Ka (pharaoh)

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Ka, also Sekhem Ka,[1] was a predynastic pharaoh of Upper Egypt. He ruled over Abydos in the late 32nd or early 31st century BC and was buried at Umm el-Qa'ab. He most likely was the immediate successor to Iry-Hor and was succeeded by Narmer.[2] He is the earliest known Egyptian king with a serekh, inscribed on a number of artefacts.[3]

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  1. Michael Rice, Who's Who in Ancient Egypt, Routledge 1999, p.86
  2. Ian Shaw, The Oxford History of Ancient Egypt, p.71
  3. Toby A. H. Wilkinson, Early Dynastic Egypt, Routledge 1999, pp.57f.