Saï et Aniba : deux centres administratifs du vice-roi Nehy sous Thoutmosis III

Résumé : This study is based on the presence at both sites of Aniba and Saï, of the first known attestations of the same decorative pattern for doors – the scene of veneration of the royal cartouche – showing the viceroy Nehy, generally provided with a special title, wHmw nswt imy r rwyt, linked with storage places. It is also based on meaningful attestations of the goddess Renoutet, mistress of the supply, on these two same sites. By presenting and studying these elements, this paper tries to clarify the specific role of Nehy in these two towns, and, beyond, the crucial role of Saï in the policy of Thutmes III into Upper Nubia. Through the scenes and inscriptions presented here, appears Thutmes III’ policy in Nubia, the means he used to conclude it – in particular, in Saï, the massive presence of Horus kA nbTA-Sti, which could be its own deified royal person –, as well as the fundamental role played by Nehy to set up this device in these two towns, which, at the time of Thutmes III, were probably the two administrative places of residence of the viceroy, Aniba in the north, Saï in the south.
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Cahier de recherches de l'Institut de papyrologie et d'égyptologie de Lille , Université Lille III, 2017, De Méroé à Memphis, 30 ((2013-2015)), p. 263-301
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Florence Thill. Saï et Aniba : deux centres administratifs du vice-roi Nehy sous Thoutmosis III. Cahier de recherches de l'Institut de papyrologie et d'égyptologie de Lille , Université Lille III, 2017, De Méroé à Memphis, 30 ((2013-2015)), p. 263-301. 〈halshs-01483957〉

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