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Maatkare B was a wife of pharaoh Osorkon I and the mother of the High Priest of Amun Shoshenq C. Maatkare was the daughter of Psusennes II (also known as Pasebkhanut II). Maatkare is known from several sources. Her statuette, of which only the base with a pair of feet is preserved (Marseille, Musée Borély no. 432) may be a re-used New Kingdom piece. A statue of the Nile-god - now in the British Museum (BM 8) - was dedicated by her son Shoshenq C, and he lists his parents as Osorkon I and Maatkare. Maatkare is called the King's Daughter of ... Har-Psusennes II, beloved of Amun. On a statue from the Karnak Cachette (Cairo Museum CG 42194), also dedicated by her son Shoshenq, Maatkare has the titles Prophetess of Hathor, Lady of Dendera, God's Mother of Harsomtus, and King's Daughter.

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  • ماعت كارع (ملكة)
  • Maatkare B
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  • ماعت كارع (أو ماعت كارع (ب))، هي ملكة مصرية قديمة غير حاكمة أو زوجة ملك عاشت خلال عهد الأسرة الثانية والعشرين، وهي زوجة الملك أوسركون الأول وأم كاهن آمون الأكبر ششنق (ج).
  • Maatkare B was a wife of pharaoh Osorkon I and the mother of the High Priest of Amun Shoshenq C. Maatkare was the daughter of Psusennes II (also known as Pasebkhanut II). Maatkare is known from several sources. Her statuette, of which only the base with a pair of feet is preserved (Marseille, Musée Borély no. 432) may be a re-used New Kingdom piece. A statue of the Nile-god - now in the British Museum (BM 8) - was dedicated by her son Shoshenq C, and he lists his parents as Osorkon I and Maatkare. Maatkare is called the King's Daughter of ... Har-Psusennes II, beloved of Amun. On a statue from the Karnak Cachette (Cairo Museum CG 42194), also dedicated by her son Shoshenq, Maatkare has the titles Prophetess of Hathor, Lady of Dendera, God's Mother of Harsomtus, and King's Daughter.
  • Maatkare B fue una esposa del faraón Osorkon I y madre de Shoshenq C, sumo sacerdote de Amón. Era hija de Psusenes II (también conocido como Pasebkhanut II).​ Se conoce a Maatkare gracias a varias fuentes. Su estatuilla, de la que solo se conserva la base con ambos pies (Marsella, Musée Borély, núm. 432) puede ser una pieza del Imperio Nuevo reutilizada.​​ Una estatua del dios Nilo -hoy en el Museo Británico (BM 8)- dedicada por Shoshenq C, menciona como padres de Shoshenq a Osorkon I y a Maatkare. A esta se la llama hija del Rey... Har-Psusenes II, amado de Amón. En una estatua de hallada en Karnak (Museo de El Cairo, CG 42194), también dedicada por Shoshenq, Maatkare tiene los títulos profetiza de Hathor, señora de Dendera, madre del dios de Harsomtus, e hija del rey.​
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  • ماعت كارع (أو ماعت كارع (ب))، هي ملكة مصرية قديمة غير حاكمة أو زوجة ملك عاشت خلال عهد الأسرة الثانية والعشرين، وهي زوجة الملك أوسركون الأول وأم كاهن آمون الأكبر ششنق (ج).
  • Maatkare B was a wife of pharaoh Osorkon I and the mother of the High Priest of Amun Shoshenq C. Maatkare was the daughter of Psusennes II (also known as Pasebkhanut II). Maatkare is known from several sources. Her statuette, of which only the base with a pair of feet is preserved (Marseille, Musée Borély no. 432) may be a re-used New Kingdom piece. A statue of the Nile-god - now in the British Museum (BM 8) - was dedicated by her son Shoshenq C, and he lists his parents as Osorkon I and Maatkare. Maatkare is called the King's Daughter of ... Har-Psusennes II, beloved of Amun. On a statue from the Karnak Cachette (Cairo Museum CG 42194), also dedicated by her son Shoshenq, Maatkare has the titles Prophetess of Hathor, Lady of Dendera, God's Mother of Harsomtus, and King's Daughter. A Karnak inscription on the seventh pylon names a woman called Maatkare, King's Daughter of Psusennes Beloved of Amun, and this is usually though to refer to Maatkare B.
  • Maatkare B fue una esposa del faraón Osorkon I y madre de Shoshenq C, sumo sacerdote de Amón. Era hija de Psusenes II (también conocido como Pasebkhanut II).​ Se conoce a Maatkare gracias a varias fuentes. Su estatuilla, de la que solo se conserva la base con ambos pies (Marsella, Musée Borély, núm. 432) puede ser una pieza del Imperio Nuevo reutilizada.​​ Una estatua del dios Nilo -hoy en el Museo Británico (BM 8)- dedicada por Shoshenq C, menciona como padres de Shoshenq a Osorkon I y a Maatkare. A esta se la llama hija del Rey... Har-Psusenes II, amado de Amón. En una estatua de hallada en Karnak (Museo de El Cairo, CG 42194), también dedicada por Shoshenq, Maatkare tiene los títulos profetiza de Hathor, señora de Dendera, madre del dios de Harsomtus, e hija del rey.​ Una inscripción de Karnak, en el séptimo pilón, menciona a una mujer llamada Maatkare, hija del rey de Psusennes, amado de Amón, y habitualmente se la considera una referencia a Maatkare B.
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  • Pharaoh Osorkon I
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  • Statue of the High Priest of Amun Shoshenq, mentioning his parents Osorkon I and Maatkare. Cairo, CG 42194
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