Okay, so this is a somewhat modified followup to my post there.
Guess someone might be interested.
The Daughters of Ramesses II
BINTANATH ("Anath Is Resplendent" in Egyptian, "Daughter of Anath" in Canaanite; No. 1 on the "Princess List" ). Daughter of Isetnofret. Firstborn daughter of Ramesses. Later she became Great Royal Wife (probably after the deat of her mother, the Great Royal Wife Isetnofret.) Her name contains the name of a Canaanite goddess, Anath. Foreign gods and goddesses might have gained importance in this period. Other children of Ramesses are also named after Astarte (another foreign goddess.) She is buried at QV 71 where she is depicted her daughter Bintanath. She outlived Ramesses for she appears on a statue of Merenptah where she is mentioned as "King's Daughter, King's Wife, King's Sister". This can be an evidence that she also married her brother Merenptah but it seems unlikely to me for she, as eldest daughter of Ramesses, was probably much older than the 13th son Merenptah and surely was past child-bearing age, furthermore, the Heiress theory can't really be applied at 19th dynasty rulers.
BAKETMUT ("Servant of Mut"; No. 2 on the Princess List). She has a statue at Abu Simbel, otherwise there's nothing known about her.
NEFERTARI ("The Most Beautiful"; No. 3 on the Princess List). Just like Baketmut, she has a statue at Abu Simbel, but there's nothing else known about her.
MERITAMEN ("Beloved of Amun"; No. 4 on the Princess List). Daughter of Nefertari. Like Bintanath, she became Great Royal Wife after her mother's death, around Year 24. She was also a Singer of Amun and Priestess of Hathor. Mostly known for her beautiful statue found at the Ramesseum; it's called "The White Queen" because of its color. She was buried at QV 68, fragments of her red granite sarcophagus are found.
NEBETTAWY ("Lady of the Two Lands"; No. 5 on the Princess List). Daughter of Nefertari or Isetnofret. She also became a wife of Ramesses. Buried at QV 60. Her tomb had been robbed in the ancient times and later was used as a Christian chapel.
ISETNOFRET ("Isis Is Beautiful"; No. 6 on the Princess List). Daughter of Isetnofret. She was the wife of her brother, Pharaoh Merenptah.
HENUTTAWY ("Mistress of the Two Lands"; No. 7 on the Princess List). Daughter of Nefertari. Sometimes she is given the title "Lady of the Two Lands" which can mean that she married Ramesses just like her elder sisters did.
Now there are several other daughters, I won't list all the names, just some of them, for it seems interesting:
HENUTMIRE, formerly thought to be a younger sister of Ramesses but now she is thought to be a daughter. (Maybe her title "King's Sister" comes from the reign of Merenptah, like Bintanath's?) Buried at Queen's Valley 75. Her tomb has been robbed, red granite sarcophagus is now in the Museum of Cairo.
NEFERURE ("Beauty of Re"; No. 35 on the Princess List). Daughter of Maathorneferure, Princess of Hatti. Her grandfather Hattushilish II of Hatti wrote in a letter that if this child were a boy he could be the Crown Prince of Hatti.
(Edited by Neferuaten at 8:37 am on Oct. 3, 2002)