The so-called Will of Naunakhte (1154 BCE) has become rightly
famous in Egyptology. So where did she come from and what really
happened to her eight surviving children, four of whom were
daughters? By carefully studying the documents mentioning members
of the family and including all the material mentioning the women
of the New Kingdom village of Deir al-Medina and other sources, the
author once again puts to the forefront the remarkable role played
by ordinary women in ancient Egypt.
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