Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A joint regent or ruler.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A joint regent or ruler.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Amunhotep IV changed his name to Akhenaten, and when Nefertiti became co-regent with her husband she changed her name to Ankhkheperura-Neferneferuaten.

    Michelle Moran discusses her first novel, Nefertiti

  • She was meant to rule as a co-regent only until her stepson Thutmose III matured, but she effectively took the reins and was recognized as the pharaoh by the royal court and religious officials until her death in 1457 B.C.,

    scent of a pharaoh | clusterflock

  • Perhaps she had the status of gebira “queen mother” (Ben-Barak), or of “co-regent” (Brenner).

    Jezebel: Bible.

  • Shelomith could well have been the co-regent as well as spouse of Elnathan, who is mentioned as governor in another seal.

    Shelomith 2: Bible.

  • How does declaring Nefertiti co-regent change Amunhotep's position?

    Nefertiti by Michelle Moran: Questions

  • Thutmose III was named her co-regent, but effectively she was the power in Egypt for the next 21 years.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • She was meant to rule as a co-regent only until her stepson Thutmose III matured, but she effectively took the reins and was recognized as the pharaoh by the royal court and religious officials until her death in 1457 B.C., Egyptologists say.

    scent of a pharaoh | clusterflock

  • (Lucius Verus, his co-regent and husband of his daughter Lucilla, died before him).

    The Antonine Dynastic Gallery at Sagalassos

  • But there's Nefertiti also to consider -- the great royal wife who in later years functioned as Akhenaten's co-regent.

    Another New Tomb in the Valley of the Kings?

  • It was also not uncharacteristic of imperial women to rule with their husbands or sons; many considered Helena to be the head of the family as well as Constantine's co-regent.

    Saint Helena Augusta

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