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has been attri- buted to Pedubast I,“ but the name is damaged and could very well have belonged to another king.

Pedubast is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Pedubast books and related discussion.

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G. P. F. Broekman, R. J. Demarée and O. E. Kaper, eds., The Libyan
Shoshenq III and Pedubast I ............. 88. Pedubast I, luput I, and Shoshenq III .
Chapter 3: Osorkons, Sheshonks & Takeloths
Pedubast I, this following Manetho. Only recently Pedubast II 738-730 B.C.
1st → 2nd → 3rd Dynasties
Sheshonq VI. [811-788. Pedubast SiBast].
A new temple for Thoth in the Dakhleh Oasis
was found with a cartouche of King Pedubast: the first time that a cartouche of this king has been found on a temple relief in the Western Desert.

Suggested Web Resources

Pedubast I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pedubastis I or Pedubast I was an Upper Egyptian Pharaoh of Ancient Egypt during the 9th century BC.
Pedubast II - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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File:Torso of Pedubast I by Michael Martin.jpg - Wikipedia, the free
English: The torso of a large bronze statue for pharaoh Pedubast I.
A Problem of Pedubasts*
Ptolemaic High Priests of Memphis: Pedubast ii frame
Aug 14, 2010 Pedubast II, ...

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