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History of Egypt

The First Dynasty, the Unification

Two main changes mark the beginning of the First Dynasty: the spread of writing and the foundation of Memphis.   The Egyptians, since the New Read More
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The Thinite Period

Manetho described the first two dynasties as ‘Thinite’. Thinis is a legendary city, near Abydos, said to be the home of the first kings of Read More
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Old Kingdom

The dawn of the Ancient Egyptian Old Kingdom is marked by the emergence of the Third Dynasty. There are two major features that most distinctly Read More
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The Third Dynasty

Some argue that King Djoser was not the first ruler of the Third Dynasty, although the archaeological evidence and the King Lists tend to suggest Read More
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The Fourth Dynasty

Sneferu He is always referred to as the ‘Successor of Huni’. His mother Meresankh was not royal-blooded, thus she was one of Huni’s concubines. However, Read More
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The Fifth Dynasty

The country as a whole and its administration had not witnessed great changes in the beginning of the reign of Userkaf whose name means (powerful Read More
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The Sixth Dynasty

With the rise of this dynasty, and especially at the time of Pepy I, the position of the priesthood of the Sun-god Re was still Read More
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Administration under the Old Kingdom    

  The King At the beginning of the Third Dynasty, the Egyptian monarchy had developed a theological dimension, with the adoption of two new names Read More
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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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