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Shabaka

 

(throne name, Nefer-ka-Ra). Egyptian pharaoh of the 25th (Ethiopian) Dynasty (ruled c. 716-c. 701 B.C.). Shabaka completed the union of Egypt and Cush, which had been initiated by his brother and predecessor Piankhy.

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Katsnel’son, I. S. Napata i Meroe—drevnie tsarstva Sudana. Moscow, 1970.
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