Second wife of Akhenaten
whose existence was noted only relatively late in Amarna studies
(Hayes 1959: 294; further literature Reeves 1988: 91, n. 2)
UC 601, fragment of a kohl tube: part of Kiya's titulary:
the beloved great wife of the king of Lower and Upper Egypt, living in truth
UC 585, fragment of a double kohl tube: twice the name of Kiya (click on the image)
UC 603, fragment with the inscription (...mrrt)y aAt n (niswt) bi(ty) see a reconstruction of the whole inscription
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