Contents of the Royal Canon of Turin

Every row of the hieratic include a hieroglyphic transcription, transliteration and English translation. Where appropriate, the king lists of Manetho, the ancient Greek historians, as well as the Canons of Abydos, Saqqara, and Karnak are referenced.

Methodology
The plates of Lepsius were used to create a detailed facsimile of the entire papyrus roll. Further reconstructions and restorations indicated by the research of modern scholars were then incorporated, moving fragments, and correcting writing as specified. The hieratic were then compared to the indispensable Hieratische Paläographie, sign-by-sign, and finally transcribed to hieroglyphs. Due to the nature of facsimiles being copied by hand, some minor inaccuracies can be expected to have slipped by Lepsius unnoticed. While not perfect, the facsimile has the benefit that it is also a sort of time capsule, preserving the writing as it were almost 200 years ago.
The distinction between rnp.t (years) (rnpt, year) and HA.t-sp (regnal years) (ḥꜢt-sp, regnal year) is sometimes lost due to the cursive nature of hieratic. Several variants occur throughout the king list, but the simple "year" is assumed to be the intended format, even though is is reasonable clear that the literatim writing in many cases is "regnal year".

Two common formulas are found throughout the king list:

Kingship (length of reign)
Royal Canon of Turin: kingship formula
He acted as king...
ir.n=f m nswyt
Age formula (age at death)
Royal Canon of Turin: lifetime formula
His lifetime...
ꜤḥꜢ=f m Ꜥnḫ

Instead of writing the same text over and over (i.e. the formulas) out for every king, the ancient scribes used a horizontal line or small dot as a ditto mark for the repeating text. Additionally, the symmetry made the text easier to read at a glance, and more pleasing to the eye. Ditto marks were also used for the "month" ligature month (Ꜣbd) and also for "day" day (hrw).

Signs that are lost but can be inferred and restored with a good degree of certainty are presented as slightly greyed out, while lost or unreadable text is indicated by three dots.

Quick reference key
ditto mark Implied repeating text (ditto marks) is represented in blue.
missing Missing signs that can be restored is represented in grey.
Red Signs written with red ink is represented in red.
... Signs that are lost or unreadable is represented by 3 dots.



For general information about the papyrus, please see The Royal Canon of Turin page.


 

Column 1

25 rows — Gods.

An introduction (that is lost in lacuna) detailing the content and perhaps the purpose of the king list, including the date and perhaps even the name of the scribe. This is followed by the nine gods of the Great Ennead (1.12-20), and the summation (1.21-24).

 
Column 1.1
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Column 1.9
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Column 1.10
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Column 1.11
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Column 1.12
 Papyrus is lost
This row is lost in lacuna
The first of the nine gods of the Ennead would have been recorded here.
Column 1.13
Royal Canon of Turin 1.13 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 1.13 (hieroglyphics)

DivinityUncertain/Unknown
GardinerI 13Fragment11 + 151
The second of the nine gods of the Ennead would have been recorded here.
Column 1.14
Royal Canon of Turin 1.14 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 1.14 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Geb reigned ... 13
nsw-bit gb ꜤḥꜤ ... 13

DivinityGeb
GardinerI 14Fragment11 + 151
A simple comparison between Möller No. 217 and 221 make it clear that the bird sign G38 (gb) is the correct reading, as read by Farina,1 despite Gardiner reading it as G41.2 Only the lower part of the ten-sign at the end is evident, meaning the number could be a 10, 20 or 30.
1.   Farina 1938: 16 (I 14)
2.   Gardiner 1959: 16 (I 14 a)
Column 1.15
Royal Canon of Turin 1.15 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 1.15 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Osiris ...
nsw-bit wsir

DivinityOsiris
GardinerI 15Fragment11 + 151
The first sign of Osiris Osiris hieroglyphics name, Q1, is normally written in hieratic with two vertical lines, and not as seen here with a bent second stroke. Gardiner read the sign as U40, but that sign is not present in Möller. Furthermore, there is no mythological being that begin with the U40-sign, so it is reasonably certain that the sign should be read as Q1, as read by Farina.1
1.   Farina 1938: 16 (I 15)
Column 1.16
Royal Canon of Turin 1.16 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 1.16 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Set ... 200 + x years
nsw-bit stẖ ... rnp.t 200

DivinitySet
GardinerI 16Fragment11
The hundred sign at the end seems to be a 200 in Lepsius and Wilkinson, but Gardiner only noted that it is a hundred sign.1
1.   Gardiner 1959: 15 (I 16 b)
Column 1.17
Royal Canon of Turin 1.17 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 1.17 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Horus gods 300 years
nsw-bit ḥr-nṯrw-rnpt 300

DivinityHorus
GardinerI 17Fragment11
There does not appear to be a cartouche close, likely due to a mistake by the scribe.
Column 1.18
Royal Canon of Turin 1.18 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 1.18 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Djehuty (Thoth), life, prosperity, and health 7726 years
nsw-bit ḏḥwty Ꜥnḫ wḏꜢ snb rnpt 7726

DivinityThoth
GardinerI 18Fragment11
The thousands number is clearly 7000,1 and not 3000 as incorrectly read by Farina.2
1.   Möller, Hieratische Paläographie II, No. 647 vs 643.
2.   Farina 1938: 16 (I 18)
Column 1.19
Royal Canon of Turin 1.19 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 1.19 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Maat ... 700 (+x) years
nsw-bit mꜢꜤ.t rnpt 700 (+x)

DivinityMaat
GardinerI 19Fragment11
The cobra-sign (a determinative for a goddess) is an anomaly not usually seen in Maat's name. The number could perhaps be part of a 700-sign, which is the only hieratic number that looks similar to the traces. The cartouche close is missing.
Column 1.20
Royal Canon of Turin 1.20 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 1.20 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Haroeris...
nsw- bit ḥr-wr ...

DivinityHor...
GardinerI 20Fragment11 + 12
There are traces of the bee and the cartouche open, followed by the Horus falcon, the rest is lost, but likely held the name of Horus the Elder, Haroeris, the patron of the pharaohs.
Column 1.21
Royal Canon of Turin 1.21 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 1.21 (hieroglyphics)

Total: x kings their years...
dmḏ nswyt x rnpt s[n]

 Summation 
GardinerI 21Fragment11 + 12
The total sign (dmḏ) in red ink make it clear this row contained a summation. Fragment 12 consist of two parts that were wrongly placed by Seyffarth, the leftmost part was repositioned according to matching fibres by Ibscher/Farina to 1.24-25.1 Seeing it in context, it is likely that lines 1.21-24 is one long summation, as can also be seen in 5.14-17. The entire summation would read roughly as:  "Total: their years x, a total of 9 kings reigned from King Ra to King Haroeris, x years, y months, z days and a lacuna of x years. Total: ?7718 years".2
1.   Gardiner 1959: 15 (I 24 a)
2.   Helck 1992: 152ff, 216
Column 1.22
Royal Canon of Turin 1.22 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 1.22 (hieroglyphics)

Total: 9 kings ...
dmḏ ... 9

 Summation 
GardinerI 22Fragment11 + 12
Summation continued from (1.21). The reading of the first trace as dmḏ by Farina1 is not entirely certain, but there seem to be no possible alternative, as noted by Gardiner.2 The number nine is significant, because it is the number of deities comprising the various Enneads.
1.   Farina 1938: 17 (I 22). Farina used S23 instead of the correct Y1 sign in his king list. Both read as dmḏ, but Y1 is the correct hieratic sign.
2.   Gardiner 1959: 15 (I 22 a)
Column 1.23
Royal Canon of Turin 1.23 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 1.23 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Haroeris ...
nsw-bit ḥr wr ...

 Summation 
GardinerI 23Fragment11 + 12
Summation continued from (1.22). A second king starting with the Horus falcon, the rest of the text is lost. This name is the same as recorded in 1.20, but here possibly part of the summation, in a similar format as seen in 5.14-17. The position of the nsw-bit at the beginning of the row is coincidental.
Column 1.24
Royal Canon of Turin 1.24 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 1.24 (hieroglyphics)

... 7718 years
... rnpt 7718

 Summation 
GardinerI 24Fragment11 + 12
Summation continued from (1.23), recording only numbers.
Column 1.25
Royal Canon of Turin 1.25 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 1.25 (hieroglyphics)

 Heading/Summation? 
GardinerI 25Fragment12
The scant traces make it impossible to say if this row contained yet another summation, a name of a king, or a heading.
 

Column 2

26 rows — Gods and other divine beings.

Fragments with the names of gods, demigods, and sacred animals.

 
Column 2.1
Royal Canon of Turin 2.1 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 2.1 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Ibis(?) ...
nsw-bit hꜢb ...

DivinityIbis
GardinerIX 17Fragment41
The reading of this name is very difficult due to the badly damaged signs, though the name seems to belong to a group of sacred animals, and not a deity as such.1 2 Written on a patch.
1.   Gardiner 1959: 17 (Frgts. 41, 42)
2.   Ryholt 1997: 25
Column 2.2
Royal Canon of Turin 2.2 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 2.2 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Aped ...
nsw-bit Ꜣpd ...

DivinityThe Bird/Goose(?)
GardinerIX 18Fragment41
The name here seems to belong to a group of sacred animals, and not a deity as such.1 2 Written on a patch.
1.   Gardiner 1959: 17 (Frgts. 41, 42)
2.   Ryholt 1997: 25
Column 2.3
Royal Canon of Turin 2.3 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 2.3 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Hepu ...
nsw-bit ḥpw ...

DivinityApis
GardinerIX 19Fragment41
The name here seems to belong to a group of sacred animals, and not a deity as such.1 2 Written on a patch.
1.   Gardiner 1959: 17 (Frgts. 41, 42)
2.   Ryholt 1997: 25
Column 2.4
Royal Canon of Turin 2.4 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 2.4 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Shemsu ...
nsw-bit šmsw ir.n ...

DivinityShemsu
GardinerIX 20Fragment89 + 41
Written on a patch, Shemsu translates to "the follower".1 2
1.   Ryholt 1997: 25
2.   Gardiner 1957: 595
Column 2.5
Royal Canon of Turin 2.5 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 2.5 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Meni ...
nsw-bit mni ...

DivinityMeni
GardinerIX 21Fragment89 + 41 + 42
The tiny traces on fr. 42 cannot be conclusively interpreted.
Column 2.6
Royal Canon of Turin 2.6 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 2.6 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Werqa ...
nsw-bit wr-ḳꜢ ...

DivinityWerqa
GardinerIX 22Fragment89 + 41 + 42
The name is written on a patch, and translate to "great-of-height".1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 25
Column 2.7
Royal Canon of Turin 2.7 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 2.7 (hieroglyphics)

DivinityUncertain/Unknown
GardinerIX 23Fragment41 + 42
Only a tiny trace of the top of a sign remain.
Column 2.8
Royal Canon of Turin 2.8 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 2.8 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Af...
nsw-bit if ...

DivinityUncertain/Unknown
GardinerX 1Fragment150
Only the first sign remain, and below the row what is possibly the tail of sign I9 (f).
Column 2.9
Royal Canon of Turin 2.9 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 2.9 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Seth ...
nsw-bit stẖ ...

DivinitySeth
GardinerX 2Fragment150
Column 2.10
Royal Canon of Turin 2.10 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 2.10 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King "The doctor" ...
nsw-bit swnw ...

DivinityThoth
GardinerX 3Fragment150
This is not a name per se, but rather description of Thoth.1
1.   Ryholt 2004: 139
Column 2.11
Royal Canon of Turin 2.11 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 2.11 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Horus ...
nsw-bit ḥrw ...

DivinityHorus
GardinerX 4Fragment150
Column 2.12
 Papyrus is lost
This row is lost in lacuna
Column 2.13
Royal Canon of Turin 2.13 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 2.13 (hieroglyphics)

DivinityUncertain/Unknown
GardinerX 6Fragment152
Column 2.14
Royal Canon of Turin 2.14 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 2.14 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King "does not thirst" ...
nsw-bit n ib ...

DivinityUncertain/Unknown
GardinerX 7Fragment152
The name is read as "... does not thirst" or "... never thirsts."1
1.   Ryholt 2004: 139
Column 2.15
Royal Canon of Turin 2.15 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 2.15 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

DivinityUncertain/Unknown
GardinerX 8Fragment151 + 152
The hieratic signs are unintelligible.1 Farina's transliteration, Farina transkliteration Nesensebk sew...2 is very uncertain. The sbk-sign seem likely, but the other signs make no sense.3
1.   Gardiner 1959: 17 (X 8 a)
2.   Farina 1938: 52 (X 9)
3.   Ryholt 2004: 139
Column 2.16
Royal Canon of Turin 2.16 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 2.16 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Pensetensepet ...
nsw-bit pns.t n spt ...

DivinityUncertain/Unknown
GardinerX 9Fragment151 + 152
The transcription of the name by Farina1 was translated as clod of the shore by Beckerath.2
1.   Farina 1938: 52 (X 10)
2.   Beckerath 1999: 112 n. 1
Column 2.17
Royal Canon of Turin 2.17 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 2.17 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Her-hemut-shepsesut
nsw-bit ẖr-ḥm.wt-šps.w[t]

DivinityUncertain/Unknown
GardinerX 10Fragment151
The probably made up name translates to "possessor of noble women".1
1.   Ryholt 2004: 139
Column 2.18
Royal Canon of Turin 2.18 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 2.18 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Khu-hemut-shepsesut
nsw-bit ḫw-ḥm.wt-šps.wt?

DivinityUncertain/Unknown
GardinerX 11Fragment151
The probably made up name translates to "protector of [noble?] women".1
1.   Ryholt 2004: 139
Column 2.19
 Papyrus is lost
This row is lost in lacuna
Column 2.20
 Papyrus is lost
This row is lost in lacuna
Column 2.21
Royal Canon of Turin 2.21 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 2.21 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

DivinityUncertain/Unknown
GardinerX 24Fragment22 + ?
Only traces remain making the reading very uncertain.
Column 2.22
Royal Canon of Turin 2.22 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 2.22 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Sokar ...
nsw-bit skr ...

