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  1. Userkaf was a great inventor with his sun temple and great obelisk that became standard for the rest of the dynasty.
  2. Userkaf was buried at Saqqara, and Shepseskaf was buried at South Saqqara in his unique Mastabat Fara’un.
  3. Userkaf was considered to be the founder of the 5th Dynasty.
  4. Userkaf was succeeded by his son (possibly by Khentkaues I), Sahure.
  5. Userkaf was the first Pharaoh of the Fifth dynasty.

Thirteenth Dynasty of Egypt

  1. The Thirteenth dynasty of Egypt was much weaker than the Twelfth dynasty of Egypt, and was unable to hold onto the long land of Egypt.


  1. Funerary Figurines including Shabti, Shawabti and Ushabti: Workers for the Dead.
  2. Ushabti: A small statue frequently found in Egyptian tombs that is believed to be a kind of magical servant who provided for the deceased.


  1. The Uraeus was a symbol of Kingship in Egypt.
  2. The uraeus was a symbol for various things from early times including: the sun, Lower Egypt, the king and a number of deities.
  3. The uraeus was often added to the brow of the king as part of his headdress.
  4. The uraeus was often depicted with the vulture Nekhebet who served the same function for Upper Egypt.
  5. The uraeus was the hieroglyphic for "Goddess" and signified healing.


  1. Tutimaios was the last Pharaoh of the Thirteenth Dynasty .

Osorkon Ii

  1. Osorkon II, of Egypt's 22nd Dynasty.
  2. Osorkon II was a pharaoh of the Twenty-second Dynasty Ancient Egypt between 872 BC to c.
  3. Osorkon II was active in promoting closer relations with Egypt's neighbors and in seeking alliances against the rising power of Assyria.
  4. Osorkon II was an energetic ruler, ruthless in suppressing aspirants to the Theban High Priesthood.
  5. Osorkon II was not a contemporary of Omri and Ahab.


  1. Nefertem - the god of the lotus flower from which, in some myths, Ra emerged from each morning.
  2. Nefertem is the personification of the lotus flower from which the sun god emerges in the creation myths.
  3. Nefertem is the son of Sekhmet and Ptah and is shown being born in a Lotus Blossom.
  4. Nefertem was a member of the holy triad of Memphis.
  5. Nefertem was also considered a defender of Ma‘at, the universal order.

Cleopatra V of Egypt

  1. Cleopatra V of Egypt is the mother of Cleopatra VII ,by her husband Ptolemy XII, and is possibly the mother of Cleopatra_VI_of_Egypt and Berenice IV .


  1. Busiris - A king of Egypt, who to avert famine for his people, ordered all strangers that landed on his shores be sacrificed to the gods.
  2. Busiris was originaly dedicated to the local vegetation god, Andjeti.


  1. Budasheer was a king of Egypt and father of Adim.

Amenemhat Iii

  1. Amenemhat III was a pharaoh of Egypt.
  2. Amenemhat III was buried in this pyramid according to the ancient Egyptian concept of life after death.
  3. Amenemhat III was certainly succeeded by Amenemhat IV, and it is impossible to intercalate Hor between them.
  4. Amenemhat III was een farao van de 12e Dynastie.
  5. Amenemhat III was succeeded by Amenemhat IV (1786-1777), his grandson.


  1. Aahla is one of the divisions of the Kerneter or infernal regions, or Amenti in Egypt ian religion; the word means "Field of Peace".
  2. Aahla is one of the divisions of the Kerneter or infernal regions, or Amenti in Egyptian religion; the word means "Field of Peace ".
  3. Aahla is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.


  1. Aaru is a river that begins its journey from a hill and normally ends at the sea.
  2. Aaru was usually placed in the east (where the sun rises) and is described as a series of islands, covered in fields of wheat.
  3. Aaru was usually placed in the east (where the sun sun rises) and is described as a series of island island s, covered in fields of wheat wheat.


