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Apries (Egyptian Haaibre) was a pharaoh of Egypt, (589 - 570 BC) of the Twenty-sixth dynasty of Egypt. He was equated with the Waphres of Manetho, who records he reigned 19 years. He is called Hophra in Jeremiah 44:30.

Eusebius placed the eclipse of Thales in 585 BC in the eighth or twelfth year of his reign.

Preceded by:
Psammetichus II
Pharaoh of Egypt
Twenty-sixth Dynasty
Succeeded by:
Amasis II