DivinitySokar
GardinerX 25Fragment22 + ?
Column 2.23
Royal Canon of Turin 2.23 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 2.23 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King, Iaret x years ...
nsw-bit Ꜥrt ... rnpt ...

DivinityIaret (Uraeus)
GardinerX 26Fragment22 + ?
The name recorded here is probably the first signs of Uraeus (iart).1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 24
Column 2.24
 Papyrus is lost
This row is lost in lacuna
Column 2.25
 Papyrus is lost
This row is lost in lacuna
Column 2.26
 Papyrus is lost
This row is lost in lacuna
 

Column 3

25 rows — 14 kings.

Twenty-five rows, the first nine describe spirits; the king list starts with a heading on the tenth row. This column is extra wide to accomodate the lifetime of the kings.

 
Column 3.1
Royal Canon of Turin 3.1 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 3.1 (hieroglyphics)

... 20, their years 1110, their lifetime …
... 20 rnpt sn 1110 ꜤḥꜤw s...

DivinityUncertain/Unknown
GardinerII 1Fragment1
A town was probably named at the start of the text, indicated by the town sign (O49).1
1.   Gardiner 1959: 15 (II 1 a)
Column 3.2
Royal Canon of Turin 3.2 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 3.2 (hieroglyphics)

Spirits ... 10, their reigns … xxx7 years, x their lifetime ...
Ꜣḫw ... 10 ir.n f m nswyt sn ... rnpt xxx7 ꜤḥꜤw ...

DivinityUncertain/Unknown
GardinerII 2Fragment3 + 1 + 1* + 2
Helck1 added fr. 2 and the top of fr. 1 removed by Gardiner2 to the right of fr. 1.
1.   Helck 1992: 160f.
2.   Gardiner 1959: 17
Column 3.3
Royal Canon of Turin 3.3 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 3.3 (hieroglyphics)

Spirits ... their years 330, their lifetime 1000 (+x) ...
Ꜣḫw ... sn 330 ꜤḥꜤw 1000 (+ x) ...

DivinityUncertain/Unknown
GardinerII 3Fragment3 + 1 + 1* + 2
Written on a patch, only small traces of the ink remain of the initial S29-sign, the signs prior are lost. Helck1 added fr. 2 and the top of fr. 1 removed by Gardiner2 to the right of fr. 1.
1.   Helck 1992: 160f.
2.   Gardiner 1959: 17
Column 3.4
Royal Canon of Turin 3.4 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 3.4 (hieroglyphics)

Total: ... 10, their reigns, their life: 1000 (+x) ...
dmḏ ... 10 nswyt sn rnpt sn m Ꜥnḫ rnp.t 1000 (+x) ...

DivinityUncertain/Unknown
GardinerII 4Fragment3 + 1
The tiny red trace at the bottom of fr. 3 is only present in Lepsius,1 but not even commented on by Farina or Gardiner. Only the lower part of the ten-sign is preserved, meaning the number is either a 10, 20 or 30, or less likely 70 as suggested by Helck.2
Restoration
Helck 1992: 161

Hieroglyphic restoration of 3.4 Royal Canon of Turin by Helck 1992: 161

Total: Spirits 70, their years, their lifetime: 1000 (+x)
Ꜣḫw 70 nswyt sn rnp.t sn m Ꜥnḫ rnpt 1000 (+ x) ...
1.   Lepsius, Auswahl, plate 3
2.   Helck 1992: 161
Column 3.5
Royal Canon of Turin 3.5 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 3.5 (hieroglyphics)

... those of Hunut(?) 19, 11 years, 4 months, 22 days
... ḥw-wnwt 19 rnpt 11 Ꜣbdw 4 hrw 22

DivinityUncertain/Unknown
GardinerII 5Fragment1
The suggested placename1 is not certain, but the wall sign (O36, inb) suggest some sort of walled town.2
1.   Helck 1992: 161
2.   Farina 1938: 18 translated it as "Le Cinte" (the Belt?)
Column 3.6
Royal Canon of Turin 3.6 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 3.6 (hieroglyphics)

The union of 19 spirits of (Thinis?)... 2341(+x) years …
... imy smꜢ 19 rnpt 2341(+x)

DivinityUncertain/Unknown
GardinerII 6Fragment1
The small traces remaining of the last two digits of the number make it questionable.1 The hieratic N5 (rꜤ) is very similar to O49 (niwt) which could indicate the name of a town, perhaps Thinis.2 The individual words imy and smꜣ translate to "who are in" and "union".
Restoration
Helck 1992: 161

Hieroglyphic restoration of 3.6 Royal Canon of Turin by Helck 1992: 161

19 Followers of Horus who are in Thinis, 2341 (+ x) years their lifetime ...
šmsw ḥr imy smꜢ rnpt 2341 (+ x) ....
1.   Gardiner 1959: 15 (II 6 c)
2.   Helck 1992: 161
Column 3.7
Royal Canon of Turin 3.7 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 3.7 (hieroglyphics)

... the father, 7 women, their Years and lifetime, 100 (+x)
... ḥr it st.w 7 rnpt sn ꜤḥꜤ sn 100 (+x)

DivinityUncertain/Unknown
GardinerII 7Fragment1
Restoration
Helck 1992: 161

Hieroglyphic restoration of 3.7 Royal Canon of Turin by Helck 1992: 161

Princesses representing the father, 7 women, their years and lifetime, 100 (+x)
nswt zꜢ.t wḥmw ḥr it st.w 7 rnpt sn ꜤḥꜤ sn 100 (+x)
Column 3.8
Royal Canon of Turin 3.8 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 3.8 (hieroglyphics)

... of the spirits and the followers of Horus, 13420 (+ x) years
... ḫw šmsw-ḥr rnpt 13420 + x

DivinityUncertain/Unknown
GardinerII 8Fragment1
Followers of Horus.1
Restoration
Helck 1992: 161

Hieroglyphic restoration of 3.8 Royal Canon of Turin by Helck 1992: 161

Reign of Spirits and Followers of Horus 13420 years
nswyt Ꜣḫw šmsw-ḥr rnpt 13420
1.   Sethe 1905: 3ff.
Column 3.9
Royal Canon of Turin 3.9 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 3.9 (hieroglyphics)

their lifetime to the followers of Horus: 23200 (+ x) years

DivinityUncertain/Unknown
GardinerII 9Fragment1
The traces of the year and two ten-thousand signs are very probable.1 Followers of Horus.2
Restoration
Helck 1992: 161

Hieroglyphic restoration of 3.9 Royal Canon of Turin by Helck 1992: 161

their lifetime until the Followers of Horus, 23200 years
ꜤhꜤ sn nfryt(?) r šmsw-ḥr rnpt 23200 (+ x)
1.   Gardiner 1959: 15 (II 9 a)
2.   Sethe 1905: 3ff.
Column 3.10
Royal Canon of Turin 3.10 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 3.10 (hieroglyphics)

Kings of the house of (?) The Dual King, Meni, Life, Prosperity, and Health
nswyw pr? nsw-bit mni Ꜥnḫ-ḏꜢ-snb ...

 Heading 
GardinerII 10Fragment1
The first heading serves as an introduction of the kings of dynasties one though ten. As there are no other headings until 6/11, it is clear that the ancient Egyptians themselves did not divide this period into ten different dynasties, as per the writings of Manetho. There are summations at 4/26, 5/14–17, and, 6/10, making this the heading for dynasties 1-10.
Column 3.11
Royal Canon of Turin 3.11 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 3.11 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Meni, life, prosperity and health, he acted as king for ...
nsw-bit mni Ꜥnḫ-ḏꜢ-snb ir.n ...

KingNarmer (1st king)DynastyI (1)
GardinerII 11Fragment1
The first king of the First Dynasty was most likely the archaeologically attested Narmer, who likely united the Two Lands.1 At the time of the New Kingdom, and possibly much earlier, his name seems to have been lost or forgotten, and instead Meni (Menes in Greek) were named as the king who united the Two Lands, whough there are no archaeological finds of a such a king. It cannot be ruled out that Meni was the personal name of Narmer.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 1mniMeni
Africanus: I (1)ΜηνηςMēnēs (62 years)
Eusebius: I (1)ΜηνηςMēnēs (60 years)
Eratosthenes: 1ΜηνηςMēnēs
1.   Heagy, Thomas C. (2014), "Who was Menes?", Archeo-Nil 24 (2014): 59–92.
Column 3.12
Royal Canon of Turin 3.12 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 3.12 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Ity ...
nsw-bit ity ...

KingAha (2nd king)DynastyI (2)
GardinerII 12Fragment1
Only the first two signs are readable, while the position of the t-sign leave room for another sign below where the papyrus breaks off, it is lost. It is possible that the lacuna would have held another t, like the corresponding entry in the Abydos Canon, Teti (tti), albeit with the order of the signs reversed. Farina hesitantly transcribed the lost sign as an y (Z4),1 however Gardiner left it out altogether.2
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 2ttiTeti
Africanus: I (2)AθωθιςAthōthis (57 years)
Eusebius: I (2)AθωθιςAthōthis (27 years)
Eratosthenes: 2AθωθηςAthōthēs
1.   Farina 1938: 22
2.   Gardiner 1959: pl. 1
Column 3.13
Royal Canon of Turin 3.13 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 3.13 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingDjer (3rd king)DynastyI (3)
GardinerII 13Fragment1
Only traces of the divine determinative and the cartouche close remain, the name itself is completely lost. According to the archaeological record, this position would have held the name of king Djer.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 3ittiIteti
Africanus: I (3)ΚενκενηςKenkenēs (31 years)
Eusebius: I (3)ΚενκενηςKenkenēs (39 years)
Eratosthenes: 3AθωθηςAthōthēs
Column 3.14
Royal Canon of Turin 3.14 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 3.14 (hieroglyphics)

... 10 +x months 28 days ...
... 10 hrw 28 ...

GardinerII 14Fragment20 + 1
The curved line is a sort of bracket around a line that intrude on the next column,1 the numbers on the fragment belongs to a god or demi-god in the previous column. This can also be seen in 5.16, 6.15, and 8.3. The trace before the month-sign is likely a 10.2 There are no traces of any other writing on this line, suggesting it was intentionally left blank.3 Perhaps it should be excluded from column 3 in the future, as suggested years ago.4
1.   Gardiner 1959: 15 (II 14 a)
2.   id. Plate 1.
3.   Ryholt 1997: 30.
4.   Beckerath 1995: 225f.
Column 3.15
Royal Canon of Turin 3.15 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 3.15 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Ity ...
nsw-bit ... ittiw ...

KingDjet (4th king)DynastyI (4)
GardinerII 15Fragment20 + 1
The bird sign G4 (tiw) is not to be confused with G1 (),1 as it was on the Abydos Canon. This sign appears nowhere else in the king-list.2
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 4itꜢIta
Africanus: I (4)ΟυενεφηςOuenephēs (23 years)
Eusebius: I (4)ΟυενεφηςOuenephēs (42 years)
1.   Möller, Hieratische Paläographie II, No. 191 and 192.
2.   Gardiner 1959: 15 (II 15 a)
Column 3.16
Royal Canon of Turin 3.16 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 3.16 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Qenty ...
nsw-bit ḳnty ...

KingDen (5th king)DynastyI (5)
GardinerII 16Fragment20 + 30
In hieratic the sign Aa8 (Aa8, ḳn) could stand for not only itself but also certain other signs.1 Furthermore, it is visually similar and easily confused with N24 (N24, spꜢt) or N25 (N25, ḫꜢst).2 This caused confusion in modern transcriptions, as well as in actual hieroglyphic texts, like the Abydos Canon where the scribe read Aa8 as N24. The name Khasty is attested to king Den,3 and usually read as Khasty (ḫꜢsty), but might also be read as Semty (smty).4
Restoration
Alternative transcription

Hieroglyphic restoration of 3.16 Royal Canon of Turin by Alternative transcription

Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 5spꜢtySepati
Africanus: I (5)ΟυσαφαιδοςOusaphaidos (20 years)
Eusebius: I (5)ΟυσαφαηςOusaphaēs (20 years)
1.   Gardiner 1957: 541
2.   Möller, Hieratische Paläographie II, compare No. 322 to No. 604, and possibly also No. 366 (S29)
3.   Petrie, Royal Tombs, I, plate V (8-9, 11-12)
4.   Gardiner 1957: 541
Column 3.17
Royal Canon of Turin 3.17 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 3.17 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Merigeregepen ... 74 years ...
nsw-bit mr-grg-pn ... rnpt 74 ...

KingAdjib (6th king)DynastyI (6)
GardinerII 17Fragment20 + 30
The archaic W10 (W10, bꜢ)1 was misread by the scibe as U17 (U17, grg),2 and further misinterpreted as N41 (N41, biꜢ) in the Abydos Canon, and R7 (R7, bꜢ) in the Saqqara Canon.3 The number of years is certain.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 6mry-biꜢ-pMerybiap
Saqqara Canon 58mry-bꜢ-pnMerybapen
Africanus: I (6)ΜιεβιδοςMiebidos (26 years)
Eusebius: I (6)NιεβαηςNiebaēs (26 years)
Eratosthenes: 4Διαβιης Diabiēs
1.   Gardiner 1959: 15 (II 17 a)
2.   Möller, Hieratische Paläographie II, No. 467
3.   Helck 1992: 163
Column 3.18
Royal Canon of Turin 3.18 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 3.18 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Semsem ... 72 years ...
nsw-bit smsm ... rnpt 72 ...

