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in. ). Museum of excellent Arts, Boston; Harvard University—Boston Museum of excellent Arts day trip 20. 1822. photo � 2014 Museum of good Arts, Boston. 4 Detail of a facsimile portray of a swamp scene: a papyrus thicket, tomb of Kenamun (TT 93), reign of Amenhotep II, Dynasty 18, New country from Thebes, Egypt. Tempera on paper facsimile by means of Hugh R. Hopgood (1914–1916). Metropolitan Museum of artwork, manhattan, 30. four. 60. Rogers Fund, 1930. photo through Valérie Angenot. 5 The ducks of Meidum, mastaba of Nefermaat and Atet, outdated nation, starting of Dynasty four, Meidum, painted plaster. photo: Francesco Tiradritti. 6 Papyrus thicket, tomb of Ankhtifi in Moalla, First Intermediate interval, mid to overdue Dynasty nine, Moalla, painted plaster. picture: Francesco Tiradritti. 7 A aspect of sunk reduction painted with the pink and blue symbolizing darkness and lightweight, water and earth, humidity and dry, divine and human, dying and existence, 7th century BCE, Assasif. picture: MAIL (Italian Archaeological project to Luxor); � Ass. Cult. in keeping with lo Studio dell'Egitto e Sudan NGO. 8 Seated silver cult statue of a falcon-headed deity, New state, Dynasty 19, Miho Museum, SF04. 070. � Miho Museum, Japan. 9 Seated Harpocrates, wall portray in alcove of residence C65CF4, painted via Hamzeh Carr, 1928. � Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, collage of Michigan. 10 Portrait of King Tanwetamani (Tantamani), Kurru Pyramid sixteen, el-Kurru, Nubia. picture through Peter Lacovara. Chronology of Egyptian Kings the subsequent record is meant to offer the reader a common chronological framework. The dates till 664 BCE are in accordance with E. Horning, R. Krauss, and D. A. Warburton, eds. (2006), old Egyptian Chronology, instruction manual of Oriental reports eighty three, Leiden, and J. Baines and J. Málek (2000), Atlas of historical Egypt, Oxford. The dates given for the Macedonian and Ptolemaic classes are derived from G. Hölbl (2001), A heritage of the Ptolemaic Empire, London and manhattan. Dates and spellings may perhaps fluctuate in a few representation captions because of particular copyright regulations required through the object's establishment. Predynastic/Nagada I–III (ca. 4000–2950 BCE) Early Dynastic/Archaic interval (ca. 2950–2545 BCE) Dynasty 1 (ca. 2950–2730) Narmer ‘Aha Djer “Serpent” Den ‘Adj-ib/Anedjib Semer-khet Qa-‘a Dynasty 2 (ca. 2730–2590) Hetep-sekhemwy Ra‘-neb Ny-netjer Per-ibsen Sekhem-ib Sened Kha-sekhemwy Dynasty three (ca. 2592–2544) Djoser ca. 2592–2566 Sekhem-khet ca. 2565–2559 Kha‘ba ca. 2559–? Sanakht ? –? Nebka ? –? Huni ca. ? –2544 previous country (ca. 2543–2120) Dynasty four (ca. 2543–2436) Snofru ca. 2543–2510 Khufu (Cheops) ca. 2509–2483 Radjedef/Djedefre ca.

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