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Ἰνάρως, Ἴναρος). Son of Psammetichus, a Libyan, and the leader of a revolt of the Egyptians against the Persians in B.C. 461. He was at first successful, and formed an alliance with the Athenians, but was eventually defeated by the Persians, taken prisoner, and crucified in 455. See Aegyptus.

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