Ankhesenpepi (Ankhesenpepy, Ankhenespepi, Ankhenespepy) was the name of four queen consorts during the sixth dynasty of Egypt. The name means “Her life belongs to Pepi”. Two of them were married to Pharaoh Pepi I (whose throne name was Meryre; these two ladies were also known as Ankhesenmeryre), the other two were married to Pharaoh Pepi II.
- Ankhesenpepi I, wife of Pepi I, mother of Merenre Nemtyemsaf
- Ankhesenpepi II, wife of Pepi I, mother of Pepi II
- Ankhesenpepi III, daughter of Nemtyemsaf, wife of Pepi II
- Ankhesenpepi IV, wife of Pepi II, possible mother of Neferkara I
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