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Preceded by:
Horwennefer
Pharaoh of Egypt
Non-dynastic
Succeeded by:
Ptolemy V
Ankhwennefer
Ankhmakis
Koine Greek: Χαόννωφρις (Chaonnophris)
Reign
199–186 BC (13 years)
Nomen
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Ankhwennefer
Onnophris Lives
Legacy
Father Horwennefer (?)
Issue Unnamed son
Died 186 BC
Burial Unknown
For other pages by this name, see Ankhwennefer.

Ankhwennefer (transliteration: Ꜥnḫ-wn-nfr, meaning: "Onnophris Lives"), Hellenized as Chaonnophris (Koine Greek: Χαόννωφρις), but also known as Ankhmakis, is an ancient Egyptian non-dynastic rebel Pharaoh in Upper Egypt. Ankhwennefer succeeded Horwennefer (probably his father) in a revolt against Ptolemy V of the Ptolemaic Dynasty during the Hellenistic Period.

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Predecessor:
Horwennefer
Pharaoh of Egypt
Non-dynastic
Successor:
Ptolemy V
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