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Hat Hor, also called Hat-Hor (actually Hor-hat), is a possible pharaoh or king of Dynasty 0 who ruled around the Naqada IIIb period.[1]

He is known only from two inscriptions: one inscription found in the eastern Nile Delta and a piece of pottery from Tura.[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ THE DYNASTY 0.
  2. ^ "Ancient Egypt - Dynasty 0". www.narmer.pl. Retrieved 2019-10-06.
  3. ^ W. M. Flinders Petrie: Tarkhan II (= Publications of the Egyptian Research Account and the British School of Archaeology in Egypt. 19th year 1913, Vol. 25, ZDB-ID 991516-3). School of Archaeology in Egypt u. a., London 1914, Taf. XXV, pl. XX, 1; XXX (74b)
  4. ^ Toby A. H. Wilkinson: Early Dynastic Egypt. 1999, S. 54.
  5. ^ Natale Barca, Prima delle piramidi, Ananke, ISBN 978-88-7325-359-4 page 295.