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Who is Hor-Aha?
Hor-Aha is considered the second pharaoh of the First Dynasty of ancient Egypt in current Egyptology. He lived around the thirty-first century BC and is thought to have had a long reign.
- also known as Horus Aha
- child of Neithhotep
- nationality: Egypt
- religion: Ancient Egyptian religion
- parent of Djer
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by Richard A. Lobban Jr.
AHA, HOR-AHA, KING. Egyptian King Aha of the 1st Dynasty (Archaic/Early Dynastic period) may have initiated a campaign in Lower Nubia (q.v.) as a part of the early unification of the Nile River. This is based on a possible interpretation of an ...
by George Hart
It seems a plausible suggestion therefore that an early ruler of the first dynasty, Hor-Aha, founded a temple to Neith at Sais, possessing the political foresight to placate the defeated northemers by a gesture Location Mid-Delta to Busiris S.E. ...
by Robert Morkot
HOR-AHA (reigned c. 3080 Bc). Pharaoh of the ...
The Atlantis Encyclopedia (2005)
by Frank Joseph
as implied by Pharaoh “Horus,” perhaps King Hor-aha, the first monarch of Dynastic Egypt, who reigned before 3000 B.C. Also known as Dionysus ...
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