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Agathoclea was the wife of Minhotep, a leader of the village of Siwa, Egypt, and with him, the mother of Teti. She was greatly admired by the people of Siwa and remembered for her radiant personality.

Upon her death, sometime prior to 48 BCE, she was buried within the Mountain of the Dead, the necropolis of Siwa where a papyrus scroll, praising her, likened her to the gods Wepwawet and the "Great One who is chief of the Souls of Heliopolis".



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