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Amarna tablets: Letter from Tushratta, king of Mitanni, to Amenhotep IV
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Opening of a Letter from Tushratta to Akhenaten, King of Egypt

Map of the Levant and Mesopotamia     To Napkhuria [1], king of Egypt, my brother, my son-in-law, who loves me and whom I love, thus speaks Tushratta, king of Mitanni, your father-in-law who loves you, your brother.
    I am well. May you be well too. Your houses, Tiye [2] your mother, Lady of Egypt, Tadu-Heba [3], my daughter, your wife, your other wives, your sons, your noblemen, your chariots, your horses, your soldiers, your country and everything belonging to you, may they all enjoy excellent health.

 


[1]     Napkhuria: Amenhotep IV Nefer-khepru-re Akhenaten
[2]     Tiye: Wife of Amenhotep III, mother of Akhenaten
[3]     Tadu-Heba: Daughter of Tushratta, first married to Amenhotep III, then to Akhenaten.
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Source of this text: http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Atlantis/8322/cap-23.pdf, accessed before June 2002, unavailable since January 2003 at least

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