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  • Mequitta Ahuja

    Queen Tiye from Guron, Egyptian Dynasty XVIII, 4" Ägyptisches Museum Berlin

  • Andy Naidu

    *EGYPT: The Great Royal Wife Tiye, matriarch of the Amama Dynasty-from the Altes Museum in Berlin, Germany: Spouse: Amenthotep III, Father: Yuya, Mother: Thuya, Borne: 1398 BC, Akhmim, Upper Egypt; Died: 1338 BC; Burial KV35, Valley of the Kings, Thebes. Religion Ancient Egyptian religion. (Looks like Michelle Obama)

  • Violet Shimer Love

    The Great Royal Wife Tiye, matriarch of the Amarna Dynasty Tiye (c. 1398 BC – 1338 BC, also spelled Taia, Tiy and Tiyi) was the daughter of Yuya and Tjuyu (also spelled Thuyu). She became the Great Royal Wife of the Egyptian pharaoh Amenhotep III. She is the mother of Akhenaten and grandmother of Tutankhamun.- from the Altes Museum in Berlin, Germany @Jess Liu zheng.wikipedia.org

  • Ashley Cassidy

    Tiye(1398 BC –1338 BC) became the Great Royal Wife of the Egyptian pharaoh Amenhotep III. Tiye was married to Amenhotep III by the second year of his reign. He had been born of a secondary wife of his father and needed a stronger tie to the royal lineage.[3] He appears to have been crowned while still a child, perhaps between the ages of six to twelve. They had at least seven, possibly more children.

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