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Ahmose-Nebetta (alternatively written Ahmose-Nebta) (“Child of Iah (the Moon) - Lady of the Land”) was a princess during the late Seventeenth Dynasty of Egypt. She was probably the daughter of Seqenenre Tao and Queen Ahhotep I. She was the sister of Pharaoh Ahmose I.

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  • Amosis-Nebetta, o Ahmose-Nebetta/Nebta (Filla de Iah, la Lluna - Senyora de la Terra) va ser una princesa egípcia del final de la XVII Dinastia. Probablement era filla dels reis Seqenenre Tao i Aah-Hotep I. Era germana del faraó Amosis I, primer monarca de la XVIII Dinastia.
  • Ahmose-Nebetta (alternatively written Ahmose-Nebta) (“Child of Iah (the Moon) - Lady of the Land”) was a princess during the late Seventeenth Dynasty of Egypt. She was probably the daughter of Seqenenre Tao and Queen Ahhotep I. She was the sister of Pharaoh Ahmose I.
  • Ahmose-Nebetta (A veces escrito como Ahmose-Nebta) (en antiguo egipcio, “Hija de Iah (la Luna) - Señora de la tierra”) fue una princesa de finales de la decimoséptima dinastía de Egipto. Probablemente era hija de Seqenenra Taa y la reina Ahhotep y hermana del faraón Amosis I.
  • Ahmose-Nebetta (alternatifnya ditulis Ahmose-Nebta) (“Anak (sang Bulan) - Nyonya Tanah”) merupakan seorang putri selama akhir dinasti ke-17 Mesir. Ia diduga adalah putri Seqenenre Tao II dan Ratu Ahhotep I. Ia adalah saudari Firaun Ahmose I.
  • Ahmose-Nebetta (anche Ahmose-Nebta) (... – ...) è stata una regina egizia della XVII dinastia.
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  • Amosis-Nebetta, o Ahmose-Nebetta/Nebta (Filla de Iah, la Lluna - Senyora de la Terra) va ser una princesa egípcia del final de la XVII Dinastia. Probablement era filla dels reis Seqenenre Tao i Aah-Hotep I. Era germana del faraó Amosis I, primer monarca de la XVIII Dinastia.
  • Ahmose-Nebetta (alternatively written Ahmose-Nebta) (“Child of Iah (the Moon) - Lady of the Land”) was a princess during the late Seventeenth Dynasty of Egypt. She was probably the daughter of Seqenenre Tao and Queen Ahhotep I. She was the sister of Pharaoh Ahmose I.
  • Ahmose-Nebetta (A veces escrito como Ahmose-Nebta) (en antiguo egipcio, “Hija de Iah (la Luna) - Señora de la tierra”) fue una princesa de finales de la decimoséptima dinastía de Egipto. Probablemente era hija de Seqenenra Taa y la reina Ahhotep y hermana del faraón Amosis I.
  • Ahmose-Nebetta (alternatifnya ditulis Ahmose-Nebta) (“Anak (sang Bulan) - Nyonya Tanah”) merupakan seorang putri selama akhir dinasti ke-17 Mesir. Ia diduga adalah putri Seqenenre Tao II dan Ratu Ahhotep I. Ia adalah saudari Firaun Ahmose I.
  • Ahmose-Nebetta (anche Ahmose-Nebta) (... – ...) è stata una regina egizia della XVII dinastia.
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