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The Kerke's Commander (died 48 BCE) was a Greek man working under the pharaoh Ptolemy XIII during the 1st century BCE.
At some point, the Commander had a daughter, but she died.
Years prior to 48 BCE, the Commander came to govern the village of Kerke, and wanted a cut of the profits of their honey and opium trade. However, the villagers, including their leader, Meritmaat resisted this; in order to get them to obey him, the Commander kidnapped Meritmaat's daughter, and promised to kill her unless Meritmaat got her people to behave.
However, unlike what Meritmaat believed, the Commander spared the girl's life and raised her as his own in Memphis, telling her that she had been abandoned as a child.
In 48 BCE, the MedjayBayek of Siwa hunted down the Commander to his Memphis home, and killed him, learning the truth of what had happened to Meritmaat's daughter.