American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Nefertiti 14th century B.C. Queen of Egypt as the wife of Akhenaton.
- n. queen of Egypt and wife of Akhenaton (14th century BC)
“Nefertiti is entitled to the dowager queen's crown but doesn't take it.”
“What other aspects of her personality are highlighted in Nefertiti?”
“Nefertiti is a fine creation, both appealing and frightening, and she's surrounded by a thoroughly satisfying cast of characters, too.”
“Ambitious, charismatic, and beautiful, Nefertiti is destined to marry Amunhotep, an unstable young pharaoh.”
“Nefertiti is a fascinating window into the past, a heroic story with a very human heart.”
“A wonderful, beautifully written, and well researched novel, Nefertiti is a page-turner filled with amazing visuals of a dazzling historical period.”
“From the moment of her arrival in Thebes, Nefertiti is beloved by the people.”
“Like Gregory's novel, Nefertiti is the story of two sisters, told from the viewpoint of the younger one.”
“The foremost among Egyptian beauties, Queen Nefertiti, is living alone in the empty city, as though in a jail.”
“The lone girl was identified as Nefertiti Payne, 11 months.”
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