KingSemerkhet (7th king)DynastyI (7)
GardinerII 18Fragment20 + 21 + 30
A contemporary ivory label of Semerkhet,1 show an archaic figure of a man with a walking stick. The sign is similar to, but not identical to Gardiner sign A19 (smsw). In the Canon, this it is written out with unilateral signs as smsm.2
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 7smswSemsu
Africanus: I (7)ΣεμεμψηςSemempsēs (18 years)
Eusebius: I (7)ΣεμεμψηςSemempsēs (18 years)
Eratosthenes: 5ΠεμφωςPemphōs
1.   Ivory jar-label, British Museum EA32668.
2.   Helck 1992: 163
Column 3.19
Royal Canon of Turin 3.19 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 3.19 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Qebeh ... 63 years ...
nsw-bit bḥ ... rnpt 63

KingQaa (8th king)DynastyI (8)
GardinerII 19Fragment20 + 21 + 30
The starting cartouche, and perhaps a sign or two are lost. The number of years is certain.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 8ḳbḥQebeh
Saqqara Canon 57ḳbḥwQebehu
Africanus: I (8)ΒιηνεχηςBiēnekhēs (26 years)
Eusebius: I (8)ΟυβιενθηςOubienthēs (26 years)
Column 3.20
Royal Canon of Turin 3.20 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 3.20 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Baunetjer ... 95 years ...
nsw-bit ... bꜢ.w-nṯr ... rnpt 95 ...

KingHotepsekhemwy (9th king)DynastyII (1)
GardinerII 20Fragment20 + 21 + 30
The ink on fr. 21 is faded, making the signs hard to read, but the sign is probably G30 (storks) followed by a determinative. The numbers are certain.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 9bḏꜤwBedjau
Saqqara Canon 56nṯr-bꜢwNetjerbau
Giza king listbḏꜢ-tꜢwBedjatau
Africanus: II (1)ΒοηθοςBoēthos (38 years)
Eusebius: II (1)ΒωχοςBōkhos
Column 3.21
Royal Canon of Turin 3.21 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 3.21 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Kakau ...
nsw-bit kꜢkꜤ.w ...

KingNebra (10th king)DynastyII (2)
GardinerII 21Fragment20 + 21 + 30
The ink on fr. 21 is faded; the broken sign is likely a w, or less likely a wt1 The scribe omitted the number at the end.2
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 10kꜢ-kꜢwKakau
Saqqara Canon 55kꜢ-kꜢwKakau
Africanus: II (2)ΚαιεχωςKaiekhōs (39 years)
Eusebius: II (2)ΧωοςKhōos
1.   cf. Möller, Hieratische Paläographie II, No. 200 and V; Gardiner 1959: 15 (II 21 a)
2.   Gardiner 1959: 15 (II 21 b).
Column 3.22
Royal Canon of Turin 3.22 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 3.22 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Baunetjer ... 95 years ...
nsw-bit bꜢ.w-nṯr ... rnpt 95 ...

KingNinetjer (11th king)DynastyII (3)
GardinerII 22Fragment20 + 21 + 30
Only the last signs of the name remains, but the numbers are certain.1
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 11bꜢ-nṯrBaunetjer
Saqqara Canon 54bꜢ-nṯrwBanetjeru
Africanus: II (3)ΒινωθριςBinōthris (47 years)
Eusebius: II (3)ΒιοφιςBiophis
1.   Lepsius, Auswahl, pl. III.; cf.Gardiner 1959: 15 (II 22 a-b)
Column 3.23
Royal Canon of Turin 3.23 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 3.23 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Wadjnes ... 70 years ...
nsw-bit ...-s ... rnpt 70 ...

KingWadjenes (12th king)DynastyII (4)
GardinerII 23Fragment21 + 30
Only the trace of what could be a (S29) s-sign remain of the name and fits well with the last s-sign of the Abydos Canon.1 The 70-sign is certain.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 12wꜢḏnsWadjenes
Saqqara Canon 53wꜢḏ-l-sWadjlas
Africanus: II (4)ΤλαςTlas (17 years)
1.   Gardiner 1959: 15 (II 23 a)
Column 3.24
Royal Canon of Turin 3.24 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 3.24 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Senedj ... 54 years ...
nsw-bit snḏ ... rnpt 54 ...

KingSenedj (13th king)DynastyII (5)
GardinerII 24Fragment19 + 30
The number is probably 54, not 74 since the trace of the tens are so close to the four strokes.1
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 13sndiSendi
Saqqara Canon 52snḏSenedj
Africanus: II (5)ΣεθενηςSethenēs (41 years)
1.   Gardiner 1959: 15 (II 24 a); cf. Möller, Hieratische Paläographie II, No. 627 (50-sign) vs. No. 629 (70-sign)
Column 3.25
Royal Canon of Turin 3.25 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 3.25 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Aaka ... 70 years ...
nsw-bit ꜤꜢ-kꜢ ... rnpt 70 ...

KingSneferka (14th king)DynastyII (6)
GardinerII 25Fragment19 + 30
The writing is clearly ꜤꜢ-kꜢ, with the opening cartouche omitted. The ꜤꜢ-sign is obviously a mistake for nfr, which resemble each other in hieratic.1 The Saqqara Canon (no.51) correctly reads the name as nfr-kꜢ-rꜤ. The New Kingdom scribes "corrected" the name Seneferka into Neferkara by exchanging the initial s with the recognizable honorific rꜤ. This was a common practice that made sense to the scribes, as can be noted several times in the king lists.2
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 19nfr-kꜢ-rꜤNeferkara
Saqqara Canon 51nfr-kꜢ-rꜤNeferkara
Africanus: II (6)ΧαιρηςKhairēs (17 years)
1.   Ryholt 2008: 163-4, note 15; For the signs, see Möller, Hieratische Paläographie II, No. 363 vs. No. 180.
2.   Ryholt 2008: 166ff.
 

Column 4

26 rows — 25 kings.

Twenty-six continuous rows with the full or partial names of fourteen kings. At the bottom, there is a summation of dynasties I–V. The fragments in this column must be adjusted so that the written text is in alignment with the other columns. Older reconstructions fail to make certain that the text of column 4 start at the same vertical position as the other columns. The column is extra wide to accomodate the lifetime of the kings.

 
Column 4.1
Royal Canon of Turin 4.1 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 4.1 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Neferkasokar 8 years 3 months x days his lifetime 10
nsw-bit nfr-kꜢ-skr rnpt 8 Ꜣbdw 3 hrw x ... 10

KingNeferkasokar (15th king)DynastyII (7)
GardinerIII 1Fragment18
Only the lower part of the ten-sign at the end is evident, meaning the number could be a 10, 20 or 30.1 The name is unlikely to be historical, but whether it is fictious, or a false etymology of an unidentifiable name remain unknown.2
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Saqqara Canon 50nfr-kꜢ-skrNeferkasokar
Africanus: II (7)NεφερχερηςNepherkherēs (25 years)
1.   Gardiner 1959: 15 (III 1 c)
2.   Ryholt 2004: 151
Column 4.2
Royal Canon of Turin 4.2 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 4.2 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Hudjefa, 11 years, 8 months, 4 days, his lifetime 34 years ... 10+x days
nsw-bit ḥw-ḏfꜢ rnpt 11 Ꜣbdw 8 hrw 4 ꜤḥꜤ-f-m-Ꜥnḫ rnpt 34 Ꜣbdw x, hrw 10+x

KingHudjefa I (16th king)DynastyII (8)
GardinerIII 2Fragment18 (+50?)
Hudjefa is a pseudonym of an illegible or damaged name.1 2 The upper part of the first ten-sign is missing, it uncertain if the sign was 10, 20, (or less probable 30.)3 The last number is clearly 34 years. A badly damaged Hudjefa also appears in the Saqqara Canon between Neferkasokar and Khasekhemwy. Gardiner's unplaced fr. 50 contain the only remaining patch,4 and placing it at the end of column 4 make sense, in the right position where a patch is missing between fr. 18 and fr. 59.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Saqqara Canon 49ḥw-ḏfꜢHudjefa
Africanus: II (8)ΣεσωχριςSesōkhris (48 years)
Eusebius: II (8)ΣεσωχριςSesōkhris (48 years)
1.   Goedicke, "King ḥwḏfꜢ", JEA 42 (1956): 50–53
2.   Helck 1956: 14ff.
3.   Gardiner 1959: 15 (III 2 c)
4.   Gardiner 1959: 18
Column 4.3
Royal Canon of Turin 4.3 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 4.3 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Bebti ... 27 years, 2 months, 1 day, his lifetime 40 years ... 7 days
nsw-bit bbti ... rnpt 27, Ꜣbdw 2 hrw 1 ꜤhꜤ=f m Ꜥnḫ rnpt 40 ... hrw 7

KingKhasekhemwy (17th king)DynastyII (9)
GardinerIII 3Fragment18 (+50?)
The New Kingdom scribes interpreted an unknown name of Khasekhemwy from their sources differently, causing divergent names being used in the canons. The complete age numbers are lost as the papyrus break off. Gardiner's unplaced fr. 50 contain the only remaining patch,1 and placing it at the end of column 4 make sense, in the right position where a patch is missing between fr. 18 and fr. 59.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 14ḏꜢ-ḏꜢ-yDjadjay
Saqqara Canon 48bbtyBebety
Africanus: II (9)ΧενερηςKhenerēs (30 years)
Eusebius: II (9)ΧενερηςKhenerēs (30 years)
1.   Gardiner 1959: 18
Column 4.4
Royal Canon of Turin 4.4 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 4.4 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Nebka ... 19 years ... his lifetime ...
nsw-bit nb-kꜢ ... rnpt 19 ... ꜤḥꜤ f m Ꜥnḫ ...

KingNebka (18th king)DynastyIII (1)
GardinerIII 4Fragment18 + 32 (+50?)
Gardiner saw a clear trace of a one after the kꜢ-sign,1 which is absent in the facsimiles of Lepsius and Wilkinson. The ditto marks for lifetime seem to indicate that none existed, or perhaps it was simply a mistake by the scribe.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 15nb-kꜢNebka
Saqqara Canon 45nb-kꜢ-rꜤNebkara
Africanus: III (1)NεχεροφηςNekherophēs (28 years)
Eusebius: III (1)ΝεχερωχιςNekherōkhis
1.   Gardiner 1959: 15 (III 4 a)
Column 4.5
Royal Canon of Turin 4.5 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 4.5 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Djoserit, he acted as king for 19 years 1 month, his lifetime ...
nsw-bit ḏsr-it ir-n-f m-nsy.t rnpt 19 Ꜣbd 1 ꜤḥꜤ=f-m-Ꜥnḫ ...

KingDjoser (19th king)DynastyIII (2)
GardinerIII 5Fragment18 + 32 (+50?)
The name is certain with just one possible sign lost above the t. This is the only example in the king list where a title is written in red ink, likely due to the excellent reputation of Djoser in later times. Gardiner's unplaced fr. 50 contain the only remaining patch,1 and placing it at the end of column 4 make sense, in the right position where a patch is missing between fr. 18 and fr. 59.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 16ḏsr-sꜢDjosersa
Saqqara Canon 47ḏsrDjoser
Africanus: III (2)TοσορθροςTosorthros (29 years)
Eusebius: III (2)ΣεσορθοςSesorthos
1.   Gardiner 1959: 18
Column 4.6
Royal Canon of Turin 4.6 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 4.6 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Djoserti, he acted as king for 6 years x months ...
nsw-bit ḏsr-ti ir.n f m nswyt rnpt 6 Ꜣbdw ...

KingSekhemkhet (20th king)DynastyIII (3)
GardinerIII 6Fragment18 + 136 + 32
The absence of the rnpt ligature seems to indicate that the ditto mark stand for the entire length of reign formula, plus the year.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 17ttiTeti
Saqqara Canon 46ḏsr-ttiDjoserteti
Africanus: III (3)TυρειςTyreis (7 years)
Column 4.7
Royal Canon of Turin 4.7 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 4.7 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Hudjefa, 6 years x months ...
nsw-bit ḥw-ḏfꜢ rnpt 6 Ꜣbdw ...

KingHudjefa II (21st king)DynastyIII (4)
GardinerIII 7Fragment136 + 32 + 18
The first vertical stroke is likely a partial I10-sign (),1 but curiously there is no trace of the G1-sign ().2 The likely name would be Hudjefa, a pseudonym replacing an illegible or damaged name. The name Sedjes in the Acydos Canon derive from sḏsy, ‘it is damaged,’ just as ḥw-ḏfꜢ.3 The six years was assigned as the length of reign was damaged in a vorlage to the Canon. The meaning of the ditto mark(?) at the end is a curiosity.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 18sḏsSedjes
1.   Möller, Hieratische Paläographie II, No. 250
2.   Gardiner 1959: 16 (III 7 b)
3.   Helck 1956: 14-15
Column 4.8
Royal Canon of Turin 4.8 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 4.8 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Huni, life, prosperity and health, 24 years, the one who has built Seshem ...
nsw-bit ḥwni ... Ꜥnḫ-wḏꜢ-snb rnpt 24 pꜢ-ḳd-sšm ...

KingHuni (22nd king)DynastyIII (5)
GardinerIII 8Fragment136 + 31 + 32 + 17 + 18
The sublinear sign on fr. 17 could be a I9-sign (f).1 The G17-sign (m) as seen by Gardiner does not seem to be present at the end of fr. 18.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Saqqara Canon 44ḥwniHuni
Palermo Stoneḥw-nswtHunisut
1.   Gardiner 1959: 16 (III 8 a); Möller, Hieratische Paläographie II,, No. 263
Column 4.9
Royal Canon of Turin 4.9 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 4.9 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Snofer(u), 24 years ...
nsw-bit snfr rnpt 24 ...

KingSneferu (23rd king)DynastyIV (1)
GardinerIII 9Fragment31 + 32 + 17
The opening cartouche is missing. A possible trace of the quail chick sign (G43, w) is visible on fr. 32.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 20s-nfr-wSneferu
Karnak Canon 2s-nfr-wSneferu
Saqqara Canon 43s-nfr-wSneferu
Africanus: IV (1)ΣωριςSōris (29 years)
Column 4.10
Royal Canon of Turin 4.10 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 4.10 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... 23 years ...
nsw-bit ... rnpt 23 ...

