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  Psusennes I
989 - 943 B.C.E. Psusennes I was chief priest of Amun at Tanis.
Psusennes I was the son of Pharaoh Pinudjem I. Psusennes I name means "The Star Appearing in the City".
Psusennes I was buried in his tomb at Tanis with his wife Mutnedjmet.
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 Psusennes
Psusennes' mummy was virtually entirely destroyed by the damp conditions in the delta but his jewellery and other non perishable grave goods survived in perfect condition.
The fl sarcophagus had all trace of it's original owner erased but fortunately a cartouche was missed on the red sarcophagus which reveals it was originally made for Ramesses II's successor, the Pharaoh Merenptah.
During the time of Psusennes, known as the Third Intermediate Period, the Valley of the kings was officially looted for it's treasures and many of the funeral goods were reused.
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 Psusennes I tomb contents
Psusennes I - Overseer 14.3 cm (worker 13.5 cm).
In Psusennes I tomb it was used as the base for the large libation stand.
One of the 36 rings found on the mummy of Psusennes, found on the mummy's thumb - the inscriptions are of Psusennes' prenomen.
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 Psusennes I information - Search.com
Psusennes' outer and middle sarcophagi had been recycled from previous burials in the Valley of the Kings, a state-sanctioned tomb-robbing that was common practice in the Third Intermediate Period.
He noted that Psusennes I's teeth were badly worn and full of cavities, and observed that the king suffered from extensive arthritis and was probably crippled by this condition in his final years.
While some authors, including New Chronology followers claim that Psusennes I may actually be identical with Psusennes II, this is impossible because Psusennes II is clearly distinguished from Psusennes I by Manetho and is given an independent reign of 14/15 years in the author's Epitome.
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 Psusennes I at AllExperts
Psusennes' outer and middle sarcophagi had been recycled from previous burials in the Valley of the Kings, a state-sanctioned tomb-robbing that was common practice in the Third Intermediate Period.
He noted that Psusennes I's teeth were badly worn and full of cavities, and observed that the king suffered from extensive arthritis and was probably crippled by this condition in his final years.
While some authors, including New Chronology followers claim that Psusennes I may actually be identical with Psusennes II, this is impossible because Psusennes II is clearly distinguished from Psusennes I by Manetho and is given an independent reign of 14/15 years in the author's Epitome.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Psusennes I
Psusennes' precise reign length is unknown because different copies of Manetho's records credit him with a reign of 41 to 46 Years.
Psusennes I is believed to have initiated a brief coregency with his son, Amenemope for c.2 years.
Psusennes I's reign is significant because it marked the first time that a son of one of the Theban High Priests of Amun--Pinedjem I--became king in Lower Egypt.
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 Egypt: Rulers, Kings and Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt: Psusennes I
Egypt: Rulers, Kings and Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt: Psusennes I
Psusennes I was the third king of the Twenty-first Dynasty and is probably the best known of all this dynasty's kings.
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 Egyptian Pharaohs :Third Intermediate Period : Dynasty 21 : Psusennes I
Psusennes began his reign by relocating many of the monuments from the Rammeside capitol of Per-ramesses to the new capitol at Tanis.
Psusennes was buried in an intact tomb in Tanis which also contained a second chamber for his sister/wife.
Later, Amenemope's mummy was also placed here, which leads many to believe that this may have been a cache for the mummies of the 21st dynasty.
www.phouka.com /pharaoh/pharaoh/dynasties/dyn21/03psusennes1.html   (109 words)

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