titulary

  • 181 Annales du service des antiquités de l'Égypte (numéros 51 à 60) — Les Annales du service des antiquités de l Égypte sont publiées par le Conseil suprême des Antiquités égyptiennes (CSA). Cliquez sur un onglet pour accèder aux titres des sujets développés dans chaque numéro nos 1 à 10 nos 11 à 20… …

    Wikipédia en Français

  • 182 Amenemnisu — (reigned c. 1043–1039 BC)    Throne name Neferkare. Second ruler of Dynasty 21 of unknown origin. He was cited in Manetho by his throne name, which was generally considered to be an error until an inscription with his titulary was discovered in… …

    Ancient Egypt

  • 183 Cartouche —     A word used by Egyptologists for the oval in which were written the two most important of the five names of the king. This made the names readily distinguishable in hieroglyphic texts. The cartouche was probably derived from the hieroglyph… …

    Ancient Egypt

  • 184 Herihor — High priest of Amun 1100 1094 BC.     Herihor inaugurated the line of seven High priests of Amun at Thebes who were to claim great power in the south during the late Twentieth and the Twenty first Dynasties. Nothing is known of his background and …

    Ancient Egypt

  • 185 Intef I — (reigned c. 2125–2112 BC)    First declared ruler of Dynasty 11. Horus name Sehertawy. Son of Mentuhotep I. At first governor of Thebes, he appears to have revolted against Herakleopolis and adopted the title of king, although he did not adopt… …

    Ancient Egypt

  • 186 Introduction —     The history of ancient Egypt extends from c.3100 BC down to c.AD 600, although during the later period it had become part of the Roman Empire. Prior to the unification of the country in c.3100 BC, there were perhaps two thousand years when… …

    Ancient Egypt

  • 187 Khasekhemwy — (reigned c. 2710 BC)    Final ruler of Dynasty 2. Probably identical with a King Khasekhem attested on contemporary monuments. He appears to have ended the religious conflict between the supporters of Horus and Seth by adopting both gods as part… …

    Ancient Egypt

  • 188 Neferirkare — (Kakai) King 2473 2463 BC.     Neferirkare succeeded his brother *Sahure as the third king of the Fifth Dynasty. He is one of the three kings mentioned in the story preserved in the Westcar Papyrus, in which it is foretold that triplets (the… …

    Ancient Egypt

  • 189 Nekhbet —    Egyptian goddess of Nekheb, modern Elkab, represented as a vulture. She was the tutelary deity of Upper Egypt and as such appears in the nebty or two ladies name of the royal titulary and on the royal crown with the uraeus of Wadjet.    See… …

    Ancient Egypt

  • 190 Niuserre — King 2453 2422 BC.     A tale in the Westcar Papyrus in the Berlin Museum emphasises the allegiance that the kings of the Fifth Dynasty had to the cult of the sun god Re, and the historical facts support this claim. The kings of this dynasty… …

    Ancient Egypt

  • 191 Nsw-bit name —     One of the five great names of the royal titulary, this literally means He who belongs to the Reed and the Bee , symbols respectively of Upper Egypt (the south) and Lower Egypt (the Delta). It is translated as King of Upper and Lower Egypt ,… …

    Ancient Egypt

  • 192 Pedubast I — (reigned c. 818–793 BC)    Throne name Usermaatre setepenenamun. Epithet meryamun. Founder of Dynasty 23. He appears to have assumed the royal titulary during the reign of Sheshonq IIIof Dynasty 22and founded a parallel line of rulers recognized… …

    Ancient Egypt

  • 193 Peribsen — King c.2730 BC.     Peribsen was a ruler of the Second Dynasty whose connection with the despised god Seth has been the subject of discussion. Unlike other kings whose names were preceded by a Horus name (indicating their allegiance to the god… …

    Ancient Egypt

  • 194 Ramesses XI — King 1113 1085 BC.     Ramesses XI, the last king of the Twentieth Dynasty, managed to hold his kingdom together although it was during his reign that the country virtually divided into two parts.     The king continued to rule in the north, but… …

    Ancient Egypt

  • 195 Salitis —    Greek name given by the Hebrew historian Josephus, who derived it from Manetho for the first Hyksos ruler of Dynasty 15. The Austrian expedition at Avaris recently discovered a fragmentary inscription with part of a royal titulary of King… …

    Ancient Egypt

  • 196 Serekh —    The stylized palace facade used beginning in Dynasty 0 to enclose the Horus name of the king in the royal titulary. Historical Dictionary Of Ancient Egypt by Morris L. Bierbrier …

    Ancient Egypt

  • 197 Udjahorresnet — (fl. 530–520 BC)    Egyptian officer from Sais. Commander of the navy under Ahmose II and Psamtik III. He became chief physician to Cambyses of Persia following his conquest of Egypt in 525 BC, and he claimed to choose the royal titulary of… …

    Ancient Egypt

  • 198 Upper Egypt —    Ancient Egyptian Shemau. The area of Egypt comprising the Nile Valley from Memphis north to Elephantine during ancient times. The area seems to have evolved into a separate kingdom with its capital at Hierakonpolis during the late Predynastic… …

    Ancient Egypt

  • 199 Userkaf — King 2494 2487 BC.     The first king of the Fifth Dynasty, Userkaf was perhaps a descendant of a secondary branch of *Cheops family. He probably strengthened his claim to the throne by marrying *Khentkaues, and was succeeded by his sons *Sahure… …

    Ancient Egypt

  • 200 Wadjet —    Egyptian goddess of Buto, usually represented as a cobra. She was the tutelary goddess of Lower Egypt and as such appears as part of the nebty, or “two ladies,” name in the royal titulary and as the uraeus on the royal crown. During the Late… …

    Ancient Egypt