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 The number of Pharaoh's wives

The number of Pharaoh's wives



Pharaoh's wives:




 * Pharaoh, who was called Ramses II, married three major wives: Nefertari died, Nefro Ra Est, Nefertari, Pharaoh Nefertari married when he was sixteen years old, and she was distinguished by her stunning beauty in the city of Thebes, and because she was the husband of the gods, she participated in religious events  And the small temple of Abu Simbel was dedicated to her and Hathahur, and because of that she is not the faithful wife of Pharaoh, and when Nefertari gives birth, the newborn dies shortly after his birth, and Pharaoh went with her to the gods to plead to keep the newborns alive, and it is worth noting that in the Brussels Museum  There is a piece of the statue of Nefertari.



 Est alienated:




 * Est, she was one of the wives of Ramses II, who had a high position among his other wives, and she was ranked second, and he married her because whenever his first wife gave birth, the newborn died, wanting to have children, but he also stayed for six years and his wife did not give birth to him.  In referring to a small glimpse of the story of our master Moses, peace be upon him, that he was found in a box in the sea.  Moses, peace be upon him, grew up,




 * Est Nefert gave birth to the following names: Rameses the son, Khumast, and Merenptah, and in the Brussels Museum there is a small statue of this queen, and it is worth noting that scholars and researchers speculated that Este alienated the same Lady Asia due to the similarity of the names, and archaeologists have said that the name Asia is the meaning  In the Arabic language the same for the Pharaonic name Asta.



 * Matt Nefru-Ra is the daughter of King Khita and the third wife of Pharaoh. She did not believe in Islam. She married Ramses II when he was 57 years old, and their marriage is considered a political interest to support a treaty signed between the two countries.

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