Nectanebus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(Nectanebo II) - king of Egypt, 360-343 B.C.
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years Teōs, 2 years Nectanebus, 8 years In total :
that they appointed, called Nectanebus. I have already
gone to the aid of Nectenebis, he secured for him the
having received from King Nectenebis two hundred and twenty
was sent as an ally to Nectanebus in Egypt, they were
"This is our last king, Nectanebos, who, when the Persian
For they say that Nectanebōs , the last king of Egy
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