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Encyclopedia > Sixteenth dynasty of Egypt
Dynasties of Pharaohs
in Ancient Egypt
Protodynastic Period
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11th (Thebes only)
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Ptolemaic Roman Empire
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CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Egypt (18093 words)
In ancient Egypt the tuft of papyrus was the coat of arms or symbol of the Northern Kingdom.
This is in particular the case for the Seventh and Eighth dynasties (Memphites), the Ninth and Tenth (Heracleopolites), the Eleventh (Theban -- contemporary with the Tenth), the Thirteenth (Theban) and the Fourteenth (Xoite -- in part simultaneous), the Fifteenth, and the Sixteenth (Hyksos), and the Seventeenth Dynasty (Theban -- partly contemporary with the Sixteenth.
From Khafre, the second king of the fourth dynasty, to the end of the sixth dynasty, the name Re is a part of the name of almost every one of those kings, and the monuments show that during that period numerous temples were erected to the chief of the Heliopolitan Ennead in the neighbouring nomes.
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