KingKhufu (24th king)DynastyIV (2)
GardinerIII 10Fragment32
The name is entirely lost, only a number of years remain. Khufu was the successor of his father Sneferu, which is known from contemporary records, and also seen in the canons of Abydos and Saqqara.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 21ḫfwKhufu
Saqqara Canon 42ḫwfwKhufu
Africanus: IV (2)ΣουφιςSouphis (63 years)
Eusebius: IV (3)ΣουφιςSouphis
Eratosthenes: 15ΣαωφιςSaōphis (29 years)
Herodotus: 124.1ΧεοπαKheopa
Column 4.11
Royal Canon of Turin 4.11 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 4.11 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ..., 8 years ...
nsw-bit ... rnpt 8 ...

KingRadjedef (25th king)DynastyIV (3)
GardinerIII 11Fragment32
The name is entirely lost, only a couple number of years remain. Radjedef succeeded his father Khufu, and his name is found in the Abydos and Saqqara Canons, albeit with slightly varying names. This clearly indicate that his name would have been found here. Significantly, there is no ten-sign after the year-sign, indicating that he only reigned for eight years.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 22ḏd.f-rꜤRadjedef
Saqqara Canon 41ḏd.f-rꜤRadjedef
Africanus: IV (5)ΡατοισηςRhatoisēs (25 years)
Eratosthenes: 13ΡαυωσιςRhayōsis (13 years)
Column 4.12
Royal Canon of Turin 4.12 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 4.12 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Kha... x years
nsw-bit ... ḫꜤ ... rnpt x

KingKhafra (26th king)DynastyIV (4)
GardinerIII 12Fragment33 + 32
The trace of a N28-sign (ḫꜤ) must belong to Khafra, as he was the only Fourth Dynasty king using that sign in his name. The trace of a possible G43-sign (w),1 would explain its presence in the Saqqara Canon. No numbers are preserved.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 23ḫꜤ.f-rꜤKhafra
Saqqara Canon 40ḫꜤ.w-f-rꜤKhaufra
Africanus: IV (3)ΣουφιςSouphis (66 years)
Herodotus: 127.1ΧεφρηναKhephrēna
1.   Möller, Hieratische Paläographie II, No. 200
Column 4.13
Royal Canon of Turin 4.13 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 4.13 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... years
nsw-bit ... rnpt ...

KingBaufra (27th king)DynastyIV (5)
GardinerIII 13Fragment33 + 32
The name of the fifth king of the dynasty is lost. It is probable that records from the Old Kingdom were lost over time, resulting in a tradition based on historical facts, but altered for cultic or political reasons. However, as can be seen in many places in the Canon, kings were not supressed for being unpopular or ephemeral, while the cultic records omitted undesirable ancestors.1 The tradition of the pyramid builders overshadowed the ‘lesser’ kings of the dynasty, which over time, were simply lumped together at the end of the dynasty. According to Manetho, the sixth and eight kings were Bikheres,2 and Thamphthis, both otherwise completely unknown and unattested.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Africanus: IV (6)BιχερηςBikherēs (22 years)
Eratosthenes: 14ΒιυρηςBiurēs (10 years)
1.   For example, the removal of Hatshepsut from all inscribed New Kingdom cultic king lists.
2.   Possibly the Hellenised rendering of ba-ka-ra. See Ryholt 1997: , 18.
Column 4.14
Royal Canon of Turin 4.14 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 4.14 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... 28 years
nsw-bit ... rnpt 28

KingMenkaura (28th king)DynastyIV (6)
GardinerIII 14Fragment33 + 32 + 34 + 38
Only the bottom part of the ten-sign is visible, meaning the number of years could be 18, 28, or even 38.1 With a minimum reign of 18 years, the lost name would most likely have belonged to Menkaura, who had his pyramid built at Giza.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 24mn-kꜢw-rꜤMenkaura
Africanus: IV (4)MενχερηςMenkherēs (63 years)
Eratosthenes: 17ΜοσχερωςMoskherēs (31 years)
Herodotus: 129.1ΜυκερινονMykerinon
1.   Möller, Hieratische Paläographie II, No. 623-25; Gardiner 1959: 16 (III 14 b)
Column 4.15
Royal Canon of Turin 4.15 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 4.15 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... 4 years ...
nsw-bit ... rnpt 4 ...

KingShepseskaf (29th king)DynastyIV (7)
GardinerIII 15Fragment34 + 38
The name is lost, only traces of the closing cartouche remains. Shepseskaf succeeded Menkaura, and is known to only have ruled for a few years, which would seem to fit well with the 4 years recorded here. The traces on fr. 38 were omitted by Gardiner and only commented as being blank.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 25šps-kꜢ.fShepseskaf
Africanus: IV (7)ΣεβερχερηςSeberkherēs (7 years)
Column 4.16
Royal Canon of Turin 4.16 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 4.16 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... 2 years
nsw-bit ... rnpt 2

KingThamphthis (30th king)DynastyIV (8)
GardinerIII 16Fragment34 + 38
The name is lost, only the record of a two-year reign remain. The tradition of the pyramid builders overshadowed the "lesser" kings of the dynasty, which over time, were simply lumped together at the end of the dynasty. In this position, Manetho record Thamphthis,1 a king that is otherwise completely unattested. The Abydos Canon does not record a king between Shepseskaf (25) and Userkaf (26.)
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Africanus: IV (8)ΘαμφθιςThamphthis (9 years)
1.   Possibly the Hellenised rendering of Djedefptah (ḏd.f-ptḥ). See Ryholt 1997: , 17f.
Column 4.17
Royal Canon of Turin 4.17 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 4.17 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...ka..., 7 years ...
nsw-bit ...-kꜢ-... rnpt 7 ...

KingUserkaf (31st king)DynastyV (1)
GardinerIII 17Fragment34
At the end of the cartouche, there are traces a D28-sign (kꜢ), and below that possibly a minute part of an I9-sign (f).
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 26wsr-kꜢ.fUserkaf
Saqqara Canon 34wsr-kꜢ.fUserkaf
Africanus: V (1)ΟυσερχερηςOuserkherēs (28 years)
Column 4.18
Royal Canon of Turin 4.18 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 4.18 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... 12 years
nsw-bit ... rnpt 12

KingSahura (32nd king)DynastyV (2)
GardinerIII 18Fragment34
The name is lost, and only the record of 12 years remains. Sahura was the son of Userkaf, and is attested on the Abydos and Saqqara Canons as his successor.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 27sꜢḥw-rꜤSahura
Karnak Canon 3sꜢḥw-rꜤSahura
Saqqara Canon 33sꜢḥw-rꜤSahura
Africanus: V (2)ΣεφρηςSephrēs (13 years)
Column 4.19
Royal Canon of Turin 4.19 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 4.19 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... he acted as king for ...
nsw-bit ... ir.n f m nswyt ...

KingNeferirkara I Kakai (33rd king)DynastyV (3)
GardinerIII 19Fragment34
The name is missing, only the cartouche end remain. Neferirkara was the first king to use a prenomen and nomen as independent names. Attested on the Abydos and Saqqara Canons as the successor to his father Sahura.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 28kꜢ-KꜤ-iKakai
Saqqara Canon 32nfr-ir-kꜢ-rꜤNeferirkara
Africanus: V (3)ΝεφερχερηςNepherkherēs (20 years)
Column 4.20
Royal Canon of Turin 4.20 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 4.20 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... 7 years ...
nsw-bit ... rnpt 7 ...

KingShepseskara Netjeruser (34th king)DynastyV (4)
GardinerIII 20Fragment34
Shepseskara probably usurped the throne and only ruled a few months, but is present on the Saqqara Canon between Neferirkara and Neferefra. As the fourth king of the dynasty, he is identified with Manetho's Sisires who is attributed a 7 year reign.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Saqqara Canon 31šps-kꜢ-rꜤShepseskara
Africanus: V (4)ΣισιρηςSisirēs (7 years)
Column 4.21
Royal Canon of Turin 4.21 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 4.21 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... x years ...
nsw-bit ... rnpt x ...

KingNeferefra Isi (35th king)DynastyV (5)
GardinerIII 21Fragment34
The entire name is lost, and the singular year stroke is in accord with the contemporary evidence that his reign lasted only a year or two. Neferefra was the eldest son of Neferirkara and is present in the Abydos Canon. Also present in the Saqqara Canon, but there as Kha-nefer-ra, which is puzzling. Perhaps it was confused with his Horus name, Nefer-khau with similar signs. Unreadable(?) trace of red ink on fr. 45.1
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 29nfr.f-rꜤNeferefra
Saqqara Canon 30ḫꜤ-nfr-rꜤKhaneferra
Africanus: V (5)ΧερηςKherēs (20 years)
1.   Gardiner 1959: 19
Column 4.22
Royal Canon of Turin 4.22 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 4.22 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... 10 + x years ...
nsw-bit ... rnpt 10 + x ...

KingNiuserra Ini (36th king)DynastyV (6)
GardinerIII 22Fragment34
Only the bottom part of the ten-sign is visible, followed by a stroke after which the papyrus breaks off. Accordingly, the number could be 11-14, 21-24, or 31-34.1 The two names of Niuserra are found on the Abydos and Karnak Canons respectively.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 30ni-wsr-rꜤNiuserra
Karnak Canon 4iniIni
Africanus: V (6)ΡαθουρηςRhathourēs (44 years)
1.   Gardiner 1959: 16 (III 22 a)
Column 4.23
Royal Canon of Turin 4.23 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 4.23 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Menkauhor, 8 years
nsw-bit mn-kꜢ-ḥr rnpt 8

KingMenkauhor Kaiu (37th king)DynastyV (7)
GardinerIII 23Fragment34
Attested on the Abydos and Saqqara Canons with variants of the same name. Manetho name him Menkheres , the hellenized form of Menkahor, and also indicate a reign of 9 years.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 31mn-kꜢ.w-ḥrMenkauhor
Saqqara Canon 29mn-kꜢ-ḥrMenkahor
Africanus: V (7)ΜενχερηςMenkherēs (9 years)
Column 4.24
Royal Canon of Turin 4.24 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 4.24 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Djedu, 28 years
nsw-bit ḏd.w rnpt 28

KingDjedkara Isesi (38th king)DynastyV (8)
GardinerIII 24Fragment34
Attested on the inscribed New Kingdom Canons under three slightly different names, with a fourth variant recorded here. The variations are likely due to lacunae in the original records.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 32ḏd-kꜢ-rꜤDjedkara
Karnak Canon 5issiIsesi
Saqqara Canon 28mꜢꜤ.t-kꜢ-rꜤMaatkara
Africanus: V (8)ΤανχερηςTankherēs (44 years)
Column 4.25
Royal Canon of Turin 4.25 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 4.25 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Unas, 30 years
nsw-bit wnis rnpt 30

KingUnas (39th king)DynastyV (9)
GardinerIII 25Fragment34
Any additional numbers are lost as the papyrus break off. Unas, the last king of the fifth dynasty, is also present on the Abydos and Saqqara Canons. Manetho hellenized his name as Onnos, and recorded his reign to be 33 years.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 33wnisUnis
Saqqara Canon 27wnisUnis
Africanus: V (9)ΟννοςOnnos (33 years)
Column 4.26
Royal Canon of Turin 4.26 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 4.26 (hieroglyphics)

Total of the kings beginning with Meni down to Unas, their years: 768 ...
dmḏ nswyw šꜢ mni r-mn wnis ir.n f m nswyt rnpt 768 ...

 Summation 
GardinerIII 26Fragment34
Summation of the First through Fifth Dynasties. The number of years lost in the lacuna can be calculated by taking Summation 3 (5.16–17) and subtracting Summation 2 (5.14–15), which result in 768 years. Perhaps only the full years were recorded, or omitted altogether, as there is not enough space for the years, months, and days.1
1.   Ryholt 2004: 141, n. 36
 

Column 5

26 rows — 22 kings.

The fragments form twenty-six rows, but most of the names are missing, including all the kings of the Sixth Dynasty. After the four lines of summations for the previous dynasties, the list continues with the rulers of Herakleopolis.

 
Column 5.1
Royal Canon of Turin 5.1 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 5.1 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... x years, 6 months, 21 days
nsw-bit ... rnpt x Ꜣbdw 6 hrw 21

KingTeti (40th king)DynastyVI (1)
GardinerIV 1Fragment59 + ?
The name is lost, as is the number of years, only the months and days remain. The signs before the numbers are undecipherable. The fragment containing traces of the month ligature (Ꜣbdw) was incorrectly moved by Ibscher, as there is a fibre correspondence in the original position by Seyffarth.1 The name is lost in lacuna, however Teti is the known successor of Unas in the other king lists.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 34ttiTeti
Karnak Canon 14[sꜢ-rꜤ]-ttiTeti
Saqqara Canon 26ttiTeti
Africanus: VI (1)ΟθοηςOthoēs (30 years)
Eusebius: V (1)ΟθοηςOthoēs
1.   Ryholt 1997: 30, n. 78
Column 5.2
Royal Canon of Turin 5.2 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 5.2 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUserkara (41st king)DynastyVI (2)
GardinerIV 2Fragment59
The record is lost, but a poorly attested Userkara is present between Teti and Pepi I in the Abydos Canon, suggesting this could be the case here too.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 35wsr-kꜢ-rꜤUserkara
Column 5.3
Royal Canon of Turin 5.3 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 5.3 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... 20 years
nsw-bit ... rnpt 20

KingPepi I (42nd king)DynastyVI (3)
GardinerIV 3Fragment59
The reign (or the entire record) was likely interchanged with (5.4), emending the reign of Pepi I to 44 years. This agrees with the archaeological records, as Pepi I reigned between 25 to 50 years, while his son and successor only ruled around ten years.1
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 36mry-rꜤMeryra
Karnak Canon 15ppyPepi
Saqqara Canon 25ppyPepi
Africanus: VI (2)ΦιοςPhios (53 years)
1.   Ryholt 1997: 13-14
Column 5.4
Royal Canon of Turin 5.4 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 5.4 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... 44 years
nsw-bit ... rnpt 44

KingNemtiemsaf I (43rd king)DynastyVI (4)
GardinerIV 4Fragment59
The reign (or the entire record) was likely interchanged with (5.3), making the correct reign 20 years for this king.1 The trace just before the '4' is not the top of a 10-sign, but a dot of the hieratic number 40,2 which is now partly obscured by a piece of transparent tape.3
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 37mr.n-rꜤMerenra
Karnak Canon 16mr.n-rꜤMerenra
Saqqara Canon 24mr.n-rꜤMerenra
Africanus: VI (3)ΜεθουσουφιςMethousouphis (7 years)
1.   Ryholt 1997: 13-14
2.   Gardiner 1959: 16 (IV 4 a)
3.   Ryholt 2000: 90, note 15.
Column 5.5
Royal Canon of Turin 5.5 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 5.5 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... 90 + x years
nsw-bit ... rnpt 90 + x

KingPepi II (44th king)DynastyVI (5)
GardinerIV 5Fragment133 + 59
This entry can only belong to Pepi II due to the long reign recorded.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 38nfr-kꜢ-rꜤNeferkara
Saqqara Canon 23nfr-kꜢ-rꜤNeferkara
Africanus: VI (4)ΦιωψPhiops (94 years)
Eusebius: V (4)ΦιωψPhiops (94 years)
Eratosthenes: 20AπαππουςApappous (99 years)
Column 5.6
Royal Canon of Turin 5.6 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 5.6 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... 1 year, 1 month
nsw-bit ... rnpt 1 Ꜣbd 1

KingNemtiemsaf II (45th king)DynastyVI (6)
GardinerIV 6Fragment133 + 40 + 59
The name is lost, but Nemtyemsaf II is listed in the Abydos Canon as the successor of Pepi II. The fibres of fr. 40 correspond with fr. 43, and has been moved here from the unplaced fragments of Gardiner.1
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 39mr.n-rꜤ nmty.m-sꜢfMerenra Nemtyemsaf
Africanus: VI (5)ΜενφεσουφιςMenthesouphis (1 year)
Eratosthenes: 21ΕχεσκοσοκαραςEkheskosokaras (1 year)
1.   Ryholt 2000: 88
Column 5.7
Royal Canon of Turin 5.7 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 5.7 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Netiqerty Siptah, he acted as king for ...
nsw-bit nt-iḳr-ti zꜢ-ptḥ ir.n ...

