Definition of Chantress. Meaning of Chantress. Synonyms of Chantress

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word Chantress. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word Chantress and, of course, Chantress synonyms and on the right images related to the word Chantress.

Definition of Chantress

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

Meaning of Chantress from wikipedia

- London: The Guardian. Smith, Julian (July–August 2012). "Tomb of the Chantress". Archaeology.org. "Egyptian tomb holds singer Nehmes Bastet's remains"...
- 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...
- of Amun, Shoshenq and the mother of Pharaoh Harsiese A. She was also a Chantress of Amun. She is mentioned on a statue of Bes. Her hudband was previously...
- 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...
- entertain Antefoker. She is identified on the north wall of the tomb as "chantress, Khuwyt, daughter of Maket." Their songs are about Hathor, the golden...
- Lands for the Southern Deserts. His wife is a Lady of the House and a Chantress of Amun. Her name is Nebkhentu. The tomb consists of a set of stairs leading...
- 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...
- chamber. In the hall are seated statues of Pennesuttawy and his wife the chantress of Amun, Maia. In the pillared hall Pennesuttawy appears before different...
- I, during the 19th Dynasty. Userhet was the son of Khensemhab and the chantress of Montu, named Tausert. His wife was Hatshepsut called Shepset. The court...
- woman from a more influential family. She herself carried the titles of "Chantress of Amun" and "Lady of the House", both of which speak to her noble birth...
Loading...