When did the first dynasty in ancient Egypt begin?

Answer The first dynasty of ancient Egypt was approximately from 3000 to 2800 BC and founded by a king named Meni, or Menes in Greek. The first dynasty was the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt, making... Read More »

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When did hieroglyphic writing begin in ancient egypt?

According to The Ancient Egypt Online website, the use of hieroglyphics dates back to around 3000 B.C. However, very little is known about the invention and early use of the language. According to ... Read More »

What dynasty ruled the longest in ancient Egypt?

The 18th dynasty was the longest-ruling dynasty in Egypt, totaling 277 years. The 18th dynasty included some of the most famous pharaohs such as King Tut whose mummy was discovered in 1922, and Akh... Read More »

When was the first pottery discovered in ancient Egypt?

Egyptian pottery from the Predynastic period 3500-3400 BC is part of the first pottery discovered in ancient Egypt. It was excavated by Henri de Morgan in 1907 at the village of Ma'mariya.Source:A... Read More »

Who was the first Pharaoh of ancient Egypt?

The first Pharaoh of Egypt was Menes, according to the Egyptian Student Association at Colorado State University. Egypt crowned Menes as Pharaoh in 3,100 B.C. Menes went on to unify Upper and Lower... Read More »