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Ancient Egypt
1. Introduction
2. People
3. Life styles
4. Culture
5. Education and Science
6. Society
7. Economy
8. Government
9. Cities and Villages
10. Language
11. Religion
12. Kings / periods
13. History
14. Map



























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2181-2160 BCE


Open map of Ancient EgyptAncient Egypt / First Intermediate Period /
8th Dynasty



Ibi's pyramid at South Saqqara, Egypt.
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8th Dynasty ruler Ibi's pyramid at South Saqqara, Egypt.

Kings
No data for reconstructing years of reign
Neferkare Pepiseneb
Neferkamin Anu
Qakare Ibi
Neferkaure 2
Neferkauhor
Neferirkare

Dynasty of Ancient Egypt 2181-2160 BCE, 21 years. It is defined as part of the First Intermediate Period.
Modern scholars disagree over whether there ever was such a thing as an 18th Dynasty. Among ancient historians its length is stated to have been either 100 or 146 years.
Qakare Ibi is a king here that is fairly well attested, although many classify him as a 7th Dynasty. He had a small, poorly built pyramid at South Saqqara.
The last ruler of this dynasty was overthrown by the rulers that came to form the 9th Dynasty, establishing a new capital at Henen-nesw (Herakloepolis).





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By Tore Kjeilen