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I'm Rob Salzman (email: genealogy at e-familytree.net)
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Family Sheet
HUSBAND
Name: Thutmose Iv Of Egypt Pharaoh Of Egypt Note Born: Married: Died: at Abt. 1392 Other Spouses: Gilakhipa Of Mitanni
Father: Amenhotep Ii Of Egypt Pharaoh Of Egypt Mother: Tio ( )
WIFE
Name: Mutemwiya Note Born: Died: Father: Artatama I Of Mitanni King Of Mitanni Mother: Unknown
CHILDREN
Name: Amenhotep Iii Of Egypt Pharaoh Of Egypt Born: Died: at Abt. 1344 BC Wife: Tiy Of Egypt
NOTES
1). Thutmose IV, king of Egypt 1419 1386 BC of the 18t h D y n a sty, son of Amenhotep II, and grandson of Thutmos e I I I . H e conducted military expeditions to Nubia and S yri a , co llec ting tribute in both countries. He complete d t h e las t obeli sk begun by Thutmose III and cleared aw ay t h e san d from th e Great Sphinx of Giza. Thutmose I V negot ia ted al liances wi th Babylonia and with Mitann i and marr ie d the da ughter of A rtatama, king of Mitanni . Source Thu tmose IV, Microsoft R Encarta R 98 Enc yclopedia. c 1 993 1997 M icrosoft Corp oration. All rig hts reserved. Thutm ose IV, kin g of Egypt 14 19 1386 BC of the 18th Dy nasty , son of Amen hotep II, and g rand s on of Thutmose II I. H e conducted mili tary expeditio n s to Nubia and Syria , coll ecting tribute i n both count ries . He completed th e last o belisk begun by T hutmose I II and c leared away th e san d f rom the Great Sphi nx o f Giza. Thutmo se IV negot iated alli ances with Babylon i a and with Mitann i and marr ied the dau ghter of Artatam a, k ing of Mitanni. So urce Thutmose IV, Microsoft R Encart a R 98 Encyclopedi a. c 1993 1997 M icrosoft Co rpor ation . All rights reserved. !DEATH edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged
2). Mutemwiya was the wife of Tuthmosis IV and is thou g h t t o h ave been a Mitanni princess who was given to t h e ki n g a s a tribute. She was the mother of the heir t o t he th ro ne , Amenhotep III. She was highly honored b y th e Egypti an s an d was buried at Thebes. Source  www.t oureg ypt.net                    Amenhotep II  s son Thutmos e IV   ruled 1400  139 0 BC   sought to establish peacefu l relatio ns with th e Mita nnia n king Artatama, who had b een succes sful agains t the H ittit es. Artatama gave hi s daughter i n marriage, t he prere quisit e for which wa s probably th e Egyptian cessi on of som e Syria n city sta tes to the Mit annian sphere o f influence . This wa s th e first such dipl omatic marriage , paving th e way for t h e age of Amenhote p III, when the e mphasis shif ted fro m wa r to diplomacy a nd the enjoyment o f the luxur y of e mpire. S ource  www.eb .comMutemwiya was t he wife of T uth mosis IV an d is though t to have been aMita nni prince s s who wa s give n to the k ing as a tribute. Sh e was the moth er of the heir t o the t hrone, Amenhotep II I . She w as high ly honoredby th e Egyp tians and was burie d at The bes. Sourc e  www.touregypt .ne tAm enhote p II  s son Th utmose IV  rul e d 1400 1390 BC  sough t to e stablishpeacefu l relations w i t h the Mitannian kin g Art atama, who had bee nsuccessfu l aga inst the Hittites . Art atama gave hi s daugh ter in m arriage, the prerequisit e f or which was probably th e Egyp tian cessio n of someSy r i an city states to the Mitan nia n sphere of inf luence. Th i s was thefirst such diplomat i c marr iage, pavin g the w a y for the age of AmenhotepIII , w hen the emphasis sh ift e d from war to diplo macy and t he en joyment ofthe luxu r y o f empire. Source  www.eb.com





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