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Nimaethap II (also Nymaathap) was an ancient Egyptian queen, most likely living in the Fifth Dynasty. She is only known from her mastaba tomb excavated by George Andrew Reisner at Giza. Apart from a false door, the cult chambers of the mastaba were undecorated. On the false door the queen bears the titles she, who sees Horus and Seth and great one of the hetes screptre. These are typical titles for queen of the Egyptian Old Kingdom. Her mastaba dates on architectural grounds to the Fifth Dynasty, but it is not possible to be more precise on the dating. Her royal husband remains therefore unknown.

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  • نيماعت حاب الثانية
  • Nimaathapi (II.)
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  • نيماعت حاب الثانية ، ملكة مصرية قديمة ، على الأرجح عاشت في عهد الأسرة الخامسة. و هي معروفة فقط من مصطبة حفرها عالم المصريات جورج أندرو ريزنر في الجيزة. و باستثناء الباب الكاذب ، كانت غرف المصطبة غير مكتمل العمل فيها.
  • Nimaathapi war eine altägyptische Königin, die in der 5. Dynastie um 2500 v. Chr. lebte. Sie war Besitzerin der Mastaba G 4712 in der Nekropole von Gizeh, in der sie vermutlich auch bestattet wurde. Sie trug die Titel „Große des Hetes-Szepters“ und „die den Horus und Seth schauen darf“. Ihr Ehemann ist unbekannt. Gizeh war in der 5. Dynastie nicht mehr königliche Nekropole, ihr Bestattungsort fernab der Pyramiden dieser Dynastie ist rätselhaft.
  • Nimaethap II (also Nymaathap) was an ancient Egyptian queen, most likely living in the Fifth Dynasty. She is only known from her mastaba tomb excavated by George Andrew Reisner at Giza. Apart from a false door, the cult chambers of the mastaba were undecorated. On the false door the queen bears the titles she, who sees Horus and Seth and great one of the hetes screptre. These are typical titles for queen of the Egyptian Old Kingdom. Her mastaba dates on architectural grounds to the Fifth Dynasty, but it is not possible to be more precise on the dating. Her royal husband remains therefore unknown.
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  • نيماعت حاب الثانية ، ملكة مصرية قديمة ، على الأرجح عاشت في عهد الأسرة الخامسة. و هي معروفة فقط من مصطبة حفرها عالم المصريات جورج أندرو ريزنر في الجيزة. و باستثناء الباب الكاذب ، كانت غرف المصطبة غير مكتمل العمل فيها.
  • Nimaathapi war eine altägyptische Königin, die in der 5. Dynastie um 2500 v. Chr. lebte. Sie war Besitzerin der Mastaba G 4712 in der Nekropole von Gizeh, in der sie vermutlich auch bestattet wurde. Sie trug die Titel „Große des Hetes-Szepters“ und „die den Horus und Seth schauen darf“. Ihr Ehemann ist unbekannt. Gizeh war in der 5. Dynastie nicht mehr königliche Nekropole, ihr Bestattungsort fernab der Pyramiden dieser Dynastie ist rätselhaft.
  • Nimaethap II (also Nymaathap) was an ancient Egyptian queen, most likely living in the Fifth Dynasty. She is only known from her mastaba tomb excavated by George Andrew Reisner at Giza. Apart from a false door, the cult chambers of the mastaba were undecorated. On the false door the queen bears the titles she, who sees Horus and Seth and great one of the hetes screptre. These are typical titles for queen of the Egyptian Old Kingdom. Her mastaba dates on architectural grounds to the Fifth Dynasty, but it is not possible to be more precise on the dating. Her royal husband remains therefore unknown.
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