R.C. Steiner, «Bitte6- Ya=, daughter of Pharaoh (1Chr 4,18), and Bint(i)- (Anat, daughter of Ramesses II», Vol. 79 (1998) 394-408
According to 1 Chr 4,18, a Judahite named Mered, who lived in the 12th or 11th century BCE, was married to a "daughter/granddaughter of Pharaoh". The name of the woman, vocalized Bitte6-Ya= in the Babylonian and Alexandrian traditions, is Semitic rather than Egyptian, but it exhibits non-Israelite features and is unique in the Bible. It is very similar to Bint(i)-(Anat, the Canaanite name borne by the daughter/wife of Ramesses II in the 13th century BCE. For chronological and other reasons, the biblical Bitte6-Ya= cannot be identified with this Egyptian princess/queen of the nineteenth dynasty; however, since many names of Ramesses II's children were re-used in the twentieth dynasty, there may well have been a 12th/11th-century Ramessid lady named Bint(i)-(Anat, perhaps a granddaughter of Ramesses III, who married a Judahite.