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"And so it was proven that Ptolemy was a false pharaoh. Not a god, not an Egyptian even. Nothing but a puppet."
―Nawa teaching a group of children, 47 BCE.[src]-[m]

Nawa was an Egyptian rebel woman who lived in Remetch Ra in the Isolated Desert during the 1st century BCE. She was the cousin of Sebni, a fellow rebel.

Biography

Around 47 BCE, while teaching a group of children, Nawa met the Medjay Bayek of Siwa who had passed by the camp. Nawa informed him of two children, Hetanu and Istellah, who had gone missing after going off to search for treasures belonging to Alexander the Great. Requesting Bayek's aid, she also informed him that her cousin Sebni and one of the rebels had went off in search of the children but were caught by the Ptolemies.[1]

Bayek accepted her request and promised to rescue both the rebels and the children, a task he eventually succeeded in.[1]

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