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Preceded by:
Osorkon II
Pharaoh of Egypt
23rd Dynasty
Succeeded by:
Padibastet I
Takelot II
Reign
840-814 BC (26 years)
Praenomen
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Hedjkheperre-Setepenre
Radiant Manifestation of Re,
Chosen of Re
Nomen
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Takelot-Meryamun-Saiset
Takelot, Beloved of Amun,
Son of Isis
Horus name
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Kanakhte-Khaemwaset
Strong Bull, Appearing in Thebes
Legacy
Father Nimlot C
Mother Tentsepeh (?)
Consort(s) Karomama, Tabaketenasket,
Tashep…
Issue Osorkon III, Bakenptah, Nimlot,
Karomama, Shepensopdet,
Isetweret
Died 814 BC
Burial Unknown
For other pages by this name, see Takelot.

Hedjkheperre-Setepenre Takelot II (transliteration: tklṯ) is an ancient Egyptian Pharaoh, who established himself as the founder of the Twenty-third Dynasty in Upper Egypt, and as a contemporary to Shoshenq III of the Twenty-second Dynasty in Lower Egypt, during the Third Intermediate Period. Takelot II ruled from approximately 840 to 814 BC from Thebes.

Family[]

Takelot II has been identified with the High Priest of Amun Takelot F, son of the High Priest of Amun Nimlot, and thus, the grandson of Pharaoh Osorkon II.

Predecessor:
Osorkon II
Pharaoh of Egypt
23rd Dynasty
Successor:
Padibastet I


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