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Preceded by:
Tefnakhte I
Pharaoh of Egypt
24th Dynasty
Succeeded by:
Ammeris
(Governor of Sais)
Bakenrenef
Greek: Βόκχωρις
Romanized: Bocchoris
Reign
718–713 BC (5 years)
Praenomen
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Wahkare
Stable Soul of Re
Nomen
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Bakenrenef
Servant in His Name
Legacy
Father Tefnakhte I
Died 713 BC
Burial Unknown

Wahkare Bakenrenef (transliteration: bꜢk-n-rn-f, meaning: "Servant in His Name") is an ancient Egyptian Pharaoh of the Twenty-fourth Dynasty during the Third Intermediate Period. He ruled over the western Nile Delta in Lower Egypt from Sais as a contemporary of the Nubian rulers Piye and Shabataka of the Twenty-fifth Dynasty.

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Predecessor:
Tefnakhte I
Pharaoh of Egypt
24th Dynasty
Successor:
Shabataka
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