People - Ancient Egypt: Nepherites II LATE KINGDOM 29th Dynasty (380) The Nubians fall under the Assyrians invasion. The Greeks help re-
establish order. A renaissance in the arts of the 25th Dynasty shows a return to the Old Kingdom
Nepherites II in Tour Egypt
Nepherites II was the fourth and final ruler of the Twenty-
ninth Dynasty. He reigned for only four months before he was
overthrown by the founder of the Thirtieth Dynasty. He assumed
the throne after the death of Hakoris, who was Nepherites'
father. The name Nepherites has an etymological meaning of
"His great ones are prosperous".
Nepherites II in Wikipedia
Nepherities II or Nefaarud II became Pharaoh of Egypt in 380 BC after the death of his father Hakor. He was
the last pharaoh of the twenty-ninth dynasty and the son of Hakor. He was deposed and likely killed by
Nectanebo I after ruling Egypt for only 4 months.