KingNetjerikara (46th king)DynastyVI (7)
GardinerIV 8 + pl. IXFragment135 + 43 + 40
Fr. 43 has been moved one line up from Gardiner and joins with fr. 40.1 Netiqerty is a phonetic corruption of the similar-sounding Netjerikara, which for a long time was interpreted as belonging to an otherwise unattested Queen Nitocris from Manetho's epitome.2 This row could also have held a lacuna notation (ironically lost in the lacuna) explaining the missing ten kings that does appear in the Abydos Canon.3 The two names following the lacuna notation in (5.8) and (5.9) are clearly incompletely recorded, likely due to a larger lacuna in the original source for this period, and the scribe simply copied what was left.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 40nṯr.i-kꜢ-rꜤNetjerikara
Africanus: VI (6)ΝιτωκριςNitōkris (12 years)
Eusebius: VIΝιτωκριςNitōkris
Eratosthenes: 22ΝιτωκριςNitōkris (6 years)
Herodotus: 100.2ΝιτωκριςNitōkris
1.   Ryholt 2000: 88-90
2.   Ryholt 2000: 93
3.   Ryholt 2000: 96ff.
Column 5.8
Royal Canon of Turin 5.8 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 5.8 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Neferka Khered Seneb ...
nsw-bit nfr-kꜢ ẖrd-snb ...

KingNeferkara Pepiseneb (47th king)DynastyVII/VIII (1)
GardinerIV 9 + pl. IXFragment135 + 43 + 40
The names ppy-snb and ẖrd-snb are interchangeable,1 and the ra-sign of Neferkara was probably lost in a lacuna in a vorlage of the Canon. The hieratic snb ligature was inaccurately copied by Lepsius.2 The remaining signs of a larger lacuna in the original source was copied by the scribe, explaining the corrupted name, and perhaps also why the name appears out of order on the Abydos Canon (51), where it should have occupied no. 41. The fibres of fr. 40 correspond with fr. 43, and has been moved here from the unplaced fragments of Gardiner.3
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 51nfr-kꜢ-rꜤ ppy-snbNeferkara Pepiseneb
1.   Ryholt 2000: 94
2.   Ryholt 2000: 90f.
3.   Ryholt 2000: 88
Column 5.9
Royal Canon of Turin 5.9 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 5.9 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Nefer ...
nsw-bit nfr ...

KingNeferkamin Anu (48th king)DynastyVII/VIII (2)
GardinerIV 10 + pl. IXFragment43 + 40
There are four signs following the fr-signs; the first looks very much like a s-sign, but is transcribed as the G7-determinative, followed by the two strokes of a closing cartouche,1 and another G7, as read by Gardiner. The signs following s-nfr present in the Abydos Canon, were perhaps lost in a larger lacuna. and the scribe copied the remaining signs in the original source, resulting in an incomplete name.2
The name Sneferka Anu translates to the odd the one whom a ka has made perfect, Anu. The sign emblem for the god Min, R22 (mn) and the door-bolt, O34 (s) look very similar, and a small mistake by a scribe is easily understood. Exchanging the signs makes the corrected name Neferkamin Anu, which gives the more fitting translation of the perfect one of the ka of Min, Anu. The unreadable traces at the end of fr. 40 are present in Lepsius and Wilkinson, but non-existant today.3
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 52snfr-kꜢ-ꜤnwSneferka Anu
1.   Möller, Hieratische Paläographie II, No. 532.
2.   Ryholt 2000: 97
3.   Ryholt 2000: 88, wrote "the traces shown in line 9, on fragment 40, are non-existant."
Column 5.10
Royal Canon of Turin 5.10 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 5.10 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Ibi ... 2 years, 1 month, 1 day
nsw-bit ibi ... rnpt 2 Ꜣbd 1 hrw 1

KingQakara Ibi (49th king)DynastyVII/VIII (3)
GardinerIV 11 + V 10Fragment43 + 40 + 61
The prenomen is recorded with the singular –kꜢ in the kings pyramid at Saqqara,1 while the slightly incorrect Abydos Canon use the plural –kꜢw.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 53ḳꜢ-kꜢw-rꜤQakaura
Pyramid TextsḳꜢ-kꜢ-rꜤQakara
1.   Ryholt 2000: 99, note a.
Column 5.11
Royal Canon of Turin 5.11 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 5.11 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... 4 years, 2 months 0 days
nsw-bit ... rnpt 4 Ꜣbdw 2 hrw 0

KingUnknown (50th king)DynastyVII/VIII (4)
GardinerIV 11Fragment61
The name is lost, only the numbers remain. Neferkaura is attested on the Abydos Canon between Qakaura (53) and Neferkauhor (55).
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 54nfr-kꜢ.w-rꜤNeferkaura
Column 5.12
Royal Canon of Turin 5.12 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 5.12 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... 2 years, 1 month, 1 day
nsw-bit ... rnpt 2 Ꜣbd 1 hrw 1

KingUnknown (51st king)DynastyVII/VIII (5)
GardinerIV 12Fragment61
The name is lost, only the numbers remain. Neferkauhor is attested between Neferkaura (54) and Neferirkara (56) on the Abydos Canon.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 55nfr-kꜢw-ḥrNeferkauhor
Column 5.13
Royal Canon of Turin 5.13 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 5.13 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... 1 year and half month
nsw-bit ... rnpt 1 Ꜣbd ½

KingUnknown (52nd king)DynastyVII/VIII (6)
GardinerIV 13Fragment61
The name is lost. The ditto mark after the year, makes it clear that the "half"-sign (gs) is recorded as "half a month".1 The Neferirkara of the Abydos Canon is a different First Intermediate Period king from Neferirkara Kakai of the Fifth Dynasty.2
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 56nfr-ir-kꜢ-rꜤNeferirkara
1.   Ryholt 2004: 144, n. 48. Note: a small typo by Ryholt incorrectly quoted entry (5.3) in his note, which is in fact (5.13)
2.   For Neferirkara Kakai, see (4.19).
Column 5.14
Royal Canon of Turin 5.14 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 5.14 (hieroglyphics)

Total of x kings ... 181 years
... nswyw ... ir.n rnpt 181

 Summation 
GardinerIV 14Fragment44 + 61
First row of summation of the Sixth to Eight Dynasties. The traces of the ir-sign on Fr. 61 is clearly visible on the plates of Farina,1 but not present in the facsimiles of Lepsius and Wilkinson. The restoration by Ryholt suggest the complete reading of the summation.2 Calculating the missing number of kings, is done by counting the number of rows recorded after the previous summation (4.26), which is 13 (i.e. from 5.1 to 5.13).3
Restoration
Ryholt 2000: 89, 94ff.

Hieroglyphic restoration of 5.14 Royal Canon of Turin by Ryholt 2000: 89, 94ff.

Total of x kings until Neferkara amounting to 181 years
dmḏ nswyw r-mn nfr-ir-kꜢ-rꜤ x ir.n rnpt 181
1.   Farina 1938: pls. IV and V.
2.   Ryholt 2000: 94 ff., 91
3.   Farina 1938: 32 (IV 15) proposed: [Total] reigns [for the 14 kings of this court makes] 181 years.
Column 5.15
Royal Canon of Turin 5.15 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 5.15 (hieroglyphics)

6 months, 3 days, and a lacuna of 6 years. Total: 100 + x years. Kings...
... Ꜣbdw 6 hrw 3 wsf 6 dmḏ ... nswywt

 Summation 
GardinerIV 15Fragment44 + 61
Summation continued from (5.14). The sublinear sign is the tail of a 100-sign.1 The summation of the First to Eight Dynasties begins at the end of the line.
Restoration
Ryholt 2000: 89, 94ff.

Hieroglyphic restoration of 5.15 Royal Canon of Turin by Ryholt 2000: 89, 94ff.

6 months, 3 days, and a lacuna of 6 years. Total: 187 years, 6 months, 3 days. Total kings
Ꜣbdw 6 hrw 3 wsf 6 dmḏ rnpt 187 Ꜣbdw 6 hrw 3 dmḏ nswywt
1.   Gardiner 1959: 16 ( IV 15 a)
Column 5.16
Royal Canon of Turin 5.16 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 5.16 (hieroglyphics)

...from Meni, their kingship, their years, and a lacuna thereto: 949 years, 0 months, 15 days, and a lacuna of 6 years
... mni nswyt=sn rnpt=sn wsf ... 949 hrw 15 wsf rnpt 6

 Summation 
GardinerIV 16Fragment44 + 61 + 63
Summation continued from (5.15). The curved line at the end is a sort of bracket around a line that intruded on the next column.
Restoration
Ryholt 2000: 89, 94ff.

Hieroglyphic restoration of 5.16 Royal Canon of Turin by Ryholt 2000: 89, 94ff.

from Meni, their kingship, their years, and a lacuna thereto: 949 years, 15 days, and a lacuna of 6 years
mni nswyt=sn rnpt=sn wsf iry rnpt 949 hrw 15 wsf rnpt 6
Column 5.17
Royal Canon of Turin 5.17 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 5.17 (hieroglyphics)

Total: ... 955 years, 0 months and 10 + x days
dmḏ ... rnpt 955 hrw 10 + x

 Summation 
GardinerIV 17Fragment46 + 44 + 63
Summation continued from (5.16). The number of months is zero, and despite the missing 5 at the end, the number of days can be confidently restored to 15 from the subtotal in 5.16.1
Restoration
Ryholt 2000: 89, 94ff.

Hieroglyphic restoration of 5.17 Royal Canon of Turin by Ryholt 2000: 89, 94ff.

Total: 52* kings amounting to 955 years and 15 days
dmḏ 52 ir.n rnpt 955 hrw 15
* i.e. the number of kings from Meni (3.11) to Neferirkara (5.13).
1.   Ryholt 2000: 95f.
2.   Ryholt 2000: 94 ff., 91.
Column 5.18
Royal Canon of Turin 5.18 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 5.18 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (53rd king)DynastyIX/X (1)
GardinerIV 18Fragment46 + 44 + 63
Only small traces remain of the name of this unidentifiable king, presumably the founder of the Herakleopolitian Ninth dynasty, named Achthoes by Manetho. However, this identification very uncertain, due to the fragmentary state of the papyrus, and could belong to any of the kings of this dynasty.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Africanus: IX (1) AχθoηςAkhthoës
Eusebius: IX (1)AχθoηςAkhthoës
Column 5.19
Royal Canon of Turin 5.19 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 5.19 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (54th king)DynastyIX/X (2)
GardinerIV 19Fragment46 + 47 + 63
The name of this unidentifiable Herakleopolitan king is unknown, only tiny traces of the title remain.
Column 5.20
Royal Canon of Turin 5.20 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 5.20 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Neferkara ...
nsw-bit nfr-kꜢ-rꜤ ...

KingNeferkara (55th king)DynastyIX/X (3)
GardinerIV 20Fragment46 + 47
A Herakleopolitan Neferkara is unattested in the other New Kingdom canons, and there are no archaeological finds of a king with this name furing this time period.
Column 5.21
Royal Canon of Turin 5.21 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 5.21 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Kheti ...
nsw-bit ḫt-iti ...

KingKhety (56th king)DynastyIX/X (4)
GardinerIV 21Fragment46 + 47
The A51-sign (šps) is curiosly missing the "seat" vertical stroke at the back.1 The name is almost certain to be the nomen.
1.   Gardiner 1959: 16 (IV 21 a)
Column 5.22
Royal Canon of Turin 5.22 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 5.22 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King S...tut-ha... he acted as king for ...
nsw-bit s...twt hꜢ ... ir-n.f ...

KingUnknown (57th king)DynastyIX/X (5)
GardinerIV 22Fragment47 + 48
The traces of signs after the initial S29-sign are illegible, and there is not enough space for the reading of swnn as proposed by Černý.1 Despite Gardiner's assertion to the contrary,2 the fibres of fr. 47 and 48 match perfectly,3 and the placement is beyond doubt.4
1.   Gardiner 1959: 16 (IV 22 a-b)
2.   Gardiner 1959: 16 (IV 22 c)
3.   Beckerath 1966: 17-19
4.   Ryholt 1997: , 20
Column 5.23
Royal Canon of Turin 5.23 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 5.23 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... Neferkara ...
nsw-bit ... nfr-kꜢ-rꜤ ...

