Category:Mentuhotep II

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English: Nebhepetre Mentuhotep II (c. 2046 - 1995 BC (von Beckerath), or c. 2055 - 2004 BC (Shaw)) was a Pharaoh of the 11th dynasty, the son of Intef III of Egypt and a minor queen called Iah. His own wife was the 'king's mother' Tem. Other wives were Neferu (his sister) and five women buried in his funerary complex. His only known son was Mentuhotep III. The king changed his name several times during his reign, perhaps reflecting important political events. His throne name was Nebhepetre, and he was the first ruler of the Middle Kingdom of Egypt. The Turin Canon credits him with a reign of 51 years. More...
Français : Montouhotep II ou Mentouhotep II est un pharaon de la XIe dynastie. C'est lui qui achève la réunification du pays en menant plusieurs campagnes militaires durant les trente premières années de son règne. Pour en savoir plus...
Deutsch: Mentuhotep II. war ein altägyptischer König (Pharao) der 11. Dynastie (Mittleres Reich), der von um 2046 bis um 2010 v. Chr. regierte. Mehr...

Mentuhotep II 
Egyptian pharaoh
Date of birth 21st century BC
Date of death 2013 BC
Position held
  • pharaoh
  • Iah
Authority control
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