Menes

The identity of Menes is the subject of ongoing debate, although mainstream Egyptological consensus identifies Menes with the protodynastic pharaoh Narmer{Sfn | Edwards | 1971 | p = 13}{Sfn | Lloyd | 1994 | p = 7}{Sfn | Cervelló-Autuori | 2003 | p = 174} (most likely) or first dynasty Hor-Aha.{Sfn | Seidlmayer | 2010} Both pharaohs are credited w...
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Menes

(lived c. 3050 BC) Traditionally, the first king (pharaoh) of the first dynasty of ancient Egypt. He is said to have founded Memphis and organized worship of the gods. ...
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Menes

first king of unified Egypt, who, according to tradition, joined Upper and Lower Egypt in a single, centralized monarchy. Manetho, a 3rd-century- ... [7 related articles]
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Menes

Menes (mē'nēz) , fl. 3200 B.C., king of ancient Egypt, of the first dynasty, the first Egyptian ruler for whom there are historical records. According to tradition, he seems to have united the southern and northern kingdoms and to have settled on a new capital, later known as Memphis...
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