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Preceded by:
Nekau II
Pharaoh of Egypt
26th Dynasty
Succeeded by:
Wahibre
Psamtik II
Koine Greek: Ψαμμητιχος
Romanized: Psammetichos
Latin: Psammetichus
Psamtik II

Statue of Psamtik II at the Louvre Museum. (CC BY 2.0)

Reign
595-589 BC (6 years)
Praenomen
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Psamtik
Legacy
Father Nekau II
Mother Khedebneithirbinet
Consort(s) Takhuit
Issue Wahibre, Ankhnesneferibre
Died 589 BC
Burial Unknown
For other pages by this name, see Psamtik.

Neferibre Psamtik II (transliteration: psmṯk), Hellenized as Psammetichos II (Koine Greek: Ψαμμητιχος) and Latinized as Psammetichus II, is an ancient Egyptian Pharaoh of the Twenty-sixth Dynasty during the Third Intermediate Period. He ruled from Sais.

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Predecessor:
Nekau II
Pharaoh of Egypt
26th Dynasty
Successor:
Wahibre
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