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x 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 architectural fragment in Egypt at Gebelein and at Bubastis, but also in foreign countries such as Palestine and Baghdad). The Kingdom of Kerma, which was allied with the Hyksos according to texts, was to last until the Theban King Kamose recaptured Buhen. The Theban contemporaries of Khyan are obscure. There is one Theban ruler named Djehuty who reigned for only one year, but nothing more than a canopic chest bearing his name has survived. Mentuhotep VII, whose reign was also short, left a pair of sphinxes at Edfu.

 

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