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Peteesi III, approximately 583 B.C.-approximately 511 B.C.


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    • P3-dj-3s.t III, approximately 583 B.C.-511 B.C.
    • Peteese III, approximately 583 B.C.-approximately 511 B.C.
    • Peteesi III, ca. 583-ca. 511 B.C.
    • Peteêsis III, approximately 583 B.C.-approximately 511 B.C.
    • Peteise III, approximately 583 B.C.-approximately 511 B.C.
    • Peteisi III, approximately 583 B.C.-approximately 511 B.C.
    • Pétéisis III, approximately 583 B.C.-approximately 511 B.C.
    • Petese III, approximately 583 B.C.-approximately 511 B.C.
    • Petesi III, approximately 583 B.C.-approximately 511 B.C.
    • Petesis III, approximately 583 B.C.-approximately 511 B.C.
    • Petiese III, approximately 583 B.C.-approximately 511 B.C.
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        -0582~
    • Death Date

        -0510~
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Peteesi III, ca. 583-ca. 511 B.C.
  • Sources

    • found: Peteesi III. Der demotische Papyrus Rylands 9, 1998:v. 1, p. v (P3-dj-3s.t (III)) p. 2 ([same in hieroglyphs]) p. 116-117 (P3-dj-3s.t, son of Wd̲3-sm3-t3.wj; temple scribe) p. 218 (son of Wd̲3-sm3-t3.wj (II); author of document) v. 2, p. 285 (from T3j=w-d̲j) p. 476 (Petiese) p. 676 (Peteêsis III.)
    • found: LC database, Aug. 27, 2004(hdg.: Peteēsi; usage: Peteêsi; Pétéisis fils d'Essemteu; Peteise III)
    • found: "Find in a library: Reflections of Osiris : lives from ancient Egypt" WWW WorldCat listing, Aug. 27, 2004(Petiese, c. 583-511 BC; temple scribe; [LC's copy of book reported not located])
    • found: Wainwright, G.A. Studies in the Petition of Peteêsi, 1944:t.p. (Peteêsi) p. 3 (Peteêsi III) p. 5 (began life in exile as asst. clerk in treasury; at end of his life, back at Teuzoi, described as scribe of temple) p. 6 (wrote his petition to obtain redress for damage done to him by priests in 512 B.C.)
    • found: Capart, J. Un roman vécu il y a XXV siècles, 1914:t.p. (Pétéisis fils d'Essemteu) p. 5 (born at Teuzoi (actually El Hibeh) toward end of reign of Apriès (589-570 B.C.) to priestly family originating from Thèbes, but for over cent. settled at Teuzoi, city in Middle Egypt, which had temple of Amon; received good educ.; had title of scribe; about 512 was led to write hist. of est. of his family at Teuzoi and vicissitudes of struggle they had sustaining themselves against priests)
    • found: Mathorigins.com--P WWW site, July 14, 2004(Petesi or Petese or Peteesi)
    • found: Vilmos Wessetzky (1909-1997) WWW homepage, July 13, 2004(Peteisi)
    • found: ARCE/NC archives: Report on the U.C. Berkeley El Hibeh Project: field seasons 2001 and 2002 WWW site, July 15, 2004(Petiese)
    • found: Internet, URL: http://www.touregypt.net/hdyn27.htm, July 21, 2004(Peteese; was elderly temple-scribe in ninth yr. of Darius when he wrote demotic papyrus discovered at El-Hiba; had ancestor of same name (Peteese I) who had restored ruined temple of Amun on behalf of his cousin, yet another Peteese, who was master of shipping resident in Heracleopolis Magna and virtual governor of Upper Egypt)
    • found: Internet, URL: http://www.iranica.com/articles/v7/v7f5/v7f510.html, July 14, 2004sect. ii: Babylonian and Egyptian documents in the Achaemenid period (Petesi; wrote "Petition of Petesi" in Egyptian demotic on papyrus preserved from Achaemenid Egypt; papyrus concerns illegal appropriation of property by priests in early Achaemenid period)
    • found: Internet, URL: http://www.kent.net/DisplacedDynasties/Petition %5F of %5F Petesi.htm, July 14, 2004(Petesi; Petesi (III); Petesi III; Peteesi; Petesis III; priest; father: Essemteu; great-great-grandfather: Petesi I)
  • Editorial Notes

    • [Old catalog heading: Peteēsi]
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    • 2004-08-30: new
    • 2013-03-21: revised
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