Egyptian Royalty. Probably the daughter of Ramses III, the second ruler of the 20th Dynasty. Her titles, Chief Royal Wife, Mistress of the Two Lands, and Pharaoh's Sister, indicate she was also his wife. It is believed that she was the mother of Amenherkhepshef, who is entombed nearby in the Valley of the Queens, and she might have also been the mother of Ramses IV. Her tomb, now designated QV52, is remarkable for its unique art where she is depicted as both a young woman as well as an older woman – uncommon in Egyptian art. Her name has also been spelled Titi. (bio by: Iola)
Valley of the Queens
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