DYNASTY: New Kingdom

DYNASTY: New Kingdom
C. 1550–1069 BC
Eighteenth Dynasty c. 1550–1295 BC
Nebpehtyre Ahmose I 1550–1525 BC
Djeserkare Amenhotep I 1525–1504 BC
Aakheperkare Thutmose I 1504–1492 BC
Aakheperenre Thutmose II 1492–1479 BC
Maatkare Hatshepsut 1472–1458 BC
Menkheperre Thutmose III 1479–1425 BC
Aakheperure Amenhotep II 1425–1400 BC
Menkheperure Thutmose IV 1400–1390 BC
Nebmaatre Amenhotep III 1390–1352 BC
Neferkheperure waenre Amenhote
p IV (Akhenaten) 1352–1336 BC
Neferneferuaten Smenkhkare 1338–1336 BC
Nebkheperure Tutankhamun 1336–1327 BC
Kheperkheperure Ay 1327–1323 BC
Djeserkheperure Horemheb 1323–1295 BC
Nineteenth Dynasty c. 1295–1186 BC
Menpehtyre Ramesses I 1295–1294 BC
Menmaatre Sety I merenptah 1294–1279 BC
Usermaatre setepenre Ramesses
II meryamun 1279–1212 BC
Baenre meryamun Merenptah
hotephermaat 1212–1202 BC
Menmire setepenre Amenmesse/heka waset 1202–1199 BC
Userkheperure setepenre/ meryamun Sety II merenptah 1202–1196 BC
Sekhaenre meryamun Ramesses
Siptah, later Akhenre setepenre
Siptah merenptah 1196–1190 BC
Sitre meritamun Tewosret/ setepenmut 1190–1189
Twentieth Dynasty c. 1189–1069 BC
Userkhaure setepenre meryamun
Sethnakhte mereramun 1189–1184 BC
Usermaatre meryamun Ramesses
III heka iunu 1184–1153 BC
Usermaatre setepenamun, later
Hekamaatre setepenamun
Ramesses IV heka maat
meryamun 1153–1147 BC
Usermaatre sekheperenre
Ramesses VAmenherkhepeshef
meryamun 1147–1143 BC
Nebmaatre meryamun Ramesses
VI Amenherkhepeshef nejter
heka iunu 1143–1136 BC
Usermaatre setepenre meryamun
Ramesses VII Itamun netjer
heka iunu 1136–1129 BC
Usermaatre akhenamun Ramesses
VIII Sethherkhepeshef
meryamun 1129–1126 BC
Neferkare setepenre Ramesses IX
Khaemwaset meryamun 1126–1108 BC
Khepermaatre setepenre Ramesses
X Amenherkhepeshef meryamun 1108–1099 BC
Menmaatre setepenptah Ramesses
XI Khaemwaset mereramun
netjer heka iunu 1099–1069 BC

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