The Old Kingdom

The Old Kingdom is the period when Egypt attained its first continuous peak of achievement. The royal capital of Egypt during was located at Memphis, where Djoser established his court. It is perhaps best known, for the large number of pyramids which were constructed at this time as pharaonic burial places. For this reason, the Old Kingdom is frequently referred to as "the Age of the Pyramids".

Dynasty III

# Pharaoh Alternate names Reign (BC)
1 Nebka Hen Nekht (not in use anymore)
2 Djoser Zezer, Zozer, Djeser 2592–2566
3 Sekhemkhet Djosertety, Djoserteti, Djoserty 2565–2559
4 Hudjefa II
5 Mesochris
6 Nebkara Nebkare
7 Neferkara Neferkare
8 Huni ?–2544

Dynasty IV

# Pharaoh Alternate names Reign (BC)
1 Sneferu Snefru, Snofru 2543–2510
2 Khufu Cheops 2509–2483
3 Radjedef Djedefra, Djedefre 2482–2475
4 Khafra Khafre, Chephren, Khefren 2472–2448
5 Menkaura Menkaure, Mykerinos, Mycerinus 2447–2442
6 Shepseskaf 2441–2436
7 Baufra Baefra, Baufre, Baka, Bicheris, Bikka 2474–2473
8 Thamphthis Djedefptah, Ptahdjedef
9 Hordjedef Djedefhor

Dynasty V

# Pharaoh Alternate names Reign (BC)
1 Userkaf 2435–2429
2 Sahura Sahure 2428–2416
3 Neferirkara I Kakai Nerferirkare I 2415–2405
4 Shepseskara Netjeruser Shepseskare
5 Neferefra Isi Neferefre, Raneferef 2403
6 Niuserra Ini Niuserre 2402–2374
7 Menkauhor Kaiu Horikau, Ikauhor 2373–2366
8 Djedkara Isesi Djedkare Isesi 2365–2322
9 Unas Wenis, Unis 2321–2306

Dynasty VI

# Pharaoh Alternate names Reign (BC)
1 Teti 2305–2279
2 Userkara Userkare, Woserkare
3 Pepi I Pepy I 2276–2228
4 Nemtiemsaf I Nemtyemsaf I, Merenre I 2227–2217
5 Pepi II Pepy II, Neferkare 2216–2153
6 Nemtiemsaf II Nemtyemsaf II, Merenre II 2152

 

With 2335 hieroglyphic names of the pharaohs
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