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Piye — Pharaoh Infobox Name=Piye NomenHiero=p i i Nomen= Piy [http://www.digitalegypt.ucl.ac.uk/chronology/piy.html Piy (Piankhi)] Prenomen= Usimare Golden= Sasha qenu Nebty= Mes hemut Horus= Zematawy GoldenHiero= NebtyHiero= HorusHiero= Reign=752… … Wikipedia
Piye — ▪ king of Cush formerly called Piankhi flourished 8th century BC king of Cush (Kush) (or Kush, in the Sudan) from about 750 to about 719 BC. He invaded Egypt from the south and ended the petty kingdoms of the 23rd dynasty (c. 823–c. 732… … Universalium
Piye — Piânkhy Articles de la série Pharaon Classements alphabétique chronologique Dynasties 0 … Wikipédia en Français
Piye — (reigned c. 747–720 BC) Throne names Usimaatre and Sneferre. Ruler of Nubia formerly known as Piankhy. Successor of Kashta. He is known principally from a stela detailing his military campaign against Egypt around 728 BC. He appears to have… … Ancient Egypt
Iryke-Piye-qo — Iry Piye qo in Hieroglyphen … Deutsch Wikipedia
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Piankhy — (Piye) King 747 716 BC. Piankhy was the ruler of a kingdom which developed to the south of Egypt, with its capital situated at Napata. These people worshipped the Egyptian god Amen Re and preserved many elements of the Egyptian culture of the … Ancient Egypt
Tefnakht — Pharaoh Infobox | Name=Tefnakht ImageSize=110 NomenHiero = X1 G1 I9:N35:M3 Aa1:X1 Nomen= Tefnakht [ [http://www.digitalegypt.ucl.ac.uk/chronology/tefnakht.html Tefnakht] ] | PrenomenHiero= N5 A50 S29 S29 Prenomen= Shepsesre |… … Wikipedia
Takelot III — Pharaoh Infobox | Name=Takelot III Predecessor=Osorkon III NomenHiero=U33 V31:r N17:V13 Nomen= Takelot | Dynasty=23rd Dynasty Caption=Relief of Takelot III from Karnak temple Successor=Rudamun Spouse= Father=Osorkon III Reign=14 or 19 years… … Wikipedia
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