Sitre In

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The Ancient Egyptian noble Sitre In (or Sitra In, or Sit-re known as In or Inet) was buried in the Valley of the Kings, in tomb KV60. She has been identified as the nurse of Hatshepsut. A life-sized statue shows her holding her charge.[1] Although not a member of the royal family, she received the honour of a burial in the royal necropolis. Her coffin has the inscription sdt nfrw nsw in m3‘t ḥrw, meaning Royal Wet Nurse.


  1. ^ Eric H. Cline, David B. O'Connor, Thutmose III: A New Biography, University of Michigan Press 2006, ISBN 0-472-11467-0 p.98