Aktisanes - Titles

Titles

  • Horus name: Kanakht Merymaat ("Mighty Bull who loves Equity")
  • Nebty name: Wer-menu-em-per-itef-Amen-en-nepet ("Whose monuments are great in the house of his father Amun in Napata")
  • Golden horus name: Ir-sankhy-rekhyu ("Who vivifies the rekhit people")
  • Prenomen: Menmaatre Setepenamun ("Re is one whose equity endures, chosen one of Amun")
  • Nomen: Gatisen (Aktisanes)

Gatisen had a Ramesside-style titulary. His throne name Menmaatre-Setepenamun is the same as the throne name of Ramesses II. Aktisanes' Horus name Kanakht-nerymaat is the same as the Horus name of Ramesses II (and Osorkon II and Shoshenq III). This is a second reason why he is placed by some scholars around 300 BC.

It had been assumed that in the fourth century BC, there was a Ramesside revival in Nubia. Other researchers have pointed out that the reading of the name Gatisen is uncertain. They place the king before 700 BC and assume that there was no Ramesside revival.

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