- As much as we love him, Tut only a comma in Egypt's long-running history
- If you're a big fan of Userkaf or Amenemhat III, well, get over it. Early Dynastic 3100-2686. Our review begins with a king called Narmer or a king named Menes — probably the same guy with two names.
- Natural History Museum in London confirmed the tool was genuine
- This image shows the Saqqara necropolis, including Djoser's Step Pyramid (pictured centre), the Pyramid of Unas (pictured left) and the Pyramid of Userkaf (right).
- Egypt's Widan Al-Faras: The world's oldest road all but forgotten
- Nevertheless, you would need to visit to Giza Pyramids if you want to understand the "final use" of the Widan Al-Faras basalt: the floor of the Khufu (Cheops) funerary temple is a good example, and so are the mortuary temples of Userkaf, Sahure and others.
- Statues of 5th dynasty top officials discovered in Abusir
- Abusir became a royal burial place during the reign of King Userkaf, founder of the fifth dynasty, who built a remarkable and unique solar temple. Some of his successors built their own burial and solar temples there.
Userkaf is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Userkaf books and related discussion.
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