Ancient Egyptian Kings & Queens

ancient Egyptian kings queens

Ancient Egyptian Kings & Queens

A complete dynasty lists from the old kingdom to the last pharaoh of Egypt and detailed stories of some of the most famous rulers..

Pepi II and the Dwarf

Pepi II around 2250 BC

Woman Who Was King

Hatshepsut 1479 – 1457 BC

Napoleon of Ancient Egypt

Thutmose III 1479 – 1425 BC

The Amarna Period

Amenhotep III

Amenhotep III 1390 – 1352 BC


Akhenaten 1352 – 1336 BC

Tutankhamun the Boy King

Tutankhamun the Boy King 1336–1327 BC

Usr-Maat-Ra Setep-en-Ra

Rameses II 1279 – 1213 BC

Beloved of Ptah

Merenptah 1213 – 1203 BC
Son of Rameses II

Last great Pharaoh

Ramesses III 1187-56 BC

Cleopatra VII 51-30 (Philopator)


Egyptian Hieroglyphs


  • 1000 hieroglyphs, 400 Egyptian word examples, 500 hieroglyphs from the Gardiner list. (Windows) (iPad, Android and Blackberry)
  • The history of Egyptian writing and mathematics. (Windows) (iPad, Android and Blackberry)
  • Use different types of symbols to write names, secret messages print them onto paper. (Windows)
  • eMail secret messages to friends. (iPad, Android and Blackberry)
  • Recognize king’s names. (Windows) (iPad, Android and Blackberry)
  • Math calculator functions. (Windows) (iPad, Android and Blackberry)
  • Print functions for pages and the typewriter. (Windows)
  • The story of the scribe. (Windows) (iPad, Android and Blackberry)
  • Search text functions. (Windows)

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List of Egyptian Dynasties

Egyptian Dynasties Old Kingdom Egyptian Dynasties Middle Kingdom Egyptian Dynasties New Kingdom Egyptian DynastiesLate Period

Egyptian Crowns
& headdresses

Crowns and headdresses were mostly made of organic materials and have not survived but we know what they looked like from many pictures and statues. The best known crown is from Tutankhamun’s golden death mask.

This was called the Nemes crown (shown above) and was made of striped cloth. It was tied around the head, covered the neck and shoulders, and was knotted into a tail at the back.

The brow was decorated with the “uraeus,” a cobra and vulture.

The Double Crown - the White Crown represented Upper Egypt and the Red Crown, Lower Egypt (the area around the Nile Delta). Sometimes these crowns were worn together and called the Double Crown, and were the symbol of a united Egypt.

There was also a third crown, worn by the kings of the New Kingdom, called the Blue Crown or war helmet.

Name the Pharaoh

Name the Pharaoh

Math Worksheet Creator

The Egyptian Math Worksheet Creator is a teaching aid but is also for anyone who wants to have a bit of fun with mathematics Egyptian style.

There are drawing and text tools, a complete sets of numbers in Hieroglyphs and Hieratic, support images such as Egyptian Sudoku boards and you can import your own images and edited them.

It also comes with 20 templates and answer sheets for different age groups and an introduction to an unusual method of multiplication.
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