Meresankh I

2700 BC - 2700 BC

Meresankh I

Meresankh I ("She loves life") was Ancient Egyptian kingʻs wife and the mother of King Sneferu. She may have been a wife of King Huni, the last king of the 3rd dynasty.Meresankh Iʻs name appears on a fragment of the Palermo Stone and an estate of Meresankh may be named in the tomb of Pehernefer in Saqqara. She is named alongside her son Sneferu in graffiti in the pyramid temple at Meidum. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Meresankh I has received more than 17,708 page views. Her biography is available in 18 different languages on Wikipedia making her the 540th most popular companion.

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Among companions, Meresankh I ranks 546 out of 586Before her are Margaret Drummond, Queen of Scotland, Duchess Elisabeth Alexandrine of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Théodrate of Troyes, Tranquillina, Eleanor of England, Countess of Bar, and Mary Anne MacLeod Trump. After her are Liutgard of Saxony, Ri Sol-ju, Matilda of Holstein, Gilbert, Duke of Lorraine, Goiswintha, and Blanca of Navarre, Queen of Castile.

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Among people born in 2700 BC, Meresankh I ranks 10Before her are Khaba, Hetepheres I, Merit-Ptah, Prince Rahotep, Meritites I, and Henutsen. After her is Hetephernebti. Among people deceased in 2700 BC, Meresankh I ranks 8Before her are Djoser, Khaba, Sekhemkhet, Seth-Peribsen, Hetepheres I, and Prince Rahotep. After her is Hetephernebti.

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