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Bibliographies of Ancient Egypt: general overview 
XII dynasty the middle kingdom of Egypt, the XII dynasty, the height of the Middle Kingdom, is one of the classic periods of Egyptian history
Ancient Egyptian people
Chronology of new kingdom and Post-Imperial Egypt
Chronology of the Pharaohs
Chronology of the Pharaohs
Egyptian chronology: dynasties
Egyptian Gods
Egyptian kings, governors and other rulers
Encyclopedia of the rulers of Egypt
Famous pharaohs
Great queens of Egypt
Index of Egyptian history I Dynasty ... Ptolemies ("XXXII" Dynasty)
Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt
Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt
Portraits of King and Queens of Egypt
The queens of Egypt
Timeline of ancient Egypt view over 170 pharaohs from Narmer (3,000 BC) to Cleopatra (30 BC), all in chronological order, along with other notable events during their reign
Who's who of Egypt
People of Ancient Egypt 
Akhet-Aten the Eighteenth Dynasty of Ancient Egypt was a prosperous time for the state.  The "Amarna Period", this most famous of periods of Ancient Egyptian history, was directed by Akhenaten, a Pharaoh likely second only in fame to Tutankhamun, his son-in-law
Cleopatra: the last Pharaoh of Egypt
Hatshepsut queen Hatshepsut ruled Egypt from ca. 1503 to 1480 B.C. In contrast to the warlike temper of her dynasty, she devoted herself to administration and the encouragement of commerce
Hatshepsut: the queen who would be king, The story of Hatshepsut
Hatshepsut - the woman King
Het-Hert the domain of Het-Hert (Hathor), the Name of Netjer who personifies Beauty, Love, and Motherhood.  She is one of the most beloved Deities of all of Kemet, having been worshipped since at least the beginning of its recorded history, and Her temples and shrines, some of which are still standing today, are among the loveliest in the world, ...
Hypatia of Alexandria Hypatia of Alexandria
Imhotep Imhotep was a poet, an architect and physician-priest. He wrote many medical and didactic texts. He is best known, however, as the chief architect of the step pyramid at Saqqara (third dynasty)
King Osorkon II
King Sheshonq I
King Tutankhamen
King Tut: the boy pharaoh
King Zoser king Zoser lived in the third dynasty which lasted from 2686 BC to 2613 BC
Merenre I
Nefertiti: the bust of Nefertete
Pharaoh Akhenaten the pharaoh Akhenaten was known as the Heretic King. He was the tenth King of the 18th dynasty
Pharaoh Maatkare Hatshepsut
Ramses 2
Ramses II
Ramses II: Egyptologists stumble upon huge Ramses II statue
Ramesses XI
Scorpion King by Marie Parsons
Sethy 1st, or use Sethy 1st
Snefru Snefru was the first king of the 4th dynasty (2613 - 2589 BC). He ruled for an estimated 24 years
Ti Ameny Net Ti Ameny Net was buried in a tomb in the sands of Egypt some time during the Egyptian pharaonic twenty-second dynasty between the years 950 and 730 B.C.
Treasures of Tutankhamun
Toutankhamon Toutankhamon - 18e dynastie - 1350 av. J.-C
Tutankhamen King Tutankhamen was the son - or perhaps the son-in-law - of Akhnaton. He was the 12th king of the 18th Dynasty. (1336-1327 B.C.)
Tutankhamen, pharaoh of Egypt
Toetanchamon grafschilderingen, in Dutch
Tutankhamun: anatomy of an excavation the complete records of Howard Carter's excavation of the tomb of Tutankhamun
Tutankhamen's shrine II
Who killed Tut?

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