|Resting place||Pyramid in Saqqara|
|Occupation||Queen of Egypt|
Her titles include that of Hereditary Princess (ỉrỉỉ.t-pˁt), which indicates she was of noble birth.
All other titles known for Udjebten are related to her role as wife of the king: She who sees Horus and Seth (m33.t-ḥrw-stš), Great one of the hetes-sceptre (wr.t-ḥts), King’s Wife (ḥm.t-nỉswt), Beloved King’s Wife of Men-ankh-Neferkare (ḥm.t-nỉswt mrỉỉ.t=f mn-ˁnḫ-nfr-k3-rˁ), Attendant of Horus (ḫt-ḥrw), Consort of the Beloved of the Two Ladies (zm3.t mrỉỉ-nb.tỉ).
Udjebten was buried in a pyramid in Saqqara. Her pyramid complex included a pyramid, a small mortuary temple and a cult pyramid. Udjebten's complex was surrounded by two perimeter walls. An inscription found at the sites mentions that the top of Udjebten's pyramid was encased in gold.
- Aidan Dodson & Dyan Hilton, The Complete Royal Families of Ancient Egypt, Thames & Hudson (2004) ISBN 0-500-05128-3, p.78
- Grajetzki, Wolfram: Ancient Egyptian Queens: A Hieroglyphic Dictionary, p.25
- Dodson, Aidan and Hilton, Dyan. The Complete Royal Families of Ancient Egypt
- Verner, M., The Pyramids: The Mystery, Culture and Science of Egypt's Great Monuments
Gustave Jéquier, La Pyramide d'Oudjebten, 1928.