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  • 121 Shoshenq IV — Hedjkheperre Setepenre Shoshenq IV ruled Egypt s 22nd Dynasty between the reigns of Shoshenq III and Pami. This Pharaoh s existence was first argued by David Rohl but the British Egyptologist Aidan Dodson settled the issue in a seminal GM… …

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  • 122 Intef VII — Nebkheperre Intef VII (or Antef) was an Egyptian king of the Seventeenth dynasty of Egypt at Thebes during the Second Intermediate Period, when Egypt was divided by rival dynasties including the Hyksos in Lower Egypt. He is known to be the… …

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  • 123 Teos of Egypt — Teos Djedhor, Djedher, Takhos Pharaoh of Egypt Reign 362–360 BC, 30th Dynasty Predecessor Nectanebo I …

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  • 124 Nepherites I — Nefaarud I Sphinx of pharaoh Nepherites I in the Louvre Museum Pharaoh of Egypt …

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  • 125 Rudamun — Pharaoh Infobox Name= Rudamun | Caption=A small glass vase with the cartouches of Rudamun NomenHiero= Nomen= Rudamun PrenomenHiero= Prenomen= User maat re Setep en amun Powerful is the Justice of Re, Chosen of Amun [Clayton, Peter A. Chronicle of …

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  • 126 Landgrave Charles of Hesse-Kassel — Charles of Hesse ( da. Carl af Hessen; de. Karl von Hessen Kassel) (Kassel 19 December 1744 ndash; Luisenlund 17 August 1836) was born in Kassel as the second surviving son of Kassel s then hereditary prince, the future Frederick II, Landgrave of …

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  • 127 Albert, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein — Infobox British Royalty|highness name =Prince Albert title =Duke of Schleswig Holstein predecessor =Ernest Gunther, Duke of Schleswig Holstein successor =Frederick Ferdinand, Duke of Schleswig Holstein full name =Albert John Charles Frederick… …

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  • 128 INED (disambiguation) — INED is a shortcut for:* Institut National d Études Démographiques National Institute for Demografic Research [http://www.ined.fr/] * International Network of Economic Developers [http://ined.org/] * Instituto de Educación a Distancia… …

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  • 129 List of modern Egypt-related topics — This page aims to list articles on Wikipedia that are related to Modern Egypt. This is so that those interested in the subject can monitor changes to the pages by clicking on Related changes in the sidebar.The list is not necessarily complete or… …

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  • 130 Djehuti — Djehuti, Djehuty or Thuty was a pharaoh of Ancient Egypt dating to the Second Intermediate period. Djehuti s prenomen, Sekhemre Sementawy, means The Power of Re who Establishes the Two Lands. [1] It is thought that he was succeeded by Sobekhotep… …

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  • 131 Chōshū Domain — Color of Chōshū army at Boshin war. The Chōshū Domain (長州藩, Chōshū han? …

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  • 132 Masaharta — High Priest of Amun Reign 1054–1045 BC, Concurrent with the 21st Dynasty Predecessor Pinedjem I Successor Djedkhonsuefankh …

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  • 133 Monarchy of Finland — The nation of Finland has never been an independent sovereign monarchy: no attempt to establish one was crowned with success. When it finally became established as a modern independent nation state, it was despite a very brief flirtation with… …

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  • 134 Grand Duchy of Cracow — Infobox Former Subdivision native name = Großherzogtum Krakau Wielkie Księstwo Krakowskie common name = Cracow |conventional long name = Grand Duchy of Cracow era = Modern Age subdivision = Grand Duchy nation = Austria year start = 1846 year end …

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  • 135 Hotep — The Egyptian word Hotep ( eg. ḥtp ) is regularly found in the names of ancient Egyptian figures such as Hotepsekhemwy ( eg. ḥr ḥtp sḫm.wj the two powers are at peace .), the first ruler of Egypt s Second Dynasty. [Vendel, Ottar . Absolute… …

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  • 136 Sakir-Har — The obscure Hyksos king, Sakir Har, was discovered in a recently excavated door jamb from Tell el Dab a of Ancient Egypt by Manfred Bietak. His titulary (Nebti and Golden Falcon names, as well as his nomen) appear on door jamb, Cairo TD 8316 .… …

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  • 137 Djedkhonsuefankh — High Priest of Amun Reign 1046–1045 BC, Concurrent with the 21st Dynasty Predecessor Masaherta Successor Menkheperre …

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  • 138 Netjerkare — Pharaoh of Egypt Reign Unknown, Sixth or Seventh Dynasty? Predecessor Neferkara I? or Nitocris? or Merenre Nemtyemsaf II? …

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  • 139 Menkare — Pharaoh of Egypt Reign Unknown, 7th Dynasty? Predecessor Netjerkare? Successor Neferkare II? …

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  • 140 Neferkare II — Pharaoh of Egypt Reign Unknown, 7th Dynasty? Predecessor Menkare? Successor Neferkare Neby? …

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