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Maleqorobar (mɑləko'robɑr), also Malegereabar, was a queen or Candace of Kush (modern day Sudan) from 266 to 283 CE; she is one of eight Candaces known to the Western world. She ruled over the ancient kingdom from Meroe half a century prior to its final decline and sacking by the Roman proxy state of Axum. According to several sources, nothing is known of her reign. Some list her as the last Candace of Meroe, but this is inaccurate; that title should be attributed to Lahideamani (306 to 314 CE).
- Mark, Joshua. "The Candaces of Meroe". Ancient History Encyclopedia. Ancient History Encyclopedia Limited. Retrieved 2 June 2019.
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