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Die „Großfürsten der Libu“ im westlichen Delta in der späten 22. Dynastie

In: Journal of Egyptian History
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Karl Jansen-Winkeln Ägyptologisches Seminar Freie Universität Berlin jawinkel@fu-berlin.de

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In a recent article on the “Great chiefs of the Libu” in the Western Delta, Jan Moje tried to show that there were two local rulers called Ni-ma-teped (A/B) and two Tjer-pa-hati (i/ii), attested on five donation stelae. If one of those stelae is ascribed to Shoshenq iv rather than to Shoshenq v, three stelae mention a (single) ruler Ni-ma-teped during the reign of Shoshenq iv, and the remaining two a ruler Tjer-pa-hati under Shoshenq v.

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