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Sasobek (Egyptian: "Son of Sobek") was an ancient Egyptian vizier, who officiated between the late 25th – early 26th Dynasty, during the reign of pharaoh Psamtik I. Being the "Vizier of the North", he resided and officiated from Sais, in Lower Egypt. Sasobek is known from his fine siltstone sarcophagus which is now in the British Museum (EA 17), and also from a kneeling greywacke statue of his son Horwedja, now in the Walters Art Museum of Baltimore (22.79).

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  • Sasobek, auch Sa-Sobek, war ein altägyptischer Wesir, der am Ende der 25. oder am Anfang der 26. Dynastie amtierte. Bei dem Wesir handelte es sich im Alten Ägypten um das höchste Staatsamt nach dem König (Pharao). Seit dem Neuen Reich war das Amt zweigeteilt. Sasobek war unterägyptischer Wesir. Er residierte also im Norden des Landes in der damaligen Hauptstadt Sais. Sasobek ist von seinem Sarkophag bekannt, der sich heute im Britischen Museum befindet (BM 17). Er wird auch auf der Statue seines Sohnes Horwedja genannt.
  • Sasobek (Egyptian: "Son of Sobek") was an ancient Egyptian vizier, who officiated between the late 25th – early 26th Dynasty, during the reign of pharaoh Psamtik I. Being the "Vizier of the North", he resided and officiated from Sais, in Lower Egypt. Sasobek is known from his fine siltstone sarcophagus which is now in the British Museum (EA 17), and also from a kneeling greywacke statue of his son Horwedja, now in the Walters Art Museum of Baltimore (22.79).
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  • Sasobek, auch Sa-Sobek, war ein altägyptischer Wesir, der am Ende der 25. oder am Anfang der 26. Dynastie amtierte. Bei dem Wesir handelte es sich im Alten Ägypten um das höchste Staatsamt nach dem König (Pharao). Seit dem Neuen Reich war das Amt zweigeteilt. Sasobek war unterägyptischer Wesir. Er residierte also im Norden des Landes in der damaligen Hauptstadt Sais. Sasobek ist von seinem Sarkophag bekannt, der sich heute im Britischen Museum befindet (BM 17). Er wird auch auf der Statue seines Sohnes Horwedja genannt.
  • Sasobek (Egyptian: "Son of Sobek") was an ancient Egyptian vizier, who officiated between the late 25th – early 26th Dynasty, during the reign of pharaoh Psamtik I. Being the "Vizier of the North", he resided and officiated from Sais, in Lower Egypt. Sasobek is known from his fine siltstone sarcophagus which is now in the British Museum (EA 17), and also from a kneeling greywacke statue of his son Horwedja, now in the Walters Art Museum of Baltimore (22.79).
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  • Statue of Sasobek's son Horwedja, mentioning his father
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