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Egypt's second female Pharaoh was Sobeknefru. ..

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of the Thera eruption. The coregency of Queen Sobeknefru and Pharaoh Amenemhat. IV appears to have indeed been exceedingly short, as in less than a year.
Ancient Egyptian Kings List
Queen Sobeknefru (Sobekkara). 1777-1773. 13th Dynasty.
From Warrior Women to Female Pharaohs: Careers for Women in A...
Jan 8, 2007 The next woman to rule as king was Sobeknefru. (c.
The Order of Maat - Khemetic Religion (KMT) and the 98ยบ Nisut (AUS)
Sobekkara Merytra Sobekneferura Sobeknefru (female). SECOND INTERMEDIATE PERIOD. 66.
A Short History of Egypt Part II: The Middle Kingdom and the
Jan 27, 2009 The last ruler of the Twelfth Dynasty was a woman, Sobeknefru, probably the sister of the last and fourth Amenemhat.

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Yet female rulers remained rare: only Khent- Kaues, Sobeknefru and, possibly, Nitocris, preceded Hatshepsut. Pharaoh was an exclusively male title and in early Egypt there was no word for Queen regent. Hatshepsut slowly assumed the regalia and symbols ...

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Sobekneferu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Amenemhet IV - Queen Sobeknefru
Queen Sobeknefru
Queen Sobekneferu
Nomen: Sobeknefru. Burial place: Unknown, maybe Mazghuna? This Queen's name is sometimes written as Nefrusobek.
Egyptian Pharaohs : Middle Kingdom : Dynasty 12 : Sobeknefru

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