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August 2018

The Eighth Dynasty

During the Eighth Dynasty, the capital was still the city of Memphis. We do not know much of the Eighth Dynasty or how many kings Read More
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The Middle Kingdom

Contents : ** The Eleventh Dynasty : Mentuhotep II Mentuhotep III Mentuhotep IV **  The Twelfth Dynasty:  Amenemhat I Senusert I ( Kheperkare ) Amenemhat Read More
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The First Intermediate Period

The Papyrus of Ipu-wer described the conditions of Egypt accurately at the end of the Sixth Dynasty. The central authority disintegrated and large numbers of Read More
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The Eleventh Dynasty

Mentuhotep II  Mentuhotep II succeeded Inyotef III in about 2061 BC. When he came to the Theban throne under the name S’ankhibtawy, a name that Read More
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The Second Intermediate Period

It did not begin suddenly at the end of the Twelfth Dynasty, and it was simply a convenient label for a chronological gap, since only Read More
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The Seventh Dynasty

According to Manetho, after the Sixth Dynasty, the Seventh Dynasty rose to the throne. Consisting of 70 kings, it ruled for 70 days. It seems Read More
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The Ninth Dynasty

Seemingly, the change from the Eighth Dynasty to the Ninth passed smoothly, as the new kings followed the policy of their predecessors. The number of Read More
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The Twelfth Dynasty

                                                Amenemhat I  Read More
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The Thirteenth & Fourteenth Dynasty 

The King-Lists enumerate more than 50 kings for the Thirteenth Dynasty. There is not yet any general agreement on the order of their succession. The Read More
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The Tenth Dynasty

The rulers of the Tenth Dynasty were ruling from Ihnasya, from which they descended. Egypt was under the same conitions as during the Ninth Dynasty: Read More
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The Hyksos – The Fifteenth and Sixteenth Dynasties

Hyksos’ control over Northern Egypt evolved in a number of stages. Starting from Avaris they gradually moved towards Memphis, following the eastern edge of the Read More
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The Thebans – The Seventeenth Dynasty  

According to the Turin Canon, there were 15 kings in the Seventeenth Dynasty, yet, according to the Karnak King-Lists they were nine only. The Theban Read More
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Khyan 

On the Hyksos’ part, Yaqub-Har’s successor, Khyan, cannot be said to have ruled an actual empire, although his name appears frequently (not only on an Read More
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The New Kingdom ( The Empire )

  Contents : The Eighteenth Dynasty The Nineteenth Dynasty The Twentieth Dynasty
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The Nineteenth Dynasty

Contents : Pharaoh Ramses I (Paramessu) Pharaoh Sety I Pharaoh Ramses II Pharaoh Merenptah Pharaoh Sety II Pharaoh Siptah (Merenptah) Queen Tausret   Pharaoh Ramses Read More
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The Twentieth Dynasty

How the Twentieth Dynasty gained power remains unclear. The only indication of the political events at this date is attested by a stela erected on Read More
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The Twenty-First Dynasty

Pharaoh Smendes Smendes proclaimed himself king after the death of Ramses XI. He effectively declared himself the heir of the Ramesside line through the set Read More
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The Hereafter in Ancient Egypt

Pyramids, temples, tombs, the burials of kings, nobles and the common people, all express the unique Ancient Egyptian idea of death. Ancient Egyptians believed in Read More
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Burial Customs in Ancient Egypt and Their Development

Although the practice of preserving corpses is common to several cultures around the world, the Egyptians were proficient, more complex and refined in this art Read More
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