donald Redford; William Murnane; Alan Gardiner; Lawrence Berman ; William L. Moran; Amun-her-khepeshef, son; Diodorus Siculus ; Johann Ludwig Burckhardt; Giovanni Battista Belzoni; Ernesto Schiaparelli ; Professor Kent Weeks; Joyce Tyldesley; Gaston Maspero; Percy Bysshe Shelley, poet; Christian Jacq, writer; Alan Moore, comic writer; Norman Mailer; Anne Rice, author; Thomas Mann; Joan Grant; Yul Brynner, actor; Cecil B. DeMille, producer; Pharaoh Smenkhkare; Dr. Zahi Hawass, head of Egypt's Supreme Council for Antiquities; Allen Drury; Leo-Neferuaten Boyle ; Sarah Parcak, space archaeologist; Dr. Colleen Manassa , Egyptologist at Yale; Jackie aka Dr. Jacquelyn Williamson , Egyptologist at Harvard;


Friends; Pharaoh Akhenaten, her priest, husband and co-ruler; Mutbenret, sister; Meritaten, daughter;

Enemies: the rest of Egypt


Organizations: Great Wife of the Pharaoh, God of all Egypt, Upper and Lower Kingdoms, United;


Resources: Prof. Bob Brief's excellent Teaching Course courses, Great Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt; History of Ancient Egypt ; Origins of Great Ancient Civilizations lectures by Kenneth W. Harl; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nefertiti ; http://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2013/11/nefertiti-as-sensual-goddess/ (great article, and Jackie, you look Marvelous!) ;