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The decision to move this page was very incorrect. The material on this page is about Ahhotep I, Ahmose's mother. Ahhotep II is a later queen. Furthermore, there's another ahhotep queen page, somthing a little mispelled, which should be merged or deleted, because it's about this queen as well. Thanatosimii 13:22, 19 August 2006 (UTC)
I moved this page from Ahhotep II to Ahhotep I, because Grimal and Shaw both say that this queen is Ahhotep I. Furthermore, I suggest that the redundant page Aahhotep I be merged into this page, because they are clearly about the same person and Ahhotep I is the more common (and more correct) form of the name. Thanatosimii 00:58, 20 August 2006 (UTC)
The Aegaean wouldn't be called "Yawan" until the Ionians started colonizing in about 900BC, therefore, the Ancient Egyptians wouldn't have called them "Yawan." The Aegaean Sea was known as the "The Great Green (Sea)", and the Greek mainland, or at least part of it, was probably "Tanaju," but was general refered to as just "The Islands Beyond the Sea." Even this article states that in one epithets of the Queen. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 00:10, 26 April 2014 (UTC)