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Resting place
Pyramid in Saqqara
Occupation Queen of Egypt
Religion Ancient Egyptian religion
Spouse(s) Pepi I

Inenek, also called Inti was an ancient Egyptian queen consort, a wife of Pharaoh Pepi I of the 6th dynasty.[1]

in hieroglyphs


Inti's titles were: Hereditary Princess (iryt-p`t), Foremost of the Elite (ḥ`tit-p`t), King’s Wife (hmt-niswt), King’s Wife, his beloved (ḥmt-niswt mryt.f), Daughter of Merehu (z3t-Mrḥw), Daughter of Geb (z3t-Gb).[2]


Inenek-Inti was buried in a pyramid at Saqqara. Her pyramid is part of the pyramid complex of her husband Pepi I. Her complex is located just west of that of Queen Nubwenet. Inenek-Inti may have been slightly more important than Nubwenet as her pyramid and mortuary temple are slightly larger than those of Nubwenet's. Inenek-Inti's complex is surrounded by a perimeter wall. Her mortuary temple was built so that the building wound around a corner. The mortuary temple included a small pillared hall and an open courtyard which featured several offerings tables.[3]


  1. ^ Dodson, Aidan and Hilton, Dyan. The Complete Royal Families of Ancient Egypt
  2. ^ Grajetzki, Wolfram Ancient Egyptian Queens: A Hieroglyphic Dictionary
  3. ^ Verner, M., The Pyramids: The Mystery, Culture and Science of Egypt's great Monuments