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When did king Menes unite upper and lower Egypt?
king menes united upper and lower Egypt in 3100 bc.
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The king was Mene. Menes is a legendary name like Minos of Crete. Archaeologists areuncertain of the exact identity of the single king who unifiedEgypt. The unification occurr…ed after the reign of Ka (also calledScorpion II) and was probably partly accomplished by Narmer andfinished by his son Hor-Aha who was succeeded by Pharoah Zer. Most likely Menes consists of both Narmer and Hor-Aha together.This was accomplished around about 3000 BCE.
Question? Menes established the capital of Lower Egypt at _______. Answer: Memphis
so he can have it for himself
he ate cake
he looked after every women
King Menes unified upper and lower egypt by leading his army north into lower egypt, wearing the double crown. And in case you need to know, he unified them in EXACTLY 3150 B.…C. NOT 3100 B.C. It's 3150 B.C. EXACT! It's in my social studies book.
King Menes united Upper and Lower Egypt in 3100 B.C.
King Menes. By combining the Two crowns.
It is common belief that Pharaoh Menes of the early dynastic period of Egypt is the one to have united upper and lower Egypt into one single Kingdom. But some believe that he …is confused with Pharaoh Narmer, who they believe in actuality was the one to credit for the unification. Also the first-dynasty Pharaoh, Hor-aha, is said to have done the deed.
Menes is the name of an ancient Egyptian pharoah of the early dynastic period who founded Dynasty I and united Upper and Lower Egypt. He is typically identified as the pre…-dynastic pharoah Narmer or the first dynasty pharoah Hor-Aha. Both Narmer and Hor-Aha are said to have united Egypt. According to English Egyptologist I.E.S. Edwards, Menes (which means "He who endures") could be "a mere descriptive epithet denoting a semi-legendary hero [...] whose name had been lost." This means that while Menes could have been a real pharoah, it's also possible, and likely, that it is the collective identity of several pre-dynastic pharoahs, including Narmer, as well as Hor-Aha.
In 3100 BC.