|Date of birth||8th century BC (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584)|
|Date of death||754 BC (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584)|
|Country of citizenship|
Rudamun was the final pharaoh of the Twenty-third dynasty of Ancient Egypt. He was the younger son of Osorkon III, and the brother of Takelot III. He is a poorly attested pharaoh of this Dynasty according to Kenneth Kitchen's seminal book on The Third Intermediate Period of Egypt. Kitchen credits him with a brief reign of about 2-3 years due to the few contemporary documents known for him. These include a small amount of decorative work done on the Temple of Osiris Heqadjet, several stone blocks from Medinet Habu, and a vase. In recent years, two fragments of a faience statuette bearing Rudamun's name from Hermopolis have been discovered.
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- ► Vase-E 3042 (7 F)