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Preceded by:
Ptolemy VIII
Pharaoh of Egypt
Non-dynastic
Succeeded by:
Cleopatra II
Horsaiset-Sausir
Reign
131–130 BC (1 year)
Nomen
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Horsaiset-Sausir
Horus, Son of Isis, Son of Osiris
Legacy
Father Paious
Died September 130 BC
Burial Unknown
For other pages by this name, see Horsaiset.

Horsaiset-Sausir (transliteration: ḥrw zꜣ-ỉst zꜣ-wsỉr, meaning: "Horus, Son of Isis, Son of Osiris") was an ancient Egyptian non-dynastic rebel Pharaoh in Upper Egypt. Horsaiset-Sausir revolted against Cleopatra II of the Ptolemaic Dynasty during the Hellenistic Period. At the time, Ptolemy VIII had fled Egypt and gone into exile at Cyprus. Horsaiset-Sausir was the last native Egyptian to proclaim himself "Pharaoh".

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Predecessor:
Ptolemy VIII
Pharaoh of Egypt
Non-dynastic
Successor:
Cleopatra II
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