Kha-sekhemui
Chasechemui (eigentlich vollständig: Hor-cha-sechemui), war der Horusname des letzten altägyptischen Königs (Pharaos) der 2. Dynastie (Frühdynastische Zeit), der bis um 2740 v. Chr. regierte.
Die Reichseinigung von Ober- und Unterägypten unter Chasechemui nach einer Periode politischer Unruhen, die Ähnlichkeiten zu Narmer und Skorpion II. aufwies, legte erneut die Basis für eine über 500 Jahre währende stabile Periode des Alten Reichs. Die Regierungszeit des Chasechemui ist daher für die Ägyptologie von besonderem Interesse.

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Chasechemui – Wikipedia
R. A. El-Farag: A Stela of Khasekhemui from Abydos. In: Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo (MDAIK). 36, 1986, ISSN ...
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Khasekhemwy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
2686 BC; sometimes spelled Khasekhemui) was the final king of the Second dynasty of Egypt. Little is known of Khasekhemwy, other than that he led several ...
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Kha'sekhemui - Ancient Egypt
King c.2703 2686 BC. The similarity of the names Kha sekhemui and *Kha sekhem and their close association in the King Lists has led to the suggestion that ...
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Khasekhemui Statues from Hierakonpolis (Cairo and Oxford)
Click to see this image. Inscriptions on the statue bases of Khasekhem. Cairo Museum statue of Khasekhem. Khasekhem, Cairo, Khasekhem in Ashmolean ...
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Abydos, excavation of the tomb of king Khasekhemui, late 2nd ...
Abydos, excavation of the tomb of king Khasekhemui, late 2nd Dynasty, ca 2700 cent. BC. Abydos, excavation of the tomb of king Khasekhemui, late 2nd ...
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Khasekhemwy - Joan Lansberry
It has been suggested that Khasekhem is identical with Khasekhemui (the two ... Over the serekh in which Khasekhemui is written, however, the Seth-animal ...
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Khasekhemui - Personajes - ARTEHISTORIA V2
Comentario. Khasekhemui consolida la política de reconciliación nacional de su antecesor, Khasekhem, aunque algunos consideran que los dos nombres ...
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A Biographical Dictionary of Ancient Egypt - Google Books-Ergebnisseite
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Egypt of the Pharaohs: An Introduction - Google Books-Ergebnisseite
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Chaibit • 03.04. Commission des sciences et des arts • 01.04. Ernest Seymour ..... WLs: Kha-sekhemui · Chaset-charu Disk. Émile Gaston Chassinat Disk.
EGYPT- II. DYNASTIES II-IV - Cristo Raul
Khasekhemui, who carried the figure of Set above his divine name, as well as that ... of science, the “Imouthes” whom the Greeks identified with their Asclepius.
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... seems highly undesirable, in the interests of science and of Mr. Quibell's discoveries, ... The position of Kha-sekhemui is clearly shown, by the nature of the objects ... From his name being a simpler form than that of Kha-sekhemui, he is more ...
16 - Catastrophism: Man, Myth and Mayhem in Ancient History and ...
220 results ... Man, Myth & Mayhem in Ancient History and the Sciences ..... any archaeological authentication called themselves Kha-Sekhem and Kha-sekhemui, ...
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Get Information for Kha Sekhem, Profile Photos, Address History, Phone Numbers, ... relation of Kha'sekhem of Hieraconpolis to Peribsen on the one hand to Kha'sekhemui on . .... [ Ηγεμόνες Αιγύπτου - Science Wiki - el.science. wikia.com ] ...
Hierakonpolis Part I lip palette - Docstoc
2 Jul 2010 ... XXXVIII), and Kha-sekhemui him from writing the necessary text of his ... being as correct highly undesirable, in the interests of science and of in ...
Tarkhan I and Memphis V
remains at Tarkhan, of the ist dynasty and shortly before ... While the excavations at Tarkhan were going .... Kha-sekhemui ..... In no science is the result ofevery ...
Dynasties - History at Nok-Benin
Peribsen/Khasekhemui 2734-2707 B.C.E.. Bigger Image ... Djoser was the author of, The Sciences, Mathematics, Arts and Architecture. The Sciences; The art of ...
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A Biographical Dictionary of Ancient Egypt
A Biographical Dictionary of Ancient Egypt
Rosalie David
KHATTUSILIS Kha'sekhemui King c.2703–2686 BC. The similarity of the names Kha'sekhemui and *Kha'sekhem and their close association in the King Lists has led to the suggestion that they may have represented the same person and that ...
Die verschollene Pyramide
Die verschollene Pyramide
Stefan Eggers und Mohammed Zakaria Goneim von Books on Demand Gmbh, 2006
Spätestens seit der Entdeckung des Grabes von Tutanchamun, durch Howard Carter, ist es der Traum eines jeden Ägyptologen, ein verschlossenes und unausgeplündertes Grab zu finden. Mohammed Z. Goneim erlebte diesen Traum. Bei seinen Grabungsarbeiten südwestlich der Unas Pyramide in Sakkara, zwischen 1951 und 1955, entdeckte er die Pyramide des Sechem...
Kemet Rising
Kemet Rising
Derrick John Wiggins von AuthorHouse, 2009
Kemet, the black lands, where some call Egypt is shrouded in Jealousy and war.He who controls the Nile Delta controls the world. Everyone; enemies within and without, east, west, north and south try to manipulate the fruits of the Nile any way imaginable through combat or personal gain for fame. Menes, general of the great city Abu Simbel, now stru...
The Ancient History of the Near East from the Earliest Times to ...
The Ancient History of the Near East from the Earliest Times to ...
Apparently he altered his Horus-name to Kha-sekhemui (" Appearance of the Two Powers "),B added to his titulary the significant phrase, " He hath opened peace ... There is no doubt that Khasekhemui was a man of great energy and power.
Hierakonpolis: Part 1. Plates of Discoveries in 1898
Hierakonpolis: Part 1. Plates of Discoveries in 1898
J. E. Quibell von Adamant Media Corporation, 2001
This Elibron Classics book is a facsimile reprint of a 1900 edition by Bernard Quaritch, London.
Kemet Rising
Kemet Rising
Derrick John Wiggins
Kha' sekhemui had peace his entire rein. Menes murdered a great pharaoh!” “ Menes had to do what he had to do,” Shu said. “And that was pick up Kha' sekhemui's mess. If anything, Menes has made us stronger. He combined the two nations ...
Hierakonpolis
Hierakonpolis
Frederick Wastie Green, William Ma, James Edward Quibell von BiblioBazaar, 2009
This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this wo...
The Mummy: A Handbook of Egyptian Funerary Archaeology
The Mummy: A Handbook of Egyptian Funerary Archaeology
Sir Ernest A. Wallis Budge
His personal name was Besh.1 Some think that Kha-sekhem and Kha-sekhemui were two distinct kings, and that the former was Nefer-ka-Seker and the latter Hutchefa of the King-Lists. Others think that Kha-sekhem is the Tchatchai or Bebi of ...
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