Διαφορά μεταξύ των αναθεωρήσεων του «Σεμερκέτ»

(Semerkher's mother)
 
==Reign==
Although the third century BCE Egyptian priest [[Manetho]] records that this king ruled Egypt for eighteen years, and the [[Turin Canon]] (where he is called '''Semsem''') gives him 72 years, these figures are considered less reliable than the 5th dynasty [[Palermo Stone]]. Toby Wilkinson, in his analysis of the Palermo Stone in ''Royal Annals of Ancient Egypt'', specifically notes that Cairo Fragment One [[Register (sculpture)|register]] III of this document gives: '''"Semerkhet 8 1/2 years (this figure is certain, since the entire reign is recorded [here]."'''<ref>Toby Wilkinson, Royal Annals of Ancient Egypt: The Palermo Stone and Its Associated Fragments, (Kegan Paul International), 2000. pp.78 & 258</ref>
: '''"Semerkhet 8 1/2 years (this figure is certain, since the entire reign is recorded [here]."'''<ref>Toby Wilkinson, Royal Annals of Ancient Egypt: The Palermo Stone and Its Associated Fragments, (Kegan Paul International), 2000. pp.78 & 258</ref>
Semerkhet's royal name, written in a [[serekh]], was also preserved in this section of the document--hence the nine-year reign can only belong to him. Wilkinson concludes that this king had a reign of 9 full or partial years.<ref>Wilkinson, ''Royal Annals'', op. cit., p.80</ref>
 
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