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1570 BCE - 1069 BCE: The Office of God's Wife of Amun becomes increasingly significant during the New Kingdom of Egypt.
1570 BCE - 1530 BCE: Queen Ahhotep I, mother of Ahmose I, holds the title God's Wife of Amun.
1570 BCE - 1544 BCE: Reign of Ahmose I of Thebes during which his wife Ahmose-Nofretari is God's Wife of Amun.
1479 BCE - 1458 BCE: Pharaoh Hatshepsut passes title of God's Wife of Amun to her daughter after assuming power.
1386 BCE - 1295 BCE: No mention of God's Wife of Amun during the reigns of Amenhotep III, Akhenaten, Tutankhamun, and Horemheb.
1255 BCE: Death of Nefertari, God's Wife of Amun and Royal Queen, wife of Ramesses II.
1191 BCE - 1190 BCE: Twosret reigns as pharaoh and holds title of God's Wife of Amun.
1145 BCE - 1137 BCE: Celibacy becomes standard for God's Wife of Amun during the reign of Ramesses VI; his daughter Isis is the first celibate God's Wife.
714 BCE - 700 BCE: Amenirdis I, daughter of King Kashta, serves as one of the most powerful God's Wives of Amun in Egypt.
655 BCE - 585 BCE: Nitokris I is among the most powerful God's Wives of Amun in Egypt's history.
595 BCE - 525 BCE: Ankhenesneferibre reigns from Thebes as God's Wife of Amun, effectively ruling Upper Egypt.
525 BCE: Nitokris II last named God's Wife of Amun before Persian Invasion and abolition of the office.