What are three details about narmer?
Narmer is the name of an ancient Egyptian pharaoh. Scholars disagree about his exact placement in the Early Dynastic Period, unsure of whether he is the first or third of the Pharaoh Kings of that era. Two tombs dedicated to him are located in Abydos. He was also married to a princess from lower Egypt named Neithhotep.
Narmer is thought to be the successor to the predynastic Scorpion, who might have been the king of Thinis -before it was destroyed and then rebuild by Narmer (i think that is what happened anyway)- and Narmer's father. Narmer is considered to be the founder of the first dynasty and therefore the first king of all Egypt. The people of Thinis called him 'the Golden One' but I do not know much this is only…
The site is perhaps best known as the home of the exquisite ceremonial Narmer Palette. Found buried in a cache of temple furniture, the palette had been commissioned by Narmer, the first king of Egypt's First Dynasty, who reigned at about 3100 B.C. The palette--so-called the first political document in history--shows Narmer subduing an enemy ruler.
Narmer was an Egyptian pharaoh who ruled in the 32nd century BC. The successor of Serket…. he is considered by some to be the founder of the very First dynasty. The well-known Narmer Palette, exposed in 1898 in Hierakonpolis, shows Narmer displaying the insignia of both Upper and Lower Egypt, giving rise to the theory that he unified the two kingdoms.