Necho I Menkheperre (Meni-Kepher) of Mitzraim / Egypt, Pharoah
|Also Known As:||"The Lybian"|
|Birthplace:||King of Memphis & Sais|
|Death:||Died in Memphis and Sais|
Son of Nekauba Irib-Re, Pharoah of Egypt; Tefnacht II; Ishembat and Nn
|Occupation:||Governor of Sais, poss. PHARAOH at MEMPHIS, LV9P-8S9, farao|
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About Necho I Menkheperre, Pharoah of Egypt
Name: Necho I of Sais and Memphis
Given Name: Necho I
Surname: of Sais and Memphis
Change Date: 26 Nov 2005
Father: Nekauba of Sais and Memphis
Marriage 1 Istemabat
Psamtek I of Egypt
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Necho I Menkheperre, Pharaoh of Egypt, was born circa 710 BC; died circa 664 BC.
Portrait of a pharaoh of the Saite dynasty (Allard Piersonmuseum, Amsterdam) Necho I: ruler of the Western Delta between 672 and 664 BCE, founder of the Saite dynasty. Egyptian names: Mencheperre Nekau
Relatives: children: Psammetichus I Main deeds: 673: The first Assyrian invasion of Egypt is repelled 671: Second Assyrian invasion: Esarhaddon captures Memphis and forces pharaoh Taharqo (Kushite dynasty) to flee to the south Necho is recognized as governor of the western Delta 669: Taharqo returns to the north, Esarhaddon gathers his troops, but dies; Taharqo captures Memphis and forces the local leaders to support him again 667/666: The Assyrian king Aššurbanipal attacks Egypt again, sacks Thebes, and deports the local leaders from Lower Egypt 666: Necho returns, appointed as viceroy of Memphis and Sais; his son Psammetichus is intended successor 664: Death of Taharqo; his successor Tanwetamani proceeds to Memphis, but is defeated by Necho, who is killed in action (Herodotus, Histories 2.152) Psammetichus flees to Assyria, receives Assyrian support, and is put on the throne Succeeded by: Psammetichus I
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Necao fue primeramente el gobernador de la ciudad egipcia de Sais. Gobernó (672-664 AC. ) Luego fue Faraón de Egipto - nombrado como Necao I.