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Preceded by:
Hapu II
Pharaoh of Egypt
14th Dynasty
Succeeded by:
Bebnum
Aanati
Aa-Anat, Aa-Anti, Nebenanat, Nebenanti
Reign
Between 1693 and 1650 BC
(unknown reign length)
Praenomen
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Djedkare
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Aanati
Anat is Great
Legacy
Burial Unknown

Djedkare Aanati (transliteration: ꜤꜢ-Ꜥntỉ, meaning: "Anat is Great") was an ancient Egyptian Pharaoh of the Fourteenth Dynasty during the Second Intermediate Period. He was of Canaanite origin and ruled from Avaris over the eastern Nile Delta in Lower Egypt. Aanati is merely known by his preserved name in the Turin King List (Col 9. Line 29 as per Gardiner).[1] His reign length has not been preserved.

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References[]

  1. Gardiner 1987.

Bibliography[]

  • Gardiner, A.H., 1987: The Royal Canon of Turin. Griffith Institute, Oxford.
Predecessor:
Hapu II
Pharaoh of Egypt
14th Dynasty
Successor:
Bebnum
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