13th Century B.C
Princess of Egypt
The Pharoah's Daughter
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The Mummy (mentioned)
The Mummy Returns
Fell from balcony to her death
Nefertiri was left motherless as a young woman, and was later confronted with the truth that her father was to marry Anck-Su-Namun, a choice that angered her as Anck-Su-Namun was a mere concubine.
Anck-Su-Namun did nothing to remedy Nefertiri's perception of her, as she carried on her own haughty demeanour, and abused her position as Nefertiri's superior.
Bracelet of AnubisEditSeti had entrusted Nefertiri with the task of watching over the ancient Bracelet of Anubis, the final remaining artifact of the Scorpion King, an ancient warlord. One day, for the entertainment of Seti and his courtiers, Nefertiri and Anck-Su-Namun dueled in the royal court with sais, much to Nefertiri dismay. It was after the battle had ended with she defeated that Seti made an announcement to his court: Anck-Su-Namun was to be his future wife, as he believed that she could protect him from any conspirators, leaving Nefertiri dismayed at the fact that Anck-Su-Namun would become her stepmother. However, she did not voice any disapproval, most likely knowing that it would amount to nothing. Instead, she embraced her father, and took note that the High Priest of Osiris, Imhotep was exchanging covert glances with Anck-Su-Namun. As Seti's most trusted consort, Imhotep was held under suspicion by Nefertiri after that.
Centuries later, Nefertiri's memories were revisited by Evelyn O'Connell, who had come to life as the reincarnated form of Nefertiri herself, with her husband, Rick O'Connell, established as a warrior for God, a Medjai, a connection which Ardeth Bay noted as no mere coincidence, but established by fate itself.
Personality and TraitsEdit
Despite being a dignified Princess of Egypt, Nefertiri was not without considerable fighting skills, which she exhibited when confronting the concubine Anck-Su-Namun, whom she herself resented, because of her constant abuses.
Nefertiri was a beautiful young woman with the typical olive skin of an Egyptian, and black hair that was kept long with bluntly-cut bangs. She also had a penchant for sporting printed gowns.
Behind the ScenesEdit
The actual princess of Egypt was named Nefertiti, but the producers had changed her name to Nefertiri with an "r" instead, in light of viewers most-likely making vulgar jokes about her true name.