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Preceded by:
Nectanebo I
Pharaoh of Egypt
30th Dynasty
Succeeded by:
Nectanebo II
Teos
Τάχως (Tachos)
Ancient Egyptian: Djedhor
Reign
361-359 BC (2 years)
Praenomen
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Irimaatenre
Carrying Out Re's Justice
Nomen
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Djedhor-Setepenanhur
Horus has Spoken,
Chosen by Onuris
Horus name
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Khaemmaat-Seshemtawy
Appearing in Ma'at, Leader of
the Two Lands
Nebty name
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Merymaat-Sakhperunetjeru
Beloved of Ma'at, who has Made
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Golden Horus
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Khubaqet-Wafkhasut
Ruling King, who Curbs Foreign Lands
Legacy
Father Nectanebo I
Issue Khedebneithirbinet[1]
Died 359 BC
Burial Unknown
For other pages by this name, see Djedhor.

Irimaatenre Djedhor (transliteration: ḏd-ḥr, meaning: "Horus has Spoken"), better known by his Hellenized name Teos (Koine Greek: Τέως), was a Pharaoh of the Thirtieth Dynasty of Egypt during the Late Period. Teos was made co-regent in 364 BC by his father Nectanebo I before succeeding him on the throne three years later in 361 BC.

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References[]

  1. Dodson & Hilton 2004.

Bibilography[]

  • Dodson, A./Hilton, D., 2004: The Complete Royal Families of Ancient Egypt. Thames & Hudson Ltd, London.
Predecessor:
Nectanebo I
Pharaoh of Egypt
30th Dynasty
Successor:
Nectanebo II
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