Twenty-fifth Dynasty of Egypt family tree

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The family tree of the 25th Dynasty is too complex to show in its entirety and it is not always clear whether a pharaoh is a son or brother of his predecessor. The following is a simplified – yet updated to 2017 – version following the new dynastic arrangement which sees Shebitku as Shabaka's predecessor rather than successor as traditionally stated.[1]


Double crown.svgdenotes a Pharaoh of Ancient Egypt and King of Kush.
C+B-Ethiopia-Fig1-RoyalHeaddress.PNG denotes a King of Kush.
Pebatjma C+B-Ethiopia-Fig1-RoyalHeaddress.PNG
Kashta
? C+B-Ethiopia-Fig1-RoyalHeaddress.PNG
Alara
Amenirdis I Peksater Double crown.svg
Piye
Abar
Double crown.svg
Shebitku
Arty Shepenupet II Tabakenamun Double crown.svg
Taharqa
Masabat Double crown.svg
Shabaka
Qalhata C+B-Ethiopia-Fig1-RoyalHeaddress.PNG
Atlanersa
Amenirdis II
Haremakhet Piankharty Isetemkheb H Double crown.svg
Tantamani
C+B-Ethiopia-Fig1-RoyalHeaddress.PNG
Kings of Kush
Horkhebit


References[edit]

  1. ^ G.P.F. Broekman, Genealogical considerations regarding the kings of the Twenty-fifth Dynasty in Egypt, GM 251 (2017), p. 20