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Plesionhudor Hideout

Plesionhudor Hideout was the hideout of the bandit group known as Disciples of the Lioness situated in the southeast corner of Sapi-Res Nome, Egypt, behind the city of Letopolis during the 1st century BCE.


During the mid 1st century BCE, the Disciples launched various raids on the city of Letopolis, using sandstorms as their rallying cry and to mask their raids. They conducted one such raid in 48 BCE, though they were repelled by the city's planner Taharqa with the help of the Medjay Bayek of Siwa.[1]

Having repelled the attack, Taharqa led a coalition of the his men and Bayek to the hideout, where they eliminated the bandits and rescued a priest who was held captive.[1]



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