Early Israel and the Surrounding Nations eBook

Archibald Sayce
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DYNASTY XXIV. (SAITE).

Bak-en-ran-ef (Bokkhoris) Uah-ka-Ra, more than 16 years.

DYNASTY XXV. (ETHIOPIAN).

1.  Shabaka (Sabako) Nefer-ka-Ra, son of Kashet, 12 years. 2.  Shabatoka (Sebikhos) Dad-ka-Ra. 3.  Taharka (Tirhakah) Nefer-Tum-khu-Ra, 26 years.

Interregnum.

Egypt is conquered by the Assyrian king Esar-haddon, and divided into 20 satrapies, B.C. 672-660.  Taharka and his successor Urdamanu (Rud-Amon), or Tan-damanu (Tuant-Amon), make vain attempts to recover it.  Finally, Psamtik, son of Niku (Necho), satrap of Sais, shakes off the foreign yoke.

DYNASTY XXVI. (SAITE).

B.C.
1.  Psamtik I. (Psammeti-khos) Uah-ab-Ra               664
2.  Nekau (Necho) Nem-ab-Ra                            610
3.  Psamtik II.  Nefer-ab-Ra                            594
4.  Uah-ab-Ra (Apries or Hophra) Haa-ab-Ra             589
5.  Aahmes II. (Amasis) Si-Nit Khnum-ab-Ra             570
6.  Psamtik III.  Ankh-ka-n-Ra                          526

DYNASTY XXVII. (PERSIAN).

1.  Kambathet (Cambyses), Sam-taui Mestu-Ra 525 2.  Ntariush (Darius I.) Settu-Ra 521 3.  Khabbash Senen Tanen Sotep-en-Ptah, native prince 485 4.  Khsherish (Xerxes) 484 5.  Artakhsharsha (Artaxerxes) 465 6.  Ntariush (Darius II.) Mi-Amon-Ra 424

DYNASTY XXVIII. (SAITE).

Amon-art-t-rut (Amyrtaeus), more than 6 years 415

DYNASTY XXIX. (MENDESIAN).

1.  Nef-aa-rut I. Ba-n-Ra Mi-neteru, more than 4 years. 2.  Hakori Khnum-ma-Ra Sotep-en-Ptah, 13 years. 3.  P-si-Mut User-Ptah-sotep-en-Ra, 1 year. 4.  Hor-neb-kha, 1 year. 5.  Nef-aa-rut II., 1 year.

DYNASTY XXX. (SEBENNYTE).

1.  Nekht-Hor-hib Ra-snezem-ab Sotep-en-Anhur, son of Nef-aa-rut I., 19
   years.
2.  Zihu (Teos), 1 year. 3.  Nekht-neb-ef (Nektanebo) Kheper-ka-Ra, 18 years.

Egypt reconquered by the Persians, B.C. 349.

II

BABYLONIAN CHRONOLOGY

En-sag-saganna, king of Kengi.

Lugal-zaggisi, king of Erech, founds an empire in western Asia cir.  B.C. 5000 (?).

KINGS OF LAGAS, cir.  B.C. 4000.

Ur-duggina. 
Lugal-suggur, vassal of Me-sa, king of Kis. 
Gursar. 
Nini-khaldu, his son. 
Ur-Nina, his son. 
Akur-gal, his son. 
E-annatum, his son. 
En-annadu I., his brother, high-priest. 
Entemena, his nephew, high-priest. 
En-annadu II., high-priest.

Lugal-usum-gal, vassal of Sargon of Akkad.

KINGS OF KIS.

Me-sa. 
Enne-Ugun. 
Alusarsid. 
Lugal-khassi.

DYNASTY OF AGADE (AKKAD).

Sargon or Sargani-sar-ali, B.C. 3800. 
Naram-Sin, his son, B.C. 3750. 
Bingani-sar-ali, his son. 
Queen Ellat-Gula (?).

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