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Date of death31st century BC
Floruit 31st century BC
Country of citizenship
  • sovereign
Position held
Noble title
  • Benerib
  • Benerib
  • Khenthap
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Hor-Aha was the 2nd Pharaoh of the 1st dynasty of Ancient Egypt. He lived around the 31st century BC. There has been some controversy about Hor-Aha. Some believe him to be the same individual as the legendary Menes and that he was the one to unify all of Egypt. Others claim he was the son of Narmer, the pharaoh who unified Egypt.

Aha's wives were Benerib and Khenthap. With Khenthap, he had a son called Djer.


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