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Preceded by:
Cambyses II
Pharaoh of Egypt
Non-dynastic
Succeeded by:
Darius I
Padibastet IV
Pedubast, Pedubastis
Padibastet IV

Decorative panel of Padibastet IV at the Archeological Museum of Bologna. (CC BY 3.0)

Reign
522–520 BC (2 years)
Praenomen
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Padibastet
The Gift of Bast
Legacy
Died 520 BC
Burial Unknown
For other pages by this name, see Padibastet.

Seheruibre Padibastet IV (transliteration: pꜢ-dỉ-bꜢst.t, meaning: "The Gift of Bast"), Hellenized as Pedubast or Pedubastis, is an ancient Egyptian non-dynastic rebel Pharaoh in the Nile Delta of Lower Egypt. He revolted against the rulers of the Archaemenid Persian Empire who controlled Egypt; briefly Smerdis and subsequently mainly Darius I of the Twenty-seventh Dynasty during the Late Period. Padibastet came to rule in the Nile Delta of Lower Egypt.

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Predecessor:
Cambyses II
Pharaoh of Egypt
Non-dynastic
Successor:
Darius I
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