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  • 1Chancellor Bay — on the door jamb of the Amada temple, Nubia, shown adoring the cartouche of Siptah Chancellor Bay (died 1192 BC) was an important Asiatic official in ancient Egypt, who rose to prominence and high office under Seti II Userkheperure Setepenre and… …

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  • 2Setnakhte — Pharaoh Infobox | Name=Setnakhte| ImageSize=200 Caption=Year 4 stela of Setnakhte Alt=Also written Setnakht NomenHiero= N5 C12 C7 D40:N36 r:r Nomen= Setnakht Meryamunra Seth Is Victorious; Beloved Of Amon Re [… …

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  • 3Moischi — Peter Anton von Verschaffelt: Statue des Moses von Michelangelo in San Pietro in Vincoli (1737). Mose (hebräisch: מֹשֶׁה‎, Mōšæ; griechisch: Μωυσῆς …

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  • 4Mose — Peter Anton von Verschaffelt: Statue des Moses von Michelangelo in San Pietro in Vincoli (1737). Mose(s) (hebräisch ‏מֹשֶׁה‎ Mōšæ; griechisch Μωυσῆς …

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  • 5Musa (Prophet) — Peter Anton von Verschaffelt: Statue des Moses von Michelangelo in San Pietro in Vincoli (1737). Mose (hebräisch: מֹשֶׁה‎, Mōšæ; griechisch: Μωυσῆς …

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  • 6Административное деление Латвии — Края и республиканские города Латвии Латвия в административном отношении разделен …

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  • 7Chancellor — This article is about the position in government. For other uses, see Chancellor (disambiguation). This series is part of the Politics series Executive branch Head of state Dictator Monarch President Government Head of g …

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  • 8List of Egypt-related articles — Articles (arranged alphabetically) related to Egypt include:0 9First dynasty of Egypt 1st through 31st Thirty first dynasty of EgyptAAaru Ababda Abbas I of Egypt Abbas II of Egypt Abbasid Fifi Abdou Pope Abraham of Alexandria Abu Gorab Abu Hafs… …

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  • 9List of ancient Egyptians — NOTOC This is a list of ancient Egyptian people who have articles on Wikipedia.A*Ahhotep, queen (17th dynasty) *Ahmose, princess (17th dynasty) *Ahmose, queen (18th dynasty) *Ahmose, prince and high priest (18th dynasty) *Ahmose, son of Ebana,… …

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  • 10Twosret — Pharaoh Infobox | Name=Twosret| Alt= Tausret, Tawosret Caption=Twosret playing the sistrum at Amada Temple, Nubia NomenHiero= t:A wsr C12 t:stp:n Nomen= Tausret (setepenmut) Mighty Lady, (chosen of Mut) [Peter Clayton, Chronicle of the Pharaohs,… …

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  • 11Osarseph — (also spelled Osarsiph) is a legendary figure of Ancient Egypt who has been equated with Moses. His story was recounted by the Ptolemaic Egyptian historian Manetho in his Aigyptiaca (first half of the 3rd century BC); Manetho s work is lost, but… …

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  • 12List of modern Egypt-related topics — This page aims to list articles on Wikipedia that are related to Modern Egypt. This is so that those interested in the subject can monitor changes to the pages by clicking on Related changes in the sidebar.The list is not necessarily complete or… …

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  • 13Ngirsu — (cuneiform:?; Sumerian:Ĝirsu; Akkadian: ? ) is modern Tell Telloh, Dhi Qar Governorate, Iraq, and it was a city of ancient Sumer, situated some 25 km northwest of Lagash. Because of the initial nasal velar unicode|, the transcription of Ĝirsu is… …

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  • 14Ngirsu — Coordenadas: 31°37′N 46°9′E / 31.617, 46.15 Girsu o Ngirsu está en el actual Tel Telloh Tello , en la provincia de Dhi Qar, Irak, y fue una ciudad de la …

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  • 15Municipalidad de Koknese — Municipalidad de Kokneses Kokneses novads Municipalidad de Letonia …

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  • 16Lanza sumeria de Lugal — Imagen de la lanza con la inscripción del príncipe de Kish expuesta en el Museo del Louvre …

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  • 17New Chronology (Rohl) — Not to be confused with New Chronology (Fomenko). New Chronology is the term used to describe an alternative Chronology of the ancient Near East developed by English Egyptologist David Rohl and other researchers[1] beginning with A Test of Time:… …

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  • 18Girsu — Coordinates: 31°37′N 46°9′E / 31.617°N 46.15°E / 31.617; 46.15 Girsu (cuneiform:?; Sumerian:Ĝirsu; Akkadian:?) …

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  • 19Portal:Ancient Near East/Resources —   The Ancient Near East Portal Shortcut: ANE resources …

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  • 20Кокнесский край — Kokneses novads …

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