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

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

The Scorpion King - the first documented representation of a pharaoh. Pre-dynastic period (c. 3025 BC). - He was discovered in the temple of Hierakonpolis. * The Scorpion King (the name of the animal represented close to your face) can be digging the foundations of a temple. Scorpion King is the oldest hieroglyph. Oxford Ashmolean Museum.

Found in the tomb at Hierakonopolis of king Narmer and Ra, a Pre-dynasty king who facilitated the unification of Egypt.

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