KingNeferkara (58th king)DynastyIX/X (6)
GardinerIV 23Fragment47 + 48
The first signs of the first cartouche are unreadable traces,1 followed by a second cartouche with a clear Neferkara. A possible explanation for two cartouches could be a genealogical indication that this king was a son of Neferkara in 5.20, tenatively restored by von Beckerath.
Restoration
Beckerath 1966: 19

Hieroglyphic restoration of 5.23 Royal Canon of Turin by Beckerath 1966: 19

The Dual King Khety son of Neferkara
nsw-bit ẖty zꜢ nfr-kꜢ-rꜤ
1.   Gardiner 1959: 16 (IV 23 a) simply notes: "scanty and illegible traces."
Column 5.24
Royal Canon of Turin 5.24 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 5.24 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Mery... Khety ...
nsw-bit mry ... ẖty ...

KingMery.. Khety (59th king)DynastyIX/X (7)
GardinerIV 24Fragment47 + 48
If the first sign is an U7 (mr), it is larger than normal, and more to the right than usual, as noted by Gardiner.1 The throne- and birth-names are combined into one cartouche.2
1.   Gardiner 1959: 16 (IV 24 a)
2.   Beckerath 1966: 19
Column 5.25
Royal Canon of Turin 5.25 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 5.25 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Shed..y ...
nsw-bit šd...y ...

KingShed..y (60th king)DynastyIX/X (8)
GardinerIV 25Fragment47 + 48 + 36
The addition of fr. 361 adds the ending of the name, which Gardiner recorded as unplaced.2
1.   Beckerath 1966: 18-19.
2.   Gardiner 1959: 19, pl. IX
Column 5.26
Royal Canon of Turin 5.26 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 5.26 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King H..... months ...
nsw-bit ḥ..... Ꜣbdw ...

KingH... (61st king)DynastyIX/X (9)
GardinerIV 26Fragment47 + 48 + 36
The recto of fr. 36 was mistaken for the verso by Lepsius and Wilkinson,1 however, without access to Wilkinson's facsimile, I cannot reproduce the hieratic signs, which only contain the signs for month.
1.   Gardiner 1959: 19, pl. IX (unplaced fragments).
 

Column 6

25 rows — 21 kings.

From the poorly attested Herakleopolitian kings, leading up to the last kings of the Twelfth Dynasty. Only remnants of a few royal names are recorded on the few remaining fragments in this column.

 
Column 6.1
Royal Canon of Turin 6.1 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 6.1 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (62nd king)DynastyIX/X (10)
GardinerV 1Fragment59 + 59a
Only the title is left, the rest is lost. Farina placed an unnumbered fragment at the end of th column, but its position is probably incorrect,1 and has been moved to the Unplaced Fragments section.
1.   Gardiner 1959: 16 (V 1 a)
Column 6.2
Royal Canon of Turin 6.2 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 6.2 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (63rd king)DynastyIX/X (11)
GardinerV 2Fragment59
The name is lost, only an unreadable trace of the first sign remain.
Column 6.3
Royal Canon of Turin 6.3 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 6.3 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (64th king)DynastyIX/X (12)
GardinerV 3Fragment59
The name is lost, only the opening cartouche remains. Written on a patch.
Column 6.4
Royal Canon of Turin 6.4 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 6.4 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (65th king)DynastyIX/X (13)
GardinerV 4Fragment59
A trace of the tip of what could be a mr or wsr sign is visible above the opening cartouche, but it is only guesswork. Written on a patch.
1.   Gardiner 1959: 15 (V 4 a)
Column 6.5
Royal Canon of Turin 6.5 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 6.5 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (66th king)DynastyIX/X (14)
GardinerV 5Fragment59
The name is lost, only a partial title remain. Written on a patch.
Column 6.6
Royal Canon of Turin 6.6 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 6.6 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (67th king)DynastyIX/X (15)
GardinerV 6Fragment59
The name is lost, only the partial title remain, but with a curious stroke above the "head" of the bee-sign. Written on a patch.
Column 6.7
Royal Canon of Turin 6.7 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 6.7 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (68th king)DynastyIX/X (16)
GardinerV 7Fragment59
The name is lost, only a tiny stroke of the title remain.
Column 6.8
  THE PAPYRUS IS MISSING  
Royal Canon of Turin 6.8 (papyrus lost, no hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (69th king)DynastyIX/X (17)
GardinerV 8Fragment
Column 6.9
Royal Canon of Turin 6.9 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 6.9 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (70th king)DynastyIX/X (18)
GardinerV 9Fragment61
The name is lost; there are no traces of any writing.
Column 6.10
Royal Canon of Turin 6.10 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 6.10 (hieroglyphics)

Total of 18 kings ...
dmḏ nsw 18 ...

 Summation 
GardinerV 10Fragment61
Summation of the Ninth and Tenth Dynasties. Most of the line is lost, only the initial signs remain. The number of kings is verified by the 18 kings recorded from 5.18 to 6.9. According to Manetho, during this period either 38 kings ruled for 594 years1, or 23 kings ruled for 285 years.2 The First Intermediate period as a whole lasted only for about 125 years, so it is clear that these numbers are unreliable.
1.   According to Africanus: 19 kings of the Ninth Dynasty reigned for 409 years, and 19 kings of the Tenth Dynasty reigned for 185 years.
2.   According to Eusebius: 4 kings of the Ninth Dynasty reigned for 100, and 19 kings of the Tenth Dynasty reigned for 185 years.
Column 6.11
Royal Canon of Turin 6.11 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 6.11 (hieroglyphics)

The kings ...
nsywt ...

 Heading 
GardinerV 11Fragment61
Heading of the Eleventh Dynasty. The scribe has actually written kingship (pl.), which is a mistake.1 Only the initial signs remain, the rest is lost.
1.   Ryholt 2000: 95 n. 40
Column 6.12
Royal Canon of Turin 6.12 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 6.12 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingMentuhotep I (71st king)DynastyXI (1)
GardinerV 12Fragment61
The name is lost. Gardiner tentatively restored the first sign as V29 (wꜢḥ), noting that it could also be N28 (ḫꜤ),1 but neither restoration fits an Eleventh Dynasty king. Beckerath proposed sꜤ as a possible reading,2 but ultimately, the tiny trace makes a proper identification impossible. Counting back from Mentuhotep II (6.16), this line would have contained the name of Mentuhotep I, who only gained royal titles posthumously. He was the father of Intef I, the founder of the Eleventh Dynasty at Thebes. Only the first two signs of the name in the Karnak Canon are readable, but as the Horus name tpy-Ꜥ (“the forefather”) is also readable, it undoubtedly belong to Mentuhotep I.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Karnak Canon 12mn-[tw-ḥtp]Men(tuhotep)
1.   Gardiner 1959: 16 (V 12)
2.   Beckerath 1995: 226.
Column 6.13
Royal Canon of Turin 6.13 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 6.13 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingIntef I (72nd king)DynastyXI (2)
GardinerV 13Fragment61
The name is lost, only the title remain. Counting back from Mentuhotep II (6.16), this line would have contained the name of Intef I.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Karnak Canon 11ini-[t-f]In(tef)
Column 6.14
Royal Canon of Turin 6.14 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 6.14 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... 49 years ...
nsw-bit ... 49 ...

KingIntef II (73rd king)DynastyXI (3)
GardinerV 14Fragment61 + 62 + 85
The name is lost. The partial sign before the nine is most likely the back end of 40. Counting back from Mentuhotep II (6.16), this line would have contained the name of Intef II.
Column 6.15
Royal Canon of Turin 6.15 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 6.15 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... 8 ...
nsw-bit ... 8 ...

KingIntef III (74th king)DynastyXI (4)
GardinerV 15Fragment62 + 85
The name is lost. Counting back from Mentuhotep II (6.16), this line would have contained the name of Intef III. The writing on this line starts farther left than the rest of this column, due to (5.16) encroaching this column.
Column 6.16
Royal Canon of Turin 6.16 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 6.16 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Nebhapetra ... 51 years ...
nsw-bit nb-ḥꜢpt-rꜤ ... rnpt 51 ...

KingMentuhotep II (75th king)DynastyXI (5)
GardinerV 16Fragment63 + 84 + 85
The first king of the Eleventh Dynasty whose name is intact.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 57nb-hꜢpt-rꜤNebhapetra
Karnak Canon 29nb-hꜢpt-rꜤNebhapetra
Saqqara Canon 13nb-hꜢpt-rꜤNebhapetra
Column 6.17
Royal Canon of Turin 6.17 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 6.17 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King, Sankhka(ra) ... 12 years ...
nsw-bit sꜤnḫ-kꜢ ... 12 ...

KingMentuhotep III (76th king)DynastyXI (6)
GardinerV 17Fragment63 + ? + 84 + 85
Farina added the unnumbered fragment1 which clarifies the ankh part of the name; his poor photo makes the traces very hard to read, the signs are likely slightly incorrectly drawn. A mistake was made in the Karnak Canon, where the Ꜥnḫ-sign was misinterpreted from the source used, as the similar-looking nfr-sign.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 58sꜤnḫ-kꜢ-rꜤSankhkara
Karnak Canon 30snfr-kꜢ-rꜤSneferkara
Saqqara Canon 14sꜤnḫ-kꜢ-rꜤSankhkara
1.   Gardiner 1959: 16 (V 17 a)
Column 6.18
Royal Canon of Turin 6.18 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 6.18 (hieroglyphics)

Total: 6 kings amounting to 136 years and a lacuna of 7 years, Total: 143 years ...
dmḏ nsw 6 ir n rnpt 136 wsf 7 dmḏ 143 ...

 Summation 
GardinerV 18Fragment63 + ? + 64
Summation of the Ninth and Tenth Dynasties. Farina added the unnumbered fragment,1 however the poor photo makes the traces uncertain. The traces of a six at the edge of fr. 62 is certain.2 Only a horizontal stroke of the lacuna notation remain in fr. 64, above the sublinear 100-sign that extend to the left. This seven-year lacuna notaticon account for the last king of the dynasty, the missing Mentuhotep IV, and indicate another lacuna notation, most likely in (6.17). The long number written above the sublinear hundred-sign can be calculated as we know the total (143), and the lacuna (7): the remaining number must be 136.
1.   Gardiner 1959: 16 (V 17 a)
2.   id. 16 (V 18 a)
Column 6.19
Royal Canon of Turin 6.19 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 6.19 (hieroglyphics)

Kings of the Residence Itj-tawy ...
... ẖnw iṯ-tꜢwy

 Heading 
GardinerV 19Fragment64
Only part of the heading for the Twelfth Dynasty remain, however, it does mention the capital Itj-tawy.
Column 6.20
Royal Canon of Turin 6.20 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 6.20 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Sehotepibra he acted as king for ...
nsw-bit sḥtp-ib-rꜤ ir.n=f m nsyt ...

KingAmenemhat I (77th king)DynastyXII (1)
GardinerV 20Fragment64
All but ending of the name is lost, but Amenemhat I's prenomen Sehotepibra is the only possibility. As for the number of years, the sublinear tail of a nine is recorded, but a preceding ten-sign is lost where the papyrus breaks off. However, the number 29 is most likely correct, if not certain.1 Curiosly, the redactor of the Epitome failed to understand that Manetho's narrative contained not only four kings named Amenemhat, and three kings named Senusret, but also that some of them had coregencies with their sons. This confusion as to the identity of the kings and their reigns resulted in disarray, and Ammenemes ended up being placed between the dynasties.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 59s.ḥtp-ib-rꜤSehotepibra
Karnak Canon 17s.ḥtp-ib-rꜤSehotepibra
Saqqara Canon 15s.ḥtp-ib-rꜤSehotepibra
Africanus: XI (1)AμμενεμηςAmmenemēs
Eusebius: XIAμμενεμηςAmmenemēs (16 years)
Eratosthenes: 32Σταμμενεμης αStammenemēs I (26 years)
1.   Gardiner 1959: 16 (V 20 a)
Column 6.21
Royal Canon of Turin 6.21 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 6.21 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Kheperkara ... 45 years
nsw-bit ḫpr-kꜢ-rꜤ rnpt 45 ...

KingSenusret I (78th king)DynastyXII (2)
GardinerV 21Fragment64
All but the ending of the name is lost, but the signs for 40+5 years are certain,1 although the vertical stroke of the five is weak.2 Herodotus failed to understand that the Twelfth Dynasty contained three kings named Senusret, and this Sesostris was in all likelyhood a combination of Senusret I and III.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 60ḫpr-kꜢ-rꜤKheperkara
Karnak Canon 24ḫpr-kꜢ-rꜤKheperkara
Saqqara Canon 16ḫpr-kꜢ-rꜤKheperkara
Africanus: XII (1)ΣεσονχοσιςSesonkhosis (46 years)
Eusebius: XII (1)ΣεσονχοσιςSesonkhosis (46 years)
Herodotus: 102.1ΣεσωστριςSesōstris
1.   Murnane, "Ancient Egyptian Coregencies", 5 note 20
2.   cf. Möller, Hieratische Paläographie II, No. 618
Column 6.22
Royal Canon of Turin 6.22 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 6.22 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Nubkara ... 30+ x years
nsw-bit nbw-kꜢ-rꜤ ... rnpt 30 ...

KingAmenemhat II (79th king)DynastyXII (3)
GardinerV 22Fragment67 + 64
The name is lost, but can only have held that of Amenemhat II, the predecessor of Senusret II (6.23). The ten-sign could be a 10, 20, or 30, but most likely 30, as Amenemhat II reigned for at least 35 years, for a likely total of 35–39 years.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 61nbw-kꜢ.w-rꜤNubkaura
Karnak Canon 18nbw-kꜢ.w-rꜤNubkaura
Saqqara Canon 17nwb-kꜢ-rꜤNubkara
Africanus: XII (2)AμμανεμηςAmmanemēs (38 years)
Eusebius: XII (2)AμμανεμηςAmmanemēs (38 years)
Eratosthenes: 33Σταμμενεμης βStammenemēs II
Column 6.23
Royal Canon of Turin 6.23 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 6.23 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Khapheperra ... 19 years ...
nsw-bit ḫꜤ-ḫpr-rꜤ ... rnpt 19 ...

