Setepenre

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Setepenre
in hieroglyphs

Setepenre is an often-used title of Egyptian kings (pharaohs), meaning "Elect of Re". It was also used as a personal name in at least two instances.

Pronunciation[edit]

In Akkadian records, the name (referring to Ramesses II) is rendered in Akkadian cuneiform as šá-te-ep-na-ri/e-a.[1] According to the Egyptologist Dr. Loprieno the word was likely pronounce in Ancient Egyptian as IPA: [satepna'riːʕa].[2]

As a personal name[edit]

As a throne name[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Loprieno, Antonio (1995), Ancient Egyptian - A linguistic introduction, Oxford University Press, p. 29
  2. ^ Loprieno, Antonio (1995), Ancient Egyptian - A linguistic introduction, Oxford University Press, p. 29