Queen Nefertiti is the wife of King Amenhotep IV (later Akhenaten), the famed 18th-century Pharaoh and Tutankhamen’s mother-in-law. She was one of the most powerful women in ancient Egypt. She lived shortly after her husband’s death, and Tutankhamun helped to take over the king. She was a fine queen during her husband’s reign. She belonged to the 18th Dynasty and lived in the 14th century BC Nefertiti was famous for her half-faced statue of a sculptured face on a piece of limestone in one of the finest pieces of art of the old age, the most famous of Queen Nefertiti’s drawings.
Queen Nefertiti’s origins are uncertain and she is believed to be the daughter of Ay, the chief of the army, and her breast-feeder was the wife of Minister Ai, who is likely to be the brother of Queen Tye. He was often called the “Father of God” and this suggests that he may have been his father by virtue of marrying his mother. I never mentioned himself as Abu Nefertiti. Although there are references to the image of the sister of Nefertiti Death of Notgmat decorated by the tomb of Ay.
Her role as a wife
Queen Nefertiti participated in the worship of the new god as the power of the sun disk and she and her husband mediate between the people and Athen, and are supposed to grant full blessing only when the royal couple reunites. In the early years of her husband’s reign, Nefertiti changed her name according to the change of her faith to Nefernferton Nefertiti Shine because the beautiful has come “.
Nefertiti recalls the bust of her painted and carved face on a piece of limestone in one of the finest pieces of art of the old age, the most famous image of Queen Nefertiti. On December 6, 1912, the Germanologist Ludwig Burchardt found the statue of Tuthmosis the sculptor at Tel Amarna.
Borchardt fled the full statue (not scratched) to his home in the Zamalek neighborhood of Cairo, and from there fled to Germany, hidden within pieces of broken pottery of no value, sent to Berlin for restoration.