SATRAPS OF EGYPT


SATRAPS OF EGYPT
The list is incomplete, and all dates of office are approximate.
Aryandes 522–490s BC, executed
Pherendates 492–486/485, killed by rebels
Achaemenes, son of Darius I 484–459 BC, killed by rebels
Arsames 424–404 BC
Pherendates c. 343BC
Sabaces 333 BC, killed at the battle of Issus
Mazaces 323–332 BC, surrendered to
Alexander the Great

Ancient Egypt. A Reference Guide. . 2011.

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