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The King "WAH-Ib-Ra" and
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Abstract


The King "Wah-Ib-Ra" and His Monuments


By: Mahmoud Hamid Farraj Ali Elhosary


The King "Wah-Ib-Ra" one of The great Kings who ruled Egypt
under the Twenty-sixth Dynasty, and The first action by the King when

he ascended the throne, Is to restore the "Syrian Arab Republic" and

"Palestine" In order to achieve the hopes of his family to recover ancient

Egypt colonies there, and this has held an alliance with the King,

"Zedekiah" against "Nebuchadnezzar" to avoid the fall of Jerusalem.



The King "Wah-Ib-Ra" became known "Apries" (Ἁπρίης) at the ancient

Greeks, and Pharaoh "Hophra" at the Jews, There are other titles dubbed

them, They title of "Wah-Ib-Ra" WAH-ib-Ra , Which refers to

the name of the birth of King, meaning "Constant is the Heart of Re" and

the title of "Haa-Ib-Ra" @aa-ib-Ra , Which refers to the name

of coronation of the King, Which means "Rejoice heart of Ra" and we

must differentiate between the two kings carried the title of "Wah-Ib-Ra"

They King counting from "Psamtik I" founding family Twenty-sixth

Dynasty and the King "Apries" the fourth king of the family, where is the

title of "Wah-Ib-Ra" is the name of the coronation of the king " Psamtik

I" and Birth name for King "Apries".


The period of the life of King "Wah-Ib-Ra" from a difficult periods

historically, because of a few of resources for the life of the king and his

reign and his family, As for his Monuments Has Gave us a little about his

life and his reign, so that I worked to elucidation and show these points :

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