  1. Abusir (Abu Sir) Necropolis in Egypt, including the pyramids of Sahure, Neferirkare, Niuserre and Neferefre.
  2. Abusir is a 5th dynasty necropolis.
  3. Abusir is a pyramid field on the west bank of the Nile to the north of Saqqara where many of the Dynasty V pharaohs chose to site their burial monuments.
  4. Abusir is an area west of the Nile & situated just north of the Saqqara pyramid complex.
  5. Abusir is the Arab name for the Greek Busiris, which in turn is a rendering of the Ancient Egyptian name Per-Usir, which means The House of Osiris.


  1. ADIM is a powerful security and.

Akhenaten Temple Project

  1. The Akhenaten Temple Project is a project encompassing four archaeological expeditions to Egypt and north-east Africa.

Amarna Art

  1. Amarna art is the result of that creativity.
  2. Amarna art was a new style of Egyptian art introduced under the rule of Akhenaton.
  3. The Amarna art is a physical representation of the teachings.
  4. The Amarna art was a striking departure from the conventional, symbolic ancient Egyptian form.

Amenemhat Ii

  1. Egypt: Amenemhet II (Amenemhat II) , 3rd King of the 12th Dynasty.
  2. Amenemhat II was de eerste farao van de 12e Dynastie.
  3. Amenemhat II was probably the 3 rd king of the 12 th dynasty.
  4. Amenemhat II was the first king after 4th Dynasty king Snofru, many centuries before, to return to Dashur.
  5. Amenemhat II was the son and successor of Sesostris I. His principal queen was named Neferu, attested through an inscription in the Sinai.


  1. Amenemope was a resident of Akhim, a town in Upper Egypt on the east side of the Nile.


  1. Egypt: The Tomb of Amenherkhepshef in the Valley of the Queens on the West Bank at Luxor.
  2. Amenherkhepshef is a son of Ramesses III who died at the age of nine.


  1. Andjety was associated with Osiris, whose symbols were also the crook and flail, as well as the atef crown, which resembled that worn by Andjety.
  2. Andjety was responsible for the rebirth of the individual in the afterlife.


  1. Anedjib is a ruler that not so much is known about.
  2. Anedjib was the fifth king during the 1st dynasty.
  3. Anedjib was the fifth king of the first dynasty.
  4. Anedjib was this king's Horus name, which means "Safe is His Heart".


  1. Ankhesenpaaten was born in a time when Egypt was in transition (ca.
  2. Ankhesenpaaten was probably very close to her parents and elder sisters.


  1. Anuket - An early Egyptian water goddess; she was later merged with Nephthys.
  2. Anuket - The goddess personifying the Nile as nourisher of the fields.
  3. Anuket was an Egyptian primeval earth goddess who was revered at Elephantine and in lower Nubia.
  4. Anuket: A much loved water-goddess whose was eventually merged with Nephthys.


  1. ATUM was the creator god of Heliopolis, the sole progenitor and head of the ancient Egyptian pantheon according to one of the earliest Egyptian cosmogonies.
  2. ATUM was the god that created himself.
  3. Atum - A primordial god that was represented in the form of a human and a serpent.
  4. Atum - An Elder God and a god of the sun.
  5. Atum - The god of the setting sun and a form of Re.


  1. Ba-Pef - a minor god of evil.
  2. Ba-Pef was worshipped by specialist priests in the Old Kingdom.


  1. Bakha - The sacred bull that was an incarnation of Menthu, a personification of the heat of the sun.
  2. Bakha was his avatar.


  1. Bennu - A large blue heron or phoenix believed to greet the deceased upon entering the heavenly realms symbolizing rebirth.
  2. Bennu - An aspect of Ra-Atum in the form of a phoenix.
  3. Bennu was the patron of the reckoning of time and carrier of eternal light from the abode of the gods to the world of men.
  4. Bennu: A solar deity, usually considered an aspect of Atum.
  5. The Bennu was also associated with the inundation of the Nile and of the creation.

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