Sais (Ancient Greek: Σάϊς) was an ancient Egyptian town located west of Lake Mareotis in the Sapi-Res Nome. During the 1st century BCE, the town was governed by Sefetu, who allied himself with Taharqa, a member of the Order of the Ancients known as the Scarab. Under Sefetu's rule, the townsfolk faced heavy taxation, and enforced curfew, causing unease among the population. This unease caused even notable members, like the harbormaster, to act against Sefetu.
- Historically in real life, Sais was part of the Sap-Meh Nome, the fifth nome of Lower Egypt and served as its provincial capital.