Egypt: Rulers, Kings and Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt: Wahkare Bakenranef

Wahkare Bakenranef

720-715 B.C.

24th Dynasty

Bakenranef was the second king of the Twenty-fourth Dynasty. His name was found on a vase that was found in an Etruscan tomb at Tarquinia which is located 100 kilometers northwest of Rome. Papyrus plants on the vase suggest the area of the Delta. He is shown in the company of gods and goddesses, such as goddess Neith of Sais.