Definition of Chantress. Meaning of Chantress. Synonyms of Chantress

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Definition of Chantress

Chantress
Chantress Chant"ress, n. [Cf. OF. chanteresse.] A female chanter or singer. --Milton.

Meaning of Chantress from wikipedia

- II, who followed him as High Priest. Henuttawy C, wife of Smendes II, Chantress of Amun. She is mentioned on the 10th pylon of the Karnak temple. She...
- for the burial of the priestess Nehmes Bastet, who held the office of "chantress' at the temple of Karnak. The tomb is located on the pathway to Tomb KV34...
- mummies". Little to nothing is known about her life. She was a priestess and chantress in the temple of Amun at Thebes, and after her death her body was embalmed...
- Triad. Amenemopet called Ipy's wife was named Nedjemet, a chantress of Amun, born of the Chantress of Amun Maya. Further titles of Amenhotep called Ipy include...
- Nehmes Bastet was a priestess and held the office of "chantress" in Ancient Egypt. She lived during the Twenty-second Dynasty (approximately 945–712 BC)...
- Ankh-ef-en-Khonsu, <True of> Voice, son of the like titled Ba-sa-en-Mut, borne of the Chantress of Amun-Re, Lady of the House, Ta-nesh<et>. [C1] Words spoken by the Osiris...
- Isetemkheb, Singer of Amun. Henuttawy C Chantress of Amun 21st dynasty fl. c. early-10th century BC A Chantress of Amun during the 21st dynasty. Her father...
- mother of Psusennes I (20th − 21st Dynasty) Henuttawy B, princess and chantress of Amun, daughter of Pinedjem I (21st Dynasty) Henuttawy C, probably daughter...
- short rule. His children by Isetemkheb D were: Psusennes II Harweben, a Chantress of Amun; buried at Bab el-Gasus (?) Henuttawy, God's Wife of Amun By Neskhons...
- fragment of an alabaster vase inscribed with a funerary text for the chantress of Amun and King's Wife, Mutnodjmet, as well as pieces of a statuette...
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