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However, he did not ascend the throne easily, nor was he in line to do so.We first know of Amasis as a general in Nubia under Psammetikhos I.Actually, Amasis, as a general in the Egyptian army, was sent to put down the revolt of the machimoi (the native Egyptian soldiers), but instead the soldiers proclaimed him as Pharaoh.When word reached Apries of Amasis' treason, he slaughtered the messenger and proceeded to advance on the forces of Amasis.After consolidating his power, Amasis was apparently somewhat weary of the Greeks, who had been around since the beginning of the Dynasty, and of course, fought against him on the side of Apries.Psammetikhos I had encouraged the Greek merchants in the city of Naukratis, and Amasis consolidated them in that area only.By this late date in Pharaonic history, Apries' army was mostly made up of of Aegean mercenaries.The two armies met somewhere in the north-west Egyptian Delta in about January or February of 570 BC, and Apries was forced to retreat.

His throne name was Khnem-ib-re, meaning "He who embraces the Heart of Re". We believe that Amasis was the son of a Lady Takheredeneset, and married two women by the names of Tentheta and Nakhtsebastetru.However, various sources differ somewhat on these events.For an alternative version, see our section on Apries.It would seem that his predecessor, Apries, undertook several military campaigns, but his last against the Greek city of Cyrene ended in disaster.Apries was blamed for the failure, and so a revolt broke out.

His throne name was Khnem-ib-re, meaning "He who embraces the Heart of Re". We believe that Amasis was the son of a Lady Takheredeneset, and married two women by the names of Tentheta and Nakhtsebastetru.However, various sources differ somewhat on these events.For an alternative version, see our section on Apries.It would seem that his predecessor, Apries, undertook several military campaigns, but his last against the Greek city of Cyrene ended in disaster.Apries was blamed for the failure, and so a revolt broke out.This bust is either of Apries or Amasis However, this did not give Amasis complete control of Egypt.