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  • 101 Djedkare Isesi — Tankeris Gold cylinder seal bearing the names and titles of the pharaoh Djedkare Isesi …

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  • 102 Mentuhotep I — Mentuhotpe Pharaoh of Egypt Reign 2134 BC–?, 11th dynasty Predecessor Successor …

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  • 103 Mentuhotep III — Osiride statue of the 11th dynasty pharaoh Mentuhotep III, on display at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston …

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  • 104 Nitocris — For other uses, see Nitocris (disambiguation). Nitocris Nitocret Pharaoh of Egypt Predecessor Merenre or Pepi II Neferkare Successor …

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  • 105 Merenre Nemtyemsaf II — Antyemsaf Pharaoh of Egypt Reign 2184 BC–?, 6th Dynasty Predecessor Pepi II Neferkare …

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  • 106 Domenico Silvio Passionei — A painting of Cardinal Passionei from the 18th century Domenico Silvio Passionei (December 2, 1682 – July 5, 1761) was an Italian Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church. Born in Fossombrone near Urbino, Marche, he went to Rome in 1695, where he… …

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  • 107 House of Mecklenburg — Country Mecklenburg, Titles Prince, Duke, Grand Duke, Elected Duke of United Baltic Duchy Founder Niklot …

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  • 108 Neferefre — Raneferef Painted limestone statue of Neferefre Pharaoh of Egypt …

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  • 109 Nyuserre Ini — Neuserre Izi, Niuserre Isi Head and torso in the style of a 5th Dynasty king, thought to represent Nyuserre Ini Pharaoh o …

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  • 110 Brienne claim to the Kingdom of Jerusalem — Hugh, Count of Brienne claimed the regency of Jerusalem (and, indirectly, a place in the succession) in 1264 as senior heir of Hugh I of Cyprus and Alice of Jerusalem, being the son of their eldest daughter, but was passed over by the Haute Cour… …

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  • 111 Mentuhotep IV — Pharaoh of Egypt Reign 1998–1991 BC, 11th dynasty Predecessor Mentuhotep III Successor Amenemhat I …

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  • 112 List of Grand Dukes of Russia — This is a list of those members of the Russian Imperial Family who bore the title Velikiy Knjaz (usually translated into English as Grand Duke, but more accurately Grand Prince). This courtesy title was borne by the sons and male line grandsons… …

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  • 113 Nicholas Romanov — may refer to: Nicholas I of Russia (1796–1855), third son of Paul I Tsaritsa Maria Fedorovna; younger brother of Alexander I, ascended 1825 Nicholas Alexandrovich (1843–1865), eldest son of Emperor Alexander II and Tsaritsa Maria Alexandrovna;… …

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  • 114 Takelot I — Pharaoh Infobox | ImageSize=200 Caption=The Sarcophagus of Takelot I Reign=885 ndash;872 BC PrenomenHiero=N5 S1 L1 N5 U21:n Prenomen= Hedjkheperre Setepenre NomenHiero=U33 V31:r N17:V13 Nomen= Takelot Name=Takelot I | Predecessor= Shoshenq II… …

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  • 115 Smendes — Nesbanebdjed Pharaoh of Egypt Reign c. 1077/1076–1052 BC[1], 21st Dynasty Predecessor …

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  • 116 Osorkon the Elder — Pharaoh of Egypt Reign 992 – 986 BC, 21st Dynasty Predecessor Amenemope Successor Siamun …

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  • 117 Neferhotep I — Archeological Museum of Bologna (Italy) Pharaoh of Egypt Predecessor …

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  • 118 Edgar Gold — Edgar Gold, CM, AM, QC, BA, LLB, PhD, DSc, FNI (born 1934) is an Australian Canadian lawyer, author, academic, and master mariner. Edgar Gold was born in Hamburg, Germany, but later moved to Australia in 1952. Edgar moved again to Halifax,Nova… …

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  • 119 Nectanebo I — Nectanabo I Stela of Nectanebo I Pharaoh of Egypt Reign 380–362 BC …

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  • 120 Ini (pharaoh) — Ini was a king at Thebes, Egypt, during the 8th century BCE.Menkheperre Ini or Iny Si Ese Meryamun was probably Rudamun s successor at Thebes but was not a member of his predecessor s 23rd Dynasty. Unlike the 23rd dynasty rulers, he was a local… …

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