Son of Ptolemy VIII, involved in the dynastic struggles after the death of his father. Ptolemy X drew up the fatal will, in which he bequeathed Egypt to Rome as surety on a loan, needed to pay the costs of the civil wars.
|Horus name: Netjeriemkhet Khnumsuhepankhhermeskhenet
Hununefer Benermerut Sekhaensumutefhernesetitef Tjemaa Hukhasut Itjemsekhemef-mirepesedjefemakhet
Nebty name: Sehertawy Kanakht Sekhemeheh
Golden Falcon name: Aaib Merynetjeru Itybaqet Heqawadjty aqeftameriemhetep
Nomen: Ptolemaios djedenef-Aleksandros (ankhdjet-meryptah)
Burial place: Alexandria
|portrait in plaster of this (?) king (click on the image for more information)|
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