Nesbenebded


Nesbenebded
see Herihor, Psusennes I, Ramesses XI.
Biographical Dictionary of Ancient Egypt by Rosalie and Antony E. David

Ancient Egypt. A Reference Guide. . 2011.

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  • Psusennes I — King 1063 1037 BC.     The kings of the Twenty first Dynasty chose to make Tanis, a Delta city, the place of their main Residence, although Memphis probably remained Egypt s administrative centre. Psusennes I was an early king of this dynasty and …   Ancient Egypt

  • Ramesses XI — King 1113 1085 BC.     Ramesses XI, the last king of the Twentieth Dynasty, managed to hold his kingdom together although it was during his reign that the country virtually divided into two parts.     The king continued to rule in the north, but… …   Ancient Egypt


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