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Satkhnum (daughter of Khnum; reading uncertain, Satba - daughter of Ba is another option) was an Ancient Egyptian king's daughter who lived most likely in the Second Dynasty. She is only known from her stela once placed in her tomb and found at Helwan. On the stela Satkhnum is shown sitting on a chair in front of an offering table. Next to the offering table are shown many offerings. Above this scene is a short text: Satkhnum, the king's daughter. Her royal father is not known. On stylistical grounds the stela is datable to the Second Dynasty.[1]


  1. ^ E. Christiana Köhler, Jana Jones: Helwan II, The Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom Funerary Relief Slabs, Studien zur Archäologie und Geschichte Altägyptens, Band 25, Rahden 2009, ISBN 978-3-86757-971-1, p. 142-143
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