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  • 81 Royal and noble ranks — Emperor Empress King Queen Viceroy Vicereine …

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  • 82 Hotepsekhemwy — Pharaoh Infobox | Alt= Boethos, Bedjau, Baunetjer, Hetepsekhemwy, Boêthos, Boëthos ImageSize=100 Caption=Bone cylinder inscribed with the serekh of Hotepsekhemwy Name= Hotepsekhemwy| HorusHiero=R4 S42 S42 Horus= Hotepsekhemwy The two powers are… …

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  • 83 Ignatius Zakka I Iwas — infobox bishopbiog name = Ignatius Zakka I Iwas religion= Syriac Orthodox Church See = Antioch Title = Patriarch of Antioch Period = 1980 ndash; consecration = Predecessor = Ignatius Ya qub III Successor = Incumbent post = | ordination = 1957… …

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  • 84 Grand prince — Grand princess redirects here. For the cruise ship, see Grand Princess. Royal and noble ranks Emperor Empress King Queen …

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  • 85 Isabelle, comtesse de Paris — Princess Isabelle of Orléans Braganza became by marriage duchess of Orléans, of Valois, of Chartres, of Guise, of Enghien, of Vendome, of Penthievre, of Aumale, of Nemours and of Montpensier, dauphine of Auvergne, princess of Joinville, princess… …

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  • 86 Necho I — Pharaoh of Egypt Reign 672 – 664 BC, 26th dynasty Predecessor Nekauba? Successor Psamtik I …

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  • 87 Nectanebo II — Nakhthorheb …

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  • 88 Pepi I Meryre — Pepy, Phiops or Fiops Lifesize copper statue of Pepi I, Cairo Museum Pharaoh of Egypt …

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  • 89 Merenre Nemtyemsaf I — Merenre Antyemsaf A small wooden box inscribed with the names and titles of Merenre Nemtyemsaf I Pharaoh of …

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  • 90 Sanakht — Nebka Relief fragment of pharaoh Sanakht, shown in the pose of smiting an enemy. On display at the British Museum …

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  • 91 Merneptah — Merenptah Statue of Merenptah on display at the Egyptian Museum …

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  • 92 Mentuhotep II — Pharaoh of Egypt Reign 2061–2010 BC, 11th  …

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  • 93 Serekh — The serekh (ser ik) is a stylised rectangle which contained the Horus name of ancient Egyptian Pharaohs (they had five regal names each). Made up of two compartments, the bottom contains parallel lines which represent the frontal view of a palace …

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  • 94 Djer — Manetho: Athothis (or Cencennes?); Turin Canon: Iteti Stela depicting the Horus name of the pharaoh Djer, on display at the Cairo Museum Pharaoh of …

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  • 95 Menkheperre — was also the throne name of Thutmose III and the name of a prince of the 18th dynasty Menkheperre High Priest of Amun Reign 1045–992 BC Predecessor Djedkhonsuefankh …

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  • 96 Takelot II — Pharaoh Infobox PrenomenHiero=N5 S1 L1 N5 U21:n Prenomen= Hedjkheperre Setepenre NomenHiero=U33 V31:r N17:V13 Nomen= Takelot | Name=Takelot II Predecessor=Osorkon II Dynasty=Twenty third dynasty of Egypt Successor=Pedubast I Spouse=Karomama… …

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  • 97 Osorkon II — Pendant bearing the cartouche of Osorkon II Pharaoh of Egypt Reign 872–837 BC …

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  • 98 Djet — Africanus: Uenephês Eusebius: Uenephês, Vavenephis Serekh containing the name of Djet, on display at the Louvre …

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  • 99 Neferirkare Kakai — Pyramid of Neferirkare at Abusir Pharaoh of Egypt Reign 2475–2455 BC …

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  • 100 Menkauhor Kaiu — 18th dynasty stele depicting the 5th dynasty pharaoh Menkauhor Kaiu. Pharaoh of Egypt …

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