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Nepherites II

 

Nepherites II

Nepherities II or Nefaarud II became Pharaoh of Egypt in 380 BC after the death of his father Hakor. He was the last pharaoh of the twenty-ninth dynasty and the son of Hakor. He was deposed and likely killed by Nectanebo I after ruling Egypt for only 4 months.[1]

His name didn't appears on any monument, and it's only attested in Manetho's Epithome and in the Demotic chronicle.

References

  1. ^ Nepherites II
Preceded by
Hakor
Pharaoh of Egypt
Twenty-Ninth Dynasty
Succeeded by
Nectanebo I


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