Nefaarud

   The Greek form of the name is Nepherites. The name of two kings of Dynasty 29 from Mendes. Nefaarud I, throne name Baenre merynetjeru, reigned from 399–93 BC. He overthrew Amyrtaeos, but little is known of his reign. Nefaarud II, who reigned in 380 BC, was in turn ousted by Nakhtnebef (Nectanebo I), founder of Dynasty 30.
Historical Dictionary Of Ancient Egypt by Morris L. Bierbrier

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