Bocchoris

(from the article `Egyptian law`) No formal Egyptian code of law has been preserved, although several pharaohs, such as Bocchoris (c. 722–c. 715 ), were known as lawgivers. After the ... After Piye returned to Cush, Tefnakhte reasserted his authority in the north, where, according to Manetho, he was eventually succeeded by his son ...
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Bocchoris

[City] Bocchoris (also known as Bocchorum, Bocchor and Oppidum Bochoritanum) was an ancient city in northern Majorca (Balearic Islands, Spain), dating back to pre-Roman times. It constitutes one of the oldest settlements in Majorca and was once a federated city to Rome, as registered by Pliny the Elder. == Location == Bocchoris lay near the...
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Bocchoris

[moth] Bocchoris is a genus of moths of the Crambidae family. ...
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