Its name is a tribute to Queen Tiye, grandmother of Tutacamon. la was one of the most present queens during the reign of a pharaoh and before her, the queens did not have such a striking historical role. Her husband Amenhotep III built shrines and temples in his honor. Her strength continued during the kingdoms of her husband and his son Akenathon. The queen counseled them and was described as wise and strong, as well as being in charge of diplomatic relations with foreigners. Tiye survived her husband and son and was loved until the end of her life. This work seeks to bring such strength and inspiration that it passes through.