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Pebekkamen was an ancient Egyptian official during the reign of pharaoh Ramesses III of the 20th Dynasty. Along with the official Mesedsure and the secondary queen Tiye, he was a primary conspirator in the Harem conspiracy, a plot to overthrow Ramesses. The conspiracy, organised primarily by Tiye, intended to depose or assassinate Ramesses III and place Pentawere, her and Ramesses' son, onto the throne instead of his elder half-brother Ramesses IV.The Judicial Papyrus of Turin indicates that prior to his arrest, Pebekkamen had served as "chief of the chamber" to Ramesses. Like the names of many other conspirators mentioned in the Judicial Papyrus, "Pebekkamen" is actually a pejorative pseudonym reflecting his execrable behaviour; his true name is never revealed.

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  • Pebekkamen fue un funcionario del antiguo Egipto durante el reinado del faraón Ramsés III de la dinastía XX. Junto con el funcionario Mesedsure y la reina secundaria , fue uno de los principales conspiradores en la conspiración del harén, un complot para derrocar a Ramsés.​ La conspiración, organizada principalmente por Tiye, pretendía deponer o asesinar a Ramsés III y colocar al príncipe Pentaur, su hijo y el de Ramsés, en el trono en lugar de su hermanastro mayor Ramsés IV.​El Papiro judicial de Turín indica que antes de su detención, Pebekkamen había servido como jefe de cámara a Ramsés.​ Al igual que los nombres de muchos otros conspiradores mencionados en el Papiro Judicial, "Pebekkamen" es en realidad un pseudónimo peyorativo que refleja su execrable comportamiento; su verdadero nombre nunca se revela.​ De sus crímenes, los registros de la corte dicen: Lo trajeron por su connivencia con Tiy y las mujeres del harén. Hizo causa común con ellas, y comenzó a sacar sus palabras a sus madres y a sus hermanos que estaban allí, diciendo: "¡Agita al pueblo! Incitad a los enemigos a la hostilidad contra su señor". Fue puesto ante los grandes nobles del tribunal de examen; examinaron sus crímenes; comprobaron que los había cometido. Sus crímenes lo embargaron; los nobles que lo examinaron hicieron que se le juzgara.​ Tras su juicio, Pebekkamen fue ejecutado por muerte en la hoguera, un método que conllevaba un estigma especial, ya que se creía que impedía al ejecutado pasar a la otra vida. (es)
  • Pebekkamen was an ancient Egyptian official during the reign of pharaoh Ramesses III of the 20th Dynasty. Along with the official Mesedsure and the secondary queen Tiye, he was a primary conspirator in the Harem conspiracy, a plot to overthrow Ramesses. The conspiracy, organised primarily by Tiye, intended to depose or assassinate Ramesses III and place Pentawere, her and Ramesses' son, onto the throne instead of his elder half-brother Ramesses IV.The Judicial Papyrus of Turin indicates that prior to his arrest, Pebekkamen had served as "chief of the chamber" to Ramesses. Like the names of many other conspirators mentioned in the Judicial Papyrus, "Pebekkamen" is actually a pejorative pseudonym reflecting his execrable behaviour; his true name is never revealed. Of his crimes, the court records state: He was brought in because of his collusion with Tiy and the women of the harem. He made common cause with them, and began bringing out their words to their mothers and their brothers who were there, saying: "Stir up the people! Incite enemies to hostility against their lord." He was placed before the great nobles of the court of examination; they examined his crimes; they found that he had committed them. His crimes seized him; the nobles who examined him brought his judgment upon him. Following his trial, Pebekkamen was executed by burning, a method which carried particular stigma as it was believed to prevent the executed from progressing to the afterlife. (en)
  • Pebekkamen (... – 1155 a.C.) è stato un funzionario e cospiratore egizio. (it)
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  • Pebekkamen (... – 1155 a.C.) è stato un funzionario e cospiratore egizio. (it)
  • Pebekkamen fue un funcionario del antiguo Egipto durante el reinado del faraón Ramsés III de la dinastía XX. Junto con el funcionario Mesedsure y la reina secundaria , fue uno de los principales conspiradores en la conspiración del harén, un complot para derrocar a Ramsés.​ La conspiración, organizada principalmente por Tiye, pretendía deponer o asesinar a Ramsés III y colocar al príncipe Pentaur, su hijo y el de Ramsés, en el trono en lugar de su hermanastro mayor Ramsés IV.​El Papiro judicial de Turín indica que antes de su detención, Pebekkamen había servido como jefe de cámara a Ramsés.​ Al igual que los nombres de muchos otros conspiradores mencionados en el Papiro Judicial, "Pebekkamen" es en realidad un pseudónimo peyorativo que refleja su execrable comportamiento; su verdadero nomb (es)
  • Pebekkamen was an ancient Egyptian official during the reign of pharaoh Ramesses III of the 20th Dynasty. Along with the official Mesedsure and the secondary queen Tiye, he was a primary conspirator in the Harem conspiracy, a plot to overthrow Ramesses. The conspiracy, organised primarily by Tiye, intended to depose or assassinate Ramesses III and place Pentawere, her and Ramesses' son, onto the throne instead of his elder half-brother Ramesses IV.The Judicial Papyrus of Turin indicates that prior to his arrest, Pebekkamen had served as "chief of the chamber" to Ramesses. Like the names of many other conspirators mentioned in the Judicial Papyrus, "Pebekkamen" is actually a pejorative pseudonym reflecting his execrable behaviour; his true name is never revealed. (en)
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