List of Egyptians Pharaohs

List of Egyptians Pharaohs, The rulers of ancient Egypt:

c. 1725 BC – Sobekhotep IV
c. 1695-1685 BC – Ay
c. 1615-1595 BC – Nevbererau I
c. 1560 BC – Taa (Thebes); first engagement between Thebes and Hyksos kings (Apepi) occurred during his reign

c. 1555 BC - Apepi (Hyksos)
1555-1550 BC – Kamose (Theban)
1550-1525 BC – Ahmose
1525-1504 BC – Amenhotep I
1504-1492 BC – Thutmose I
1492-1479 NC – Thutmose II
1473-1458 BC – Queen Hatshepsut
1479-1425 BC – Thutmose III (some co-regency with Hatshepsut)
1427-1400 BC – Amenhotep II
1400-1390 BC – Thutmose IV
1390-1352 BC – Amenhotep III
1352-1336 BC – Amenhotep IV
1336-1327 BC – Tutankhamun
1327-1323 BC - Ay
1323-1295 BC – Horemheb
1295-1294 BC – Ramses I
1294-1279 BC – Sety I
1279-1213 BC – Ramesses II
1213-1203 BC – Merenptah
1200-1194 BC – Sety II (yes there is a gap)
1194-1188 BC – Saptah
1188-1186 BC – (queen) Tausret – Sety’s principal queen
1186-1184 BC – Sethnakht
1184-1153 BC – Ramesses III – last to send expeditions to Punt
1153-1147 BC – Ramesses IV
1147-1143 BC – Ramesses V
1143-1136 BC – Ramesses VI
1136-1129 BC – Ramesses VII
1129-1126 BC – Ramesses VIII
1126-1108 BC – Ramesses IX
1108-1099 BC – Ramesses X
1099-1069 BC – Ramesses XI
1069-1043 BC – Smendes – power base at new delta city of Tanis
1043-1039 BC - Amenemnisu
1039-991 BC – Psusennes I
984-978 BC – Osorkon the Elder (Libyan)
978-959 BC – Siamun
959-945 – Psusennes II
945-924 BC – Sheshonq I (Libyan)
924-889 BC – Osorkon I (Libyan)
874-850 BC – Osorkon II (“)
850-825 BC – Takelot II (“)
825-773 BC – Sheshonq III (“)
702-690 BC - Shabitqo
690-664 BC – Taharqo (Nubian)
664-656 BC – Tanutamani
664-610 BC – Psamtek I – reunified Egypt (I know there’s an overlap, I don’t know why)
610-595 BC – Nekau II
595-589 BC – Psamtek II
589-570 BC – Apries; revolt of mercenaries at Elephantine during this time
570-526 BC – Ahmose II
526-525 BC – Psamtek III
525-522 BC – Cambyses
522-486 BC – Darius
486-465 BC – Xerxes
424-405 BC – Darius II
405-359 BC – Artaxerxes II
393-380 BC – Hakor
380-362 BC – Nectanebo I
362-360 BC – Teos
360-343 BC – Nectanebo II
343-338 BC – Artaxerxes III
205-180 BC – Ptolemy V Epiphanes reign
1532-1528 BC – Ahmose’s conquest of Avaris
818-793 BC – Pedubastis I – first local ruler to call himself king
746-716 BC – Nubian ruler Piy launches military expedition into Egypt and takes over Thebes (in Aswan) and many towns and cities in northern Upper Egypt
727-720 BC – Tefnakt declares himself king and gains control of western delta and Memphis
672-664 BC – Assyrian records indicate rule of king Nekau I; killed by Nubian King Tanutamani in 664 BC
c. 574-570 BC – Apries makes good use of Egyptian fleet in strategically well-conceived series of campaigns moved to Cyprus and Phoenicia
c. 510-497 BC – Darius completes construction of canal that runs from Pelusiac branch of the Nile thru Adi Tumilat to the Bitter Lakes and the Red Sea 343-342 BC – Artaxerxes III and Persians invade and conquer Egypt’s Nectanebo II (who has 20,000 mercenaries). See ancient egypt List of King's Cartouches

King Khufu

King Thutmose III

King Tut

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