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    • HISTORY 26 Lecture Twenty-Three: The Saite Dynasty (664 - 525 BC)
    • Kushite Rule of Egypt Dynasty 25 (747 - 664 BC)
      • Capital: Memphis
      • [Kashta]
      • Piy Menkheperra
      • Shabaqo Neferkara
      • Shabitqo Djedkaura
      • Taharqo Khunefertemra
      • Tanutamani Bakara
    • The Pyramid Tombs at Nuri
    • Taharqo Khunefertemra (690 - 664 BC)
      • Ptah: Patron deity of Memphis and creator of the universe
      • Amun: Patron deity of Thebes and creator of the universe
    • Taharqo Khunefertemra (690 - 664 BC)
    • Mentuemhat, Governor of Thebes (25th/26th Dynasties)
    • Kush and Assyria (701 - 664 BC)
      • 701: Hezekiah of Judah and Sennecherib of Assyria
      • 671: Invasion of Egypt by Esarhaddon
        • Taharqo flees and the rulers of the Nile Delta become Assyrian vassals
      • 667: Assurbanipal defeats Taharqo
        • Tanutamani returns in 664, but is also defeated
        • The sack of Thebes
    • Kush and Assyria (701 - 664 BC)
      • 701: Hezekiah of Judah and Sennecherib of Assyria
      • 671: Invasion of Egypt by Esarhaddon
        • Taharqo flees and the rulers of the Nile Delta become Assyrian vassals
      • 667: Assurbanipal defeats Taharqo
        • Tanutamani returns in 664, but is also defeated
        • The sack of Thebes
    • Psamtek I Wahibra (664 - 610 BC)
      • 26th Dynasty: (664 - 525)
      • [Nekau I of Sais]
      • Psamtek I Wahibra
      • Nekau II Wehemibra
      • Psamtek II Neferibra
      • Apries Haaibra
      • Ahmose II [Amasis] Khnemibra
      • Psamtek III Ankhkaenra
    • The Kingdom of Lydia Psamtek I and Gyges
    • The Phoenicians and the Greeks
    • Psamtek I Wahibra (664 - 610 BC)
      • The Priesthood of Amun-Ra at Thebes
        • Nitiqret, heiress to the ‘god’s wife of Amun’
      • Foreign mercenaries (Greeks and Carians)
        • Protection from external attack: Assyria, Babylonia, and Persia
        • A counterbalance to the machimoi , native Egyptian warriors of Libyan descent
    • The Saite Economy
      • Agricultural prosperity
      • Trading stations in Egypt
        • Naukratis, founded by Greeks from Miletus
      • The Nile-Red Sea canal
        • Nekau II (610 - 595 BC)
    • Sais and the Temple of Neith
    • Foreign Affairs
      • The Fall of Assyria (610 BC) and the Rise of the Neo-Babylonian Empire under the Chaldaeans
      • The Persian Empire of Cyrus the Great
      • The Grand Alliance: Egypt, Babylonia, Lydia, and the Greek city-states of Sparta and Cyrene
        • 546: The Fall of Lydia
        • 538: The Fall of Babylonia
        • 525: The Fall of Egypt; Psamtek III is defeated and captured at the Battle of Pelusium