Sadeh


Sadeh
(fl. 2020 BC)
   Aminor wife of Mentuhotep IIof Dynasty 11. She was commemorated in a chapel and buried in a pit tomb at his funerary complex at Deir el-Bahri discovered during Henri Edouard Naville’s excavations at the site.
   See also Ashayet; Henhenet; Kawit; Kemsit; Myt; Nefru; Tem.
Historical Dictionary Of Ancient Egypt by Morris L. Bierbrier

Ancient Egypt. A Reference Guide. . 2011.

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  • SADEH, PINḤAS — (1929–1994), Israeli writer. Born in Lvov, Sadeh was taken to Palestine in 1934 and lived for a while in Tel Aviv. A radical individualist and autodidact, he then worked as a shepherd in the Jezreel valley, and later as a night watchman in… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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  • Sadeh, Yitzhak — (1890 1952)    Born in Lublin in Russian Poland, he served in the Russian army in World War I but settled in Palestine in 1920. He soon became active in the Hagana and in 1941 founded the Palmah and served as its commander until 1945. At the… …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

  • Sadeh, Pinhas — (b. 1929)    Israeli writer. He was born in Tel Aviv. He has written a wide variety of genres, including children s books, poetry and literary articles; he has also published an autobiog raphy and a novel …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

  • Sadeh, Yitzhak (Landsberg, Yitzhak) — (1890 1952)    Israeli labour and military leader. He was born in Lublin, Poland. He served in the Russian army, then in 1920 left for Palestine, where he became the head of Joseph Trumpeldor s Labour Battalion. In 1941 he organized the Palmah,… …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

  • Yitzhak Sadeh — „The Old Man“ (der alte Mann) Yitzhak Sadeh (hebräisch ‏יצחק שדה‎; * 1890 in Lublin, Polen; † 21. August 1952[1] in Tel Aviv) war ein israelischer General. Sadeh begann seine militärische Karriere …   Deutsch Wikipedia


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