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King Scorpion, 1st documented representation of a pharaoh: predynastic period, ca 3025 BC. He was found in the temple of Hierakonpolis. 'Scorpion King' is thought to be the oldest hieroglyph. Oxford Ashmolean Mus

Ramesses I, first king of Dynasty 19, was a military officer from the eastern Delta. He served as a general and vizier under Haremhab, last king of Dynasty 18, and was designated by him as his successor. Probably quite old when he became king, most of his monuments were finished by his son, Seti I.

Statue of King Khafre, ancient Egyptian king (pharaoh) of 4th dynasty during the Old Kingdom.

from Dinopedia


Spinosaurus may be the larges Theropod to ever stalk the Prehistoric Americas and believed to be even larger than T-Rex.

Sandstone statue of Queen Ahmose-Nefertari, daughter of King Kamose last king of the Seventeenth Dynasty; wife of King Ahmose

Paranthropus robustus Tribe by Jay H. Matternes

Egyptian King Khasekhem, Dynasty 2 --- by konde