C. 3100–2686 BC
First Dynasty c. 3100–2890 BC
Narmer c. 3100 BC
Aha c. 3080 BC
Djer c. 3050 BC
Djet c. 3000 BC
Den c. 2985 BC
Anedjib c. 2935 BC
Semerkhet c. 2925 BC
Qaa c. 2915 BC
Second Dynasty c. 2890–2686 BC
Hotepsekhkemwy c. 2890 BC
Raneb c. 2850 BC
Nynetjer c. 2810 BC
Peribsen c. 2760 BC
Khasekhem (Khasekhemwy) c. 2710 BC
Old Kingdom C. 2686–2181 BC
Third Dynasty c. 2686–2617 BC
Netjerkhet Djoser 2686–2667 BC
Sekhemkhet 2667–2648 BC
Khaba 2648–2640 BC
Sanakhte Nebka 2640–2638 BC
Huni 2638–2615 BC
Fourth Dynasty c. 2615–2494 BC
Snefru 2615–2592 BC
Khufu (Cheops) 2592–2566 BC
Radjedef 2566–2558 BC
Khafre (Chephren) 2558–2532 BC
Menkaure (Mycerinus) 2532–2503 BC
Shepseskaf 2503–2498 BC
Fifth Dynasty c. 2494–2345 BC
Userkaf 2494–2487 BC
Sahure 2487–2475 BC
Neferirkare Kakai 2475–2455 BC
Shepseskare 2455–2448 BC
Raneferef Isi 2448–2445 BC
Niuserre 2445–2421 BC
Menkauhor 2421–2414 BC
Djedkare Isesi 2414–2375 BC
Unas 2375–2345 BC
Sixth Dynasty c. 2345–2181 BC
Teti 2345–2323 BC
Userkare 2323–2321 BC
Meryre Pepy I 2321–2287 BC
Merenre Nemtyemsaf I 2287–2278 BC
Neferkare Pepy II 2278–2184 BC
Merenre Nemtyemsaf II 2184–2183 BC
Nitocris 2183–2181 BC

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