Ancient Egyptian Kings (Pharaohs)
Ancinet Egyptian Kings - Pharaohs
Pharaohs are ancient Egyptian monarchs who reigned after King Narmer (Mena) unified Upper and Lower Egypt around 3100 BC during the early dynasty era. Ancient Egypt’s history is divided into two periods: pre-dynastic Egypt and post-dynastic Egypt. The ancient period, known as the Old Kingdom, began with King Mena uniting the two realms of the Delta and Upper Egypt around 3100 BC. During the prehistoric era, the first ancient Egyptian man began to settle in the Nile Valley, where he learned agriculture and animal husbandry, and formed tiny societies, as Egypt split into the Delta and Upper Egypt states. Second, the Dynastic Period (Pharaohs Era) is divided into 30 dynasties and three kingdoms, during which time literary, religious, and aesthetic manifestations crystallized. The great rulers of the Old Kingdom (King Djoser, Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure) were famous as the builders of the great pyramids, and the king was regarded as the real divinity on earth, as indicated by his titles. The Middle Kingdom, which lasted from the 11th to the 14th century and had dynasties dating from the 11th to the 14th century, was ruled by dynasties ranging from the 11th to the 14th centuries. Lower Nubia was taken over by the monarchs because they wished to be involved in international politics. During this time, Egypt was occupied by the Hyksos, but the righteous princes were able to rescue their country owing to King (Seqenen Ra) and his two sons (Kamos) and (Ahmose), who are credited with founding the New Kingdom. The New Kingdom, often known as the Empire Era, was a period of time in which the United Kingdom Egypt’s dominion was stretched from northern Syria and Mesopotamia to the fourth waterfall in Sudan under the dynasties of 18-22, and Thebes served as the capital of that empire (currently Luxor). When the New Kingdom’s grandeur faded, the kingdom was governed by Libyan kings like (Sheshenq) and (Yukuris), as well as Nubian rulers like (Sheshenq) and (Yukuris) (Yukuris).
Important Ancient Egyptian Kings
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