KingSenusret II (80th king)DynastyXII (4)
GardinerV 23Fragment67
The name is lost, but was likely that of Senusret II. The partial ten-sign could be a 10/20/30, but most likely a 10. Below that is the sublinear tail of a nine, yielding a very probable 19-year reign. Manetho's Sesostris was probably a conflation of the two kings with the same name, or misunderstood by the redactor of the Epitome.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 62ḫꜤ-ḫpr-rꜤKhakheperra
Saqqara Canon 18ḫꜤ-ḫpr-rꜤKhakheperra
Africanus: XII (3)ΣεσωστριςSesōstris (48 years)
Eusebius: XII (3)ΣεσωστριςSesōstris (48 years)
Column 6.24
Royal Canon of Turin 6.24 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 6.24 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Nebkaura ... 30+ x years
nsw-bit ḫꜤ-kꜢ-rꜤ ... rnpt 30 ...

KingSenusret III (81st king)DynastyXII (5)
GardinerV 24Fragment67
The name is lost, but most likely that of Senusret III. The 30-sign is certain; the subsequent number could be in the range of 1–8,1 for a total of 31-38 years. A nine is impossible, as the tail of a nine would have extended below the ten-sign.2 Manetho's Sesostris was probably a conflation of the two kings with the same name, or misunderstood by the redactor of the Epitome.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 63ḫꜤ-kꜢ.w-rꜤKhakaura
Karnak Canon 32ḫꜤ-kꜢ-rꜤKhakara
Saqqara Canon 19ḫꜤ-kꜢ-rꜤKhakara
Africanus: XII (3)ΣεσωστριςSesōstris (48 years)
Eusebius: XII (3)ΣεσωστριςSesōstris (48 years)
Eratosthenes: 34ΣιστοσιχερμηςSistosikhermēs (55 years)
Herodotus: 102.1ΣεσωστριςSesōstris
1.   Gardiner 1959: 16 (V 24 a)
2.   Sethe 1904: 39
Column 6.25
Royal Canon of Turin 6.25 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 6.25 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Nimaatra ... 40 + x years
nsw-bit ni-mꜢꜤt-rꜤ ... rnpt 40 ...

KingAmenemhat III (82nd king)DynastyXII (6)
GardinerV 25Fragment67
The name is lost, but most likely that of Amenemhat III. The 40-sign is certain, but any extra years are lost. His highest attested date is year 46,1 and probably had a long coregency (c. 20 years) with his father Senusret II,2 and shorter coregency with his son, Amenemhat IV.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 64ni-mꜢꜤt-rꜤNimaatra
Saqqara Canon 20ni-[mꜢꜤt]-rꜤNimaatra
Africanus: XXI (4)ΛαχαρηςLakharēs (8 years)
Eusebius: XII (4)ΛαμαριςLamaris (8 years)
Eratosthenes: 35ΜαρηςMarēs (43 years)
Herodotus: 101.1ΜοιριοςMoirios
1.   Griffith 1897: 40, pls. 14-15. (Papyrus Kahun VI 19 recto)
2.   Thomas Schneider, "The Relative Chronology", 172f.
 

Column 7

28 rows — 26 kings.

Twenty-eight rows with the names of twenty-six kings, covering the last kings of the Twelfth Dynasty leading into the Second Intermediate Period, and an abundance of kings.

 
Column 7.1
Royal Canon of Turin 7.1 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.1 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Maakherura he acted as king for 9 years, 3 months and 27 days
nsw-bit mꜢꜤ-ḫrw-rꜤ ir.n=f m nsyt rnpt 9 Ꜣbd.w 3 hrw 27

KingAmenemhat IV (83rd king)DynastyXII (7)
GardinerVI 1Fragment72 + 81
The name of the king is written on the patch.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Abydos Canon 65mꜢꜤ-ḫrw-rꜤMaakherura
Karnak Canon 21mꜢꜤ-ḫrw-rꜤMaakherura
Saqqara Canon 21mꜢꜤ-ḫrw-rꜤMaakherura
Africanus: XII (5)AμμερηςAmmerēs (8 years)
Column 7.2
Royal Canon of Turin 7.2 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.2 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Neferusobek(ra), 3 years, 10 months, 24 days
nsw-bit nfr.w-sbk-rꜤ rnpt 3 Ꜣbdw 10 hrw 24

KingNeferusobek (84th king)DynastyXII (8)
GardinerVI 2Fragment72 + 81
The scribe erroneously added the ubiquitous "Ra" to the name, where it clearly does not belong.1 The correct name was always written as Neferusobek.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Karnak Canon 22sbk-nfr.w-rꜤSobekneferura
Saqqara Canon 22sbk-kꜢ-rꜤSobekkara
Africanus: XII (6)ΣκεμιoφριςSkemiophris (4 years)
1.   The sign was almost certainly written out without thinking, see Ryholt 1997: , 27 (§1.1.4); Ryholt 2004: 149
Column 7.3
Royal Canon of Turin 7.3 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.3 (hieroglyphics)

Total kings of the Residence Itj-tawy, 8 kings who ruled 213 years, 1 month and 17 days
dmḏ nswyw nt ẖnw iṯ-tꜢwy nsw 8 ir.n rnpt 213 Ꜣbd 1 hrw 17

 Summation 
GardinerVI 3Fragment72 + 81
Summation of the Twelfth Dynasty. The diagonal trace above the last numbers is likely the start of a bracket around the end of the line that encroach column 8, as can also be seen in (3.14), (5.16) and (8.3). The trace of the last number can only be a 7. Manetho recorded a total of 160/182 years of reign for this dynasty.1
1.   Africanus: 7 kings of Diospolis, 160 years; Eusebius: 7 kings of Diospolis, 182 years.
Column 7.4
Royal Canon of Turin 7.4 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.4 (hieroglyphics)

Kings who came after the children (?) of The Dual King, Sehotepibra, may he live, prosper and be healthy
nswyt ... sꜢ ... nsw-bit sḥtp-ib-rꜤ Ꜥnḫ wḏꜢ snb

 Heading 
GardinerVI 4Fragment72 + 73 + 81
Heading of the Thirteenth Dynasty, or possibly for the entire Second Intermediate Period.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 33, note 83.
Column 7.5
Royal Canon of Turin 7.5 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.5 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Khutawyra he acted as king for 2 years, 3 months and 24 days
nsw-bit ḫw-tꜢwy-rꜤ ir.n f m nswyt rnpt 2 Ꜣbdw 3 hrw 24

KingSobekhotep I (85th king)DynastyXIII (1)
GardinerVI 5Fragment72 + 73 + 74 + 81
Egyptologists have established that Wegaf could not have been the first king of the Thirteenth Dynasty,1 and his prenomen (ḫw-tꜢwy-rꜤ) written here indicate that it were interchanged with the similar prenomen of Sobekhotep I (sḫm-rꜤ-ḫw-tꜢwy) recorded further down in the list (7.19).2 The trace after Ꜣbd can only be the plural .w sign.
1.   Kitchen 1967: 45 n. 2
2.   Ryholt 1997: 316ff.
Column 7.6
Royal Canon of Turin 7.6 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.6 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Sekhemkara ... years ... lacuna years, 6 years
nsw-bit sḫm-kꜢ-rꜤ ... rnpt ... wsf rnp.t 6

KingSonbef (86th king)DynastyXIII (2)
GardinerVI 6Fragment72 + 74 + 81
There is a trace of what could be imn on fr. 72, which might be the beginning of the name Amenemhat. The length of reign is lost, and the six-year lacuna notation likely for Nerikara, whose record is missing.
Column 7.7
Royal Canon of Turin 7.7 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.7 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Amenemhat(ra) ... 3 years
nsw-bit i-mn-m-ḥꜢ.t (rꜤ) ... rnpt 3

KingSekhemkara Amenemhat (87th king)DynastyXIII (3)
GardinerVI 7Fragment72 + 74
There are worn traces of the start of the cartouche, and a rꜤ-sign added erroneously by the scribe.1 The traces of imn are very probable, while m-ḥꜢt is certain. The final number could be in the 3-4 range.2 There might also have been lacuna notation on this line for king Ameny Qemau, which is itself lost in lacuna.3
1.   The sign was almost certainly written out without thinking, see Ryholt 1997: , 27 (§1.1.4); Ryholt, "Turin King-List", 149
2.   Ryholt 1997: 74
3.   Ryholt 1997: 73, 214
Column 7.8
Royal Canon of Turin 7.8 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.8 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Sehotepibra ... 1 ...
nsw-bit {s}ḥtp-ib-rꜤ ... 1

KingQemau Siharnedjheritef (88th king)DynastyXIII (4)
GardinerVI 8Fragment72 + 74
The scribe incorrectly added an initial s to the correct name Hotepibra,1 as attested by all other finds of this king.
1.   Ryholt 1998: 3; Ryholt 1997: 338-339 (File 13/10)
Column 7.9
Royal Canon of Turin 7.9 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.9 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Iufni ...
nsw-bit iw=f-n=i ...

KingIufni (89th king)DynastyXIII (5)
GardinerVI 9Fragment72
Column 7.10
Royal Canon of Turin 7.10 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.10 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Sankhibra ... 23 days ...
nsw-bit sꜤnḫ-ib-rꜤ ... hrw 23 ...

KingSankhibra Amenemhat (90th king)DynastyXIII (6)
GardinerVI 10 + unpl.Fragment72 + 75
Horizontal and vertical fibre correspondence between fr. 72 and 75 make the position of fr. 75 certain.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 21
Column 7.11
Royal Canon of Turin 7.11 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.11 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Semenkara ... 22 days ...
nsw-bit smn-kꜢ-rꜤ ... 22 ...

KingNebnun (91st king)DynastyXIII (7)
GardinerVI 11 + unpl.Fragment72 + 75
Horizontal and vertical fibre correspondence between fr. 72 and 75 make the position of fr. 75 certain.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 21
Column 7.12
Royal Canon of Turin 7.12 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.12 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Sehotepibra ... 1 (+ x months,) 27 days ...
nsw-bit sḥtp-ib-rꜤ ... 1 ... 27 ...

KingSewesekhtawy Sehotepibra (92nd king)DynastyXIII (8)
GardinerVI 12 + unpl.Fragment72 + 75
Horizontal and vertical fibre correspondence between fr. 72 and 75 make the position of fr. 75 certain.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 21
Column 7.13
Royal Canon of Turin 7.13 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.13 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Sewadjkara ... 21 + x days
nsw-bit swꜢḏ-kꜢ-rꜤ ... hrw 21 + x ...

KingSewadjkara (93rd king)DynastyXIII (9)
GardinerVI 13 + unpl.Fragment72 + 75
The unnumbered fragment with rꜤ-s-wꜢḏ was added by Farina,1 the traces were copied from his photograph.2 The top part of a partial 20-sign is visible on fr. 75, which Gardiner transliterated as a ten, but a ten does not have a horizontal stroke, making the number a likely 21 + x days. Horizontal and vertical fibre correspondence between fr. 72 and 75 make the position of fr. 75 certain.3
1.   Gardiner 1959: 16 (VI 13 a-b)
2.   Farina 1938: pl. 6
3.   Ryholt 1997: 21
Column 7.14
Royal Canon of Turin 7.14 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.14 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King, Nedjemibra ... 0 years 7 months ...
nsw-bit nḏm-ib-rꜤ ... rnpt 0 Ꜣbd.w 7 ...

KingNedjemibra (94th king)DynastyXIII (10)
GardinerVI 14Fragment76 + 77
Gardiner read the trace of the last sign as a probable nine,1 but since the sign does not end well below the line, it is likely a seven.2
1.   Gardiner 1959: 16 (VI 14 b)
2.   Ryholt 1997: 74, 192
Column 7.15
Royal Canon of Turin 7.15 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.15 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King, Sobekhotep son of Ra ... 2 ...
nsw-bit sbk-ḥtp-rꜤ zꜢ ... 2 ...

KingSobekhotep II (95th king)DynastyXIII (11)
GardinerVI 15Fragment76 + 77 + 70
The traces of Son of... follows the cartouche,1 but name is lost in lacuna.2 The minor traces on Fr. 70, were read that Gardiner read as a two. The scribe erroneously added the ubiquitous "Ra" to the name, where it clearly does not belong.3
1.   Gardiner 1959: 16 (VI 15 a)
2.   Ryholt 1997: 215
3.   The sign was almost certainly written out without thinking, see Ryholt 1997: 27 (§1.1.4); Ryholt 2004: 149
Column 7.16
Royal Canon of Turin 7.16 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.16 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Renseneb he acted as king for ... 4 months ...
nsw-bit rn-snb ir.n ... Ꜣbd 4 ...

KingRanisonb (96th king)DynastyXIII (12)
GardinerVI 16Fragment76 + 77 + 70
Gardiner incorrectly read a f below the numbers,1 but there is no trace of that on fr. 70. Furthermore, the fragment has moved slightly to the left compared to Gardiner, because there is no vertical fibre correspondence between fr. 70 and 78,2 and also leave room for a longer text.
Restoration
Ryholt 1997: 71

Hieroglyphic restoration of 7.16 Royal Canon of Turin by Ryholt 1997: 71

The Dual King Ranisonb has functioned in kingship for 4 months
nsw-bit rni-snb ir n f m nswyt rnpt 0 Ꜣbdw 4
1.   Gardiner 1959: pl. III
2.   Ryholt 1997: 22
Column 7.17
Royal Canon of Turin 7.17 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.17 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Awtibra ... 7 days
nsw-bit Ꜣw.t-ib-rꜤ ... hrw 7

KingHor I (97th king)DynastyXIII (13)
GardinerVI 17Fragment76 + 77 + 70
A possible lacuna notation might have been found on this line, but if so, is itself lost in the lacuna. This is almost certain because at least four known successors of Awtibra are absent from the papyrus.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 12, 218f.
Column 7.18
Royal Canon of Turin 7.18 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.18 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Sedjefa..kara, x years ...
nsw-bit s-ḏfꜢ ... kꜢ-rꜤ rnpt ...

