List of state leaders in the 4th and 3rd millennia BC

List of state leaders in the 4th and 3rd millennia BC

Events of the 4th millennium BCEvents of the 3rd millennium BC20th century BC state leadersState leaders by year-----This is a list of state leaders from the beginning of recorded history in the 4th millennium BC until the end of the 3rd millennium BC.


*# Narmer, Pharaoh (ca. 3150 BC3125 BC) []
*# Qa'a, Pharaoh (ca. 2916 BC–2890 BC)]
*# Hotepsekhemwy, Pharaoh (ca. 2890 BC–2853 BC)
*# Sanakhte, Pharaoh (ca. 2686 BC2668 BC)
*# Djoser, Pharaoh (2668 BC2649 BC)


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