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Preceded by:
Nayfaurud I
Pharaoh of Egypt
29th Dynasty
Succeeded by:
Nayfaurud II
Hagar
Hagor, Hakar, Hakor, Hakoris, Akoris
Koine Greek: Aχωρις (Achoris)
Hagar

Upper half of statue of Hagar at the Cairo Museum. (CC0)

Reign
393–391 BC and 390–379 BC (13 years)
Praenomen
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Khnemmaatre-Setepenkhnum
Embraces the Justice of Re,
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Nomen
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Hagar
Bedouin
Legacy
Father Nayfaurud I
Issue Nayfaurud II
Died 379 BC
Burial Mendes (?)
For other pages by this name, see Akoris.

Khnemmaatre-Setepenkhnum Hagar (transliteration: hgꜢr, meaning: "Bedouin") or Hakor, Hellenized as Achoris (Koine Greek: Aχωρις) or Hakoris, was the second Pharaoh of the Twenty-ninth Dynasty during the Late Period of ancient Egypt. He ruled from 393 BC to 379 BC, but was briefly dethroned by Pasherienmut for a year (391–390 BC).

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Predecessor:
Nayfaurud I
Pharaoh of Egypt
29th Dynasty
Successor:
Nayfaurud II
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