In attempting to define the role played by the God’s Wife of Amun Shepenupet I and her immediate successor Amenirdis I in the transition from Libyan to Nubian rule, the scenes preserved on a small chapel in East Karnak dedicated to Osiris, Ruler of Eternity (HqA Dt), are particularly illuminating. Discussion of a few select scenes preserved in the first room of that chapel, constructed under the Nubian ruler Shebitku (707-690 BC) will demonstrate the commemorative nature of this chapel and shed light on the dynamics governing the relationship between Shepenupet and Amenirdis.
Ayad, Mariam Dr., "The Transition from Libyan to Nubian Rule: the Role of the God's Wife of Amun" (2009). Sociology, Egyptology & Anthropology Department: Faculty Work. 10.