Sihathor


Sihathor
(fl. 1730 BC)
   Apossible minor ruler of Dynasty 13. Son of the God’s father Haankhef and probably the lady Kemi. According to the Turin Royal Canon, he succeeded his brother, Neferhotep I, but his reign was brief, and he was followed by his brother, Sobekhotep IV. However, contemporary monuments only describe him as a royal prince, and he may have predeceased his elder brother and never reigned. The attribution of the throne name Menwadjre is dubious.
Historical Dictionary Of Ancient Egypt by Morris L. Bierbrier

Ancient Egypt. A Reference Guide. . 2011.

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