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|Kushite King of Meroe|
|Full name||Aramatle-qo Neferibre|
|Consort||Atamataka, Piankh-her, Maletasen, Amanitakaye, Akhe(qa)?|
|Arematle-qo Neferibre 
Török mentions that Aspelta used the following prenomen and nomen:
Prenomen: Wadjkare ("Re is one whose ka endures")
- Atamataka, her pyramid is located at Nuri (Nu. 55). A heart-scarab belonging to Atamataka was found in Nu. 57.
- Piankh-her. Buried at Nuri (Nu. 57)
- Akhe(qa?) was a daughter of Aspelta (and possibly Henuttakhbit). She may have been a sister wife of Aramatle-qo. She is buried at Nuri (Nu. 38)
- Amanitakaye, was a daughter of Aspelta and a sister-wife of Aramatle-qo. She is the mother of King Malonaqen. Buried at Nuri (Nu. 26). Known from a shawabti and other funerary items.
- Maletasen is known from a shabti. She was buried at Nuri (Nu. 39).
Aramatle-qo is primarily attested by his pyramid Nu 9 in Nuri which dates to the end of the 6th or the 5th century BC. A votive object bearing his name originates from Meroe. A piece of jewelry from Aramatle-qo's pyramid, a gold collar necklace which bears his name, was found here. It may have belonged to the king himself or to one of his courtiers.
- Dows Dunham and M. F. Laming Macadam, Names and Relationships of the Royal Family of Napata, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, Vol. 35 (Dec., 1949), pp. 139-149
- Derek A. Welsby, The Kingdom of Kush, British Museum Press, 1996. p.207
- László Török, The kingdom of Kush: handbook of the Napatan-Meroitic Civilization
- Lazlo Török: Meroe City, an Ancient African Capital, London 1997, S. 236-39, ISBN 0-85698-137-0
|Rulers of Kush||