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The Twenty-third Dynasty in Ancient Egypt

  • 05 16, 2023

The Twenty-third Dynasty in Ancient Egypt

The most famous kings of the Twenty-third Dynasty are:

- Takelot II, who ruled almost two years ago "840 BC - 815 BC". He was succeeded by Bedopast I in Thebes and the rule of Upper Egypt.
- Budapest I "829 BC - 804 BC" was installed as king in Thebes in the year 11 of the reign of Takelot II, igniting a civil war between him and the team of King Takelot II and his son, Crown Prince Osorkon.
Shushenq VI behind Bedopast I in Thebes and the rule of Upper Egypt
Osorkon III or Sarcon III C.E Mary Amon was the chief priest of Amun.


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The Twenty-Third Dynasty of Ancient Egypt, also known as the Libyan Dynasty, saw the rule of Libyan pharaohs in Egypt. Notable pharaohs of this dynasty include Shoshenq I and Osorkon III. It was a time of political complexity, as foreign rulers influenced Egyptian affairs.


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