- Psusennes II
- King 959-945 BC.
After the death of *Ramesses XI, Smendes pronounced himself the first king of the Twenty-first Dynasty and moved the capital from Thebes to Tanis in the Delta, where he established a line of kings who, although they were recorded as the only legitimate rulers of Egypt at this period, in practice exercised their powers only in the north. In the south, centred at Thebes, a line of powerful High-priests of Amun dominated their own region, although they apparently retained cordial relations with the pharaohs at Tanis and the two families became joined by marriage.Towards the end of this period, Psusennes, the son of a Theban High-priest named *Pinudjem II, took over the kingship of the entire land when the Tanite king died. He moved to Tanis, where he was included in the line of kings as Psusennes II, thus uniting the north and south and the two concurrent lines of legitimate pharaohs at Tanis and High-priests at Thebes.After his death, the throne passed to a new family, headed by *Shoshenk I who inaugurated the Twenty-second Dynasty; this line descended from the chiefs of *Libyan origin who had settled at the Delta city of Bubastis.BIBL. Montet, P. La necropole de Tanis. Vol. 2: Les constructions et le tombeau de Psousennes a Tanis. Paris: 1951; Daressy, G. Les rois Psousennes. Rec. trav. 21 (1899) pp. 9-12; Kitchen, K.A. 3rd Int. pp. 283-6.Biographical Dictionary of Ancient Egypt by Rosalie and Antony E. David
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Psusennes — is the Greek form of the Egyptian name Pasebakhaenniut . There are three major figures of that name, some (or even all) of which may be the same person:Two twenty first dynasty pharaohs: * Psusennes I * Psusennes IIand a twenty first dynasty High … Wikipedia
Psusennes II — Pharaoh Infobox | Name= Psusennes II | Alt= Pasebakhaenniut II [ [http://www.digitalegypt.ucl.ac.uk/chronology/psusennesii.html Pasebakhenniut II] ] NomenHiero= M17 Y5:N35:U7 G40 N14*N28 N35:O49 Nomen= Hor Pasebakhaenniut PrenomenHiero= ra:D17… … Wikipedia
Psusennes I — Pharaoh Infobox | Alt= Pasebakhaenniut [ [http://www.digitalegypt.ucl.ac.uk/chronology/psusennesi.html Pasebakhaenniut] ] Name= Psusennes I | Caption=Gold burial mask of King Psusennes I, discovered 1940 by Pierre Montet NomenHiero= M17 Y5:N35:U7 … Wikipedia
Psusennes II. — Namen von Psusennes II. Thronname … Deutsch Wikipedia
Psusennes I. — Namen von Psusennes I. Goldmaske Psusennes I. (Ägyptisches Museum Kairo) Horusname … Deutsch Wikipedia
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
Psusennes III. — Psusennes III. (auch bekannt als Pasebakhaennuit III.) war ein altägyptischer Hohepriester des Amun, der am Ende der 21. Dynastie lebte. Über ihn ist nur wenig bekannt und es wird vermutet, dass er mit Pharao Psusennes II. identisch ist. Andere… … Deutsch Wikipedia
Psusennes III — Pharaoh Infobox Name=Psusennes III Alt=Pasebakhaennuit III Predecessor=Pinedjem II Role=High Priest of Amun Successor=Iuput Reign=976 ndash;943? BC Dynasty=Concurrent with the 21st DynastyPsusennes III was the High Priest of Amun at Thebes (1080… … Wikipedia
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