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  • 21 Seti I — Sethi I Image of Seti I from his temple in Abydos Pharaoh of Egypt …

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  • 22 Menes — This article is about the Pharaoh. For the H. P. Lovecraft character, see The Cats of Ulthar. For the Macedonian general, see Menes of Pella. For the Romanian village of Miniş, called Ménes in Hungarian, see Ghioroc. Menes Africanus: Mênês… …

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  • 23 Our Lady of La Salette — Location La Salette Fallavaux, France Date 19 September 1846 Witness …

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  • 24 Horemheb — Pharaoh Infobox | Name=Horemheb | ImageSize=225 Caption=Statue of Horemheb giving offerings to Atum, at the Luxor Museum NomenHiero= i mn:n:U7 N G5 Aa13:Hb Nomen= Horemheb Meryamun Horus is in Jubilation, Beloved of Amun PrenomenHiero= ra:Dsr xpr …

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  • 25 Freiherr — a German word, is a title of nobility of lower peerage rank in the former Holy Roman Empire (in German Heiliges Römisches Reich , HRR ), or in its various German successor states, like Prussia, Bavaria, Württemberg, Hessen and others. In Austria …

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  • 26 Sobekneferu — Nefrusobek Skemiophris (in Manetho) Fragmented statue of Sobekneferu (Louvre Museum) Pharaoh of …

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  • 27 Djedefre — Djedefra, Redjedef, Radjedef Head of Djedefre from Abu Rawash Pharaoh of Egypt …

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  • 28 Sekhemkhet — Djoser ti Sekhemkhet s Saqqara pyramid Pharaoh of Egypt …

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  • 29 Osorkon I — Statue inscribed with the praenomen of Osorkon I discovered at Byblos; the statue itself is probably from the 19th Dynasty Pharaoh of Egypt …

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  • 30 Contrade of Siena — A contrada (plural: contrade) is a district, or a ward, within an Italian city. The most well known contrade are probably the 17 contrade of Siena that race in the Palio di Siena. Each is named after an animal or symbol and each with its own long …

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  • 31 Anedjib — Pharaoh Infobox | Alt= Enezib, Andjyeb, Africanus: Miebidos, Eusebius: Niebaïs Name= Anedjib| Caption= A clay seal impression with the name of Anedjib, on display at the British Museum. Horus= Safe is His Heart HorusHiero= N36:ib Reign= 10 years… …

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  • 32 Osorkon III — Pharaoh of Egypt Reign 28 years, 23rd Dynasty Predecessor Shoshenq VI Successor Takelot III …

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  • 33 Seuserenre Bebiankh — Pharaoh Infobox | Name= Seuserenre Beniankh| Reign=1603 ndash;1591 BC or 1600 ndash;1588 BC Predecessor=Semenre Successor=Sekhemre Shedwast Spouse= Children= Dynasty=16th Dynasty Father= Mother= Born= Died=1591 or 1588 BC Burial= Monuments=… …

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  • 34 Sewadjenre Nebiriau I — Pharaoh Infobox | Name= Sewadjenre Nebiriau | Reign=1627 ndash;1601 BC Predecessor=Mentuhotep VI Successor=Nebiriau II Spouse= Children= Nebiriau II? Dynasty=16th Dynasty Father= Mother= Born= Died=1601 BC Burial= Monuments= Nebiriau or… …

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  • 35 Semenre — was a poorly attested 16th dynasty Theban king during the Second Intermediate Period of Egypt who succeeded the equally obscure Nebiriau II. His sole contemporary attestation is an axe inscribed with his prenomen. Semenre was succeeded by… …

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  • 36 Neferhotep III — Sekhemre Sankhtawi Neferhotep Pharaoh of Egypt Predecessor Sobekhotep VIII Successor Sankhenre Mentuhotep VI …

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  • 37 Origins of the Hyksos — The Hyksos rulers of the fifteenth dynasty of Egypt were of non Egyptian origin. There are various hypotheses as to their ethnic identity. Most archaeologists describe the Hyksos as Semitic peoples from Asia since the names of their rulers such… …

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  • 38 Mélanie Calvat — Françoise Mélanie Calvat called Mathieu (7 November 1831 Corps, Isère, France 15 December 1904 Altamura, Italy) was a French Roman catholic religious sister and Marian visionary. As a religious, she was called Sister Mary of the Cross. Contents 1 …

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  • 39 Two Ladies — NOTOC In Ancient Egyptian texts, Two Ladies is a religious euphemism for Wadjet and Nekhbet, the deities who were the patrons of the Ancient Egyptians and worshiped by all after the unification of its two parts, Lower Egypt, and Upper Egypt. When …

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  • 40 Aktisanes — is a Nubian king who is mentioned by the Greek historian Hecataeus of Abdera. He is perhaps identical with Menmaatre Setepenamun Gatisen known from Nubian sources.His longest text is a now lost building inscription copied by the Lepsius… …

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