Nasakhma (Nasakhmaqa) was a Kushite King of Meroe.
He was the successor of king Siaspiqa.
Nasakhma was succeeded by Malewiebamani, who may have been his eldest son. It is possible that Talakhmani was a younger son of Nasakhma who took the throne after his brother Malewiebamani. Another possibility is that Talakhmani is Malewiebamani's son  and thus possibly Nasakhma's grandson.
Nasakhma was buried at Nuri (Nu. 19). The Boston Museum of Fine Arts holds several objects that may belong to Nasakhma: shabtis, vessel fragments, etc. excavated form his tomb.
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