The name Bintanat is clearly of Asian origin and means: the daughter of the goddess Anat Since Anat is an Asian goddess, it is assumed that Bintanats mother probably came from the Syrian region. In the year 1259 BC Bintanat was raised after the death of her father's wife Nefertari to Rameses II and the Great Royal Wife. Their daughter, Bintanat II, later became the chief wife of his successor Merneptah. In the Valley of the Queens it is assigned 71 ( QV71 ) the grave no. Your sarcophagus is now on display at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.
Representations of Bintanat are found both in the Temple of Karnak, where she appears in front of a colossal statue of her father in a small representation, as well as on the facade of the Great Temple of Abu Simbel. Here she is standing next to the southern colossal statue and bears the title " king's daughter Bintanat ".