Tourism in Tomb of Queen Nefertari



Tourism in Tomb of Queen Nefertari.
QV 66 The name 'Nefertari' (Meri-Mut) means 'The Most Beautiful of All', 'The Beloved of Mut'. Queen Nefertari married Ramses II before he ascended the throne and thus occupied a peculiar position in his life in general and in his court in particular: she was his friend, his confidant and the mother of his eldest son. Among her names were: "Hereditary Noblewoman; Great of Favors; Possessor of Charm, Sweetness and Love; Mistress of Upper and Lower Egypt; the Osiris; The King's Great Wife; Mistress of the Two Lands, Nefertari, Beloved of Mut, Revered Before Osiris". Her role, compared with the wives of other pharaohs, confirms her being part of the entourage of Ramses, not only during the civil and religious ceremonies, but even in major expeditions: she accompanied him in his expedition ...Read More


Tourism in Tomb of Queen Nefertari