or Ankhesenmeryre I
was a queen consort during the sixth dynasty of Egypt
. She and her sister Ankhesenpepi II
were the daughters of Khui and the vizier Nebet
and were sisters of the Vizier Djau
. Both were married to Pharaoh Pepi I
whose throne name was Meryre;
their name was probably taken when the marriage took place, since it means “Her life belongs to Pepi/Meryre”. Both queens gave birth to successors of Pepi: the son of Ankhesenpepi I was Merenre Nemtyemsaf I
, who ruled only for a few years; the son of Ankhesenpepi II was Pepi II
, who succeeded after Nemtyemsaf's death.
She is mentioned together with her sister on their brother's stela in Abydos, also, at her pyramid, on an inscription now in Berlin, and a decree in Abydos.
Her titles were: King's Wife, King's Mother, Great of Sceptre.