Egyptian Princess Fawzia Fuad

The term Ipet Nesu first appears in the Old Kingdom. It may refer to a collective of Egyptian Queens, royal children and non-royal children, but some scholars have suggested it may actually mean “accounting office” or “assembly”. The term Per Khener seems to refer to an institution housing women, or an institution engaged in business, but can also refer to a group of musicians. It may also have simply meant “in the service of the king”.