Ahaneith

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Ahaneith
Resting placeUmm el-Qa'ab
OccupationQueen of Egypt (?)
Spouse(s)Djet (?)

Ahaneith was an Ancient Egyptian woman, who lived during the first dynasty. She was named after goddess Neith.

The first dynasty pharaoh Djet was buried in tomb Z in Umm el-Qa'ab and there is a stele bearing Ahaneith's name in that tomb.[1] The stele is named UC 14268.[2] Whether Ahaneith was the wife of the king, a royal official or a relative of the king, is not known.

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