KingSedjefakara Kay-Amenemhat (98th king)DynastyXIII (14)
GardinerVI 18Fragment76 + 78 + 70
Column 7.19
Royal Canon of Turin 7.19 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.19 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Sekhemra Khutawy Sobekhotep reigned x years ...
nsw-bit sḫm-rꜤ ḫw-tꜢwy sbk-ḥtp rnpt ...

KingWegaf (99th king)DynastyXIII (15)
GardinerVI 19Fragment76 + 78
The prenomen of of Sobekhotep I (sḫm-rꜤ-ḫw-tꜢwy) written here were interchanged with the similar prenomen of Wegaf (ḫw-tꜢwy-rꜤ) recorded further up in the list (7.5).1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 316ff.
Column 7.20
Royal Canon of Turin 7.20 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.20 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Userkara Khendjer, x years ...
nsw-bit wsr ... rꜤ ḫnḏr rꜤ rnpt ...

KingKhendjer (100th king)DynastyXIII (16)
GardinerVI 20 + VI 11Fragment76 + 78
The second rꜤ was a misinterpretation by the scribe of the similar-looking Aa1-sign ().1
1.   Compare Möller, Hieratische Paläographie II, No. 574 and 303.
Column 7.21
Royal Canon of Turin 7.21 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.21 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...kara Imyremeshaw, 4 days
nsw-bit ... kꜢ-rꜤ imy-r-mšꜤw ... hrw 4

KingImyremeshaw (101st king)DynastyXIII (17)
GardinerVI 21Fragment76 + 78 + 71
The nomen Imyremeshaw1 was a military title, but was on occasion also a personal name for families with a military tradition.2 The position of fr. 71 is tenative.3
1.   With prenomen on colossal statue Cairo JE 37466 (statue). See Flinders Petrie, Tanis I, (London: 1885), Plate III (17 B)
2.   Ryholt 1997: 221f.
3.   id. 22, 71. Ryholt posed that fr. 71 should be disregarded, yet it is present in his Fig. 10, ten rows down compared to Gardiner.
Column 7.22
Royal Canon of Turin 7.22 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.22 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Sehotepkara Intef, ... 3 days
... s-ḥtp-kꜢ-rꜤ ... in.t=f ... 3

KingIntef IV (102nd king)DynastyXIII (18)
GardinerVI 22Fragment78 + 80 + 71
The position of fr. 71 is tenative.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 22, 71. Ryholt posed that fr. 71 should be disregarded, yet it is present in his Fig. 10, ten rows down compared to Gardiner.
Column 7.23
Royal Canon of Turin 7.23 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.23 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Meribra Seth ... 6 days
nsw-bit ... mr-ib-rꜤ ... stẖ ... 6

KingMeribra Seth (103rd king)DynastyXIII (19)
GardinerVI 23Fragment79 + 80 + 71
Gardiner removed part of Fr. 79.1 The position of fr. 71 is tenative2.
1.   Gardiner 1959: 16 (VI 23 a). See unplaced fragment 79a below for a description of the removed fragment.
2.   Ryholt 1997: 22, 71. Ryholt posed that fr. 71 should be disregarded, yet it is present in his Fig. 10, ten rows down compared to Gardiner.
Column 7.24
Royal Canon of Turin 7.24 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.24 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Sekhemkara Wadjtawy Sobekhotep, 4 years, 2 months x days
nsw-bit sḫm-kꜢ-rꜤ wꜢḏ-tꜢ.wy sbk-ḥtp rnpt 4 Ꜣbd 2 hrw x

KingSobekhotep III (104th king)DynastyXIII (20)
GardinerVI 24Fragment79 + 80
The partial kꜢ-sign following sḫm is almost certain.1 Gardiner recorded only 2 strokes on either side of the small lacuna on fr. 80,2 but as can be seen on Lepsius' facsimile, there are 4 strokes, or years.3
1.   Gardiner 1959: 16 (VI 24 a)
2.   id. plate III.
3.   Ryholt 1997: 74
Column 7.25
Royal Canon of Turin 7.25 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.25 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Khasekhemra Neferhotep, son of Haankhef, 11 years, 1 month ...
nsw-bit ḫꜤ-sḫm-rꜤ nfr-ḥtp) sꜢ ḥꜢ-Ꜥnḫ=f rnpt 11 Ꜣbd 1 ...

KingNeferhotep I (105th king)DynastyXIII (21)
GardinerVI 25Fragment79 + 80
Only a vertical trace of the number of months remains as the papyrus breaks off, it could be 1-5, or 10-11.1
1.   Möller, Hieratische Paläographie II, Nos. 614-623. The vertical component would seem to rule out numbers 6-9.
Column 7.26
Royal Canon of Turin 7.26 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.26 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Sihathor ... years ... 3 days ...
nsw-bit sꜢ-ḥw.t-ḥr rnpt ... hrw 3

KingSihathor (106th king)DynastyXIII (22)
GardinerVI 26Fragment79 + 80
Column 7.27
Royal Canon of Turin 7.27 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.27 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Khaneferra Sobekhotep ...
nsw-bit ḫꜤ-nfr-rꜤ sbk-ḥtp ...

KingSobekhotep IV (107th king)DynastyXIII (23)
GardinerVI 27Fragment79 + 80
Column 7.28
Royal Canon of Turin 7.28 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 7.28 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingSobekhotep V (108th king)DynastyXIII (24)
The name is lost, but Sobekhotep V succeeded Sobekhotep IV and was himself succeeded by Sobekhotep VI, which would place his name here.
 

Column 8

29 rows — 28 kings.

Twenty-nine rows with the names of twenty-eight kings of the poorly attested kings of the Thirteenth Dynasty.

 
Column 8.1
Royal Canon of Turin 8.1 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 8.1 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Khahotepra, 4 years, 8 months, 29 days
nsw-bit ḫꜤ-ḥtp-rꜤ rnpt 4 Ꜣbdw 8 hrw 29

KingSobekhotep VI (109th king)DynastyXIII (25)
GardinerVII 1Fragment81 + 97
For some reason the scribe omitted the ditto mark before the number of days.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Karnak Canon 46ḫꜤ-[ḥtp]-rꜤKha(hotep)ra
Column 8.2
Royal Canon of Turin 8.2 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 8.2 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Wahibra Jaib, 10 years, 8 months, 28 days
nsw-bit wꜢḥ-ib-rꜤ iꜤ-ib rnpt 10 Ꜣbdw 8 hrw 28

KingWahibra Jaib (110th king)DynastyXIII (26)
GardinerVII 2Fragment81 + 97
Column 8.3
Royal Canon of Turin 8.3 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 8.3 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Merneferra, he acted as king for 23 years, 8 months and 18 days
nsw-bit mr-nrf-rꜤ ir.n=f m nsi.t rnpt 23 Ꜣbd 8 hrw 18

KingAya (111th king)DynastyXIII (27)
GardinerVII 3Fragment81 + 97
The curved line at the end is a sort of bracket around a longer than usual line that intrudes on the next column, also seen in (3.14), (5.16) and (7.3). The number of years is almost certainly 23.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 74; Gardiner 1959: 16 (VII 3 a)
Column 8.4
Royal Canon of Turin 8.4 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 8.4 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Merhotepra, 2 years, 2-4 months, 9 days
nsw-bit mr-ḥtp-rꜤ rnpt 2 Ꜣbdw 2 hrw 9

KingIni (112th king)DynastyXIII (28)
GardinerVII 4Fragment81 + 97
The partial number between fr. 81 and 97 can be any number from two to four.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 192
Column 8.5
Royal Canon of Turin 8.5 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 8.5 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Sankhenra Sewadjtu, 3 years, 2-4 months ...
nsw-bit s-Ꜥnḫ-n-rꜤ s-wꜢḏ-tw rnpt 3 Ꜣbdw 2 ...

KingSewadjtu (113th king)DynastyXIII (29)
GardinerVII 5Fragment81 + 97
The number of months can be from two to four, the number of days are lost.1
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Karnak Canon 38s.wꜢḏ-n-rꜤSewadjenra
1.   Ryholt 1997: 192, 356 (File 13/35)
Column 8.6
Royal Canon of Turin 8.6 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 8.6 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Mersekhemra Ined, 3 years, 1 month, 1 day
nsw-bit mr-sḫm-rꜤ ind ... rnpt 3 Ꜣbd 1 hrw 1

KingIned (114th king)DynastyXIII (30)
GardinerVII 6Fragment81 + 98
The last two signs in the cartouche are doubtful1, but the nomen is clearly read as ind.2
1.   Gardiner 1959: 16 (VII 6 a)
2.   Ryholt 1997: 75
Column 8.7
Royal Canon of Turin 8.7 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 8.7 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Sewadjkara Hori, 5 years ... 8 days
nsw-bit s.wꜢḏ-kꜢ-rꜤ ḥrw-i rnpt 5 ... hrw 8

KingSewadjkara Hori (115th king)DynastyXIII (31)
GardinerVII 7Fragment81 + 98
This row contains an anomaly in that there are two cartouche closes. The ditto marks for months and days, as well as the number of months are lost, but the numbers are certain.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 192
Column 8.8
Royal Canon of Turin 8.8 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 8.8 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Merkaura Sobekhotep, 2 years ... 4 days
nsw-bit mr-kꜢw-rꜤ sbk-ḥtp rnpt 2 ... hrw 4

KingSobekhotep VII (116th king)DynastyXIII (32)
GardinerVII 8Fragment86 + 81 + 83 + 98
The traces after the kꜢ-sign are simply traces of the horizontal plural strokes. The divine determinative (G7) following the cartouche close has been left out due to lack of space.1
Restoration
Ryholt 1997: 71, 192

Hieroglyphic restoration of 8.8 Royal Canon of Turin by Ryholt 1997: 71, 192

The Dual King Merkaura Sobekhotep, 2 years, x months, 4 days
nsw-bit mr-kꜢw-rꜤ sbk-ḥtp rnpt 2 ... hrw 4

Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Karnak Canon 42mr-kꜢw-rꜤMerkaura
1.   Ryholt 1997: 75
Column 8.9
Royal Canon of Turin 8.9 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 8.9 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... 11 days
nsw-bit ... hrw 11

KingUnknown (117th king)DynastyXIII (33)
GardinerVII 9Fragment86 + 98
Only a tiny trace of the title and the number of days at the end remain.
Column 8.10
Royal Canon of Turin 8.10 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 8.10 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... 3 ...
nsw-bit ... 3 ...

KingUnknown (118th king)DynastyXIII (34)
GardinerVII 10Fragment98
Only traces of a number at the end remains, read as a 3 by Gardiner.
1.   Gardiner 1959: pl. 3
Column 8.11
  THE PAPYRUS IS MISSING  
Royal Canon of Turin 8.11 (papyrus lost, no hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (119th king)DynastyXIII (35)
Column 8.12
  THE PAPYRUS IS MISSING  
Royal Canon of Turin 8.12 (papyrus lost, no hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (120th king)DynastyXIII (36)
Column 8.13
  THE PAPYRUS IS MISSING  
Royal Canon of Turin 8.13 (papyrus lost, no hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (121st king)DynastyXIII (37)
Column 8.14
Royal Canon of Turin 8.14 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 8.14 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (122nd king)DynastyXIII (38)
GardinerVII 20Fragment87
The horizontal fibres of fr. 87 correspond horizontally with fr. 70, and vertically with fr. 81.1 Ryholt agreed to move the fragment up one line, from (8.15 to 8.14).2
1.   Ryholt 1997: 23
2.   Allen 1999: 52 n. 19
Column 8.15
Royal Canon of Turin 8.15 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 8.15 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King, Mer ...ra ...
nsw-bit ... mr ... rꜤ ...

KingUnknown (123rd king)DynastyXIII (39)
Column 8.16
Royal Canon of Turin 8.16 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 8.16 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Mer-kheper-Ra ...
nsw-bit mr-ḫpr-rꜤ ...

KingUnknown (124th king)DynastyXIII (40)
GardinerVI 21Fragment87
Column 8.17
Royal Canon of Turin 8.17 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 8.17 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Merkara ...
nsw-bit mr-kꜢ-rꜤ ...

KingMerkara (125th king)DynastyXIII (41)
GardinerVI 22Fragment88 + 87
The vertical position of fr. 88 is uncertain, but there is a fibre match with fr. 81, which assures the horizontal position.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 23
Column 8.18
Royal Canon of Turin 8.18 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 8.18 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (126th king)DynastyXIII (42)
Nothing of the name remains, only the cartouche close and divine detrminatives.
Column 8.19
Royal Canon of Turin 8.19 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 8.19 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (127th king)DynastyXIII (43)
Column 8.20
Royal Canon of Turin 8.20 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 8.20 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...dj...
nsw-bit ... ḏ ...

KingUnknown (128th king)DynastyXIII (44)
GardinerVII 12Fragment82 + 94
The small fragment at the top of fr. 94 is not present in Lepsius, but was added by Farina and presented by Gardiner as one fragment.1 The signs were traced from Farina's poor photo.2
1.   Gardiner 1959: 16 (VII 12 a)
2.   Farina 1938: pl. VI.
Column 8.21
Royal Canon of Turin 8.21 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 8.21 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...mes ...
nsw-bit ...-ms ...

King...mes (129th king)DynastyXIII (45)
GardinerVII 13Fragment82 + 94
The F31 sign (ms) is not used in the prenomen of any known king until the Late Period, which make this entry almost certain to hold a nomen.1 The only known nomen of the SIP that possibly fit is Dedumose, despite Ryholt's objections.2
1.   Allen 1999: 68 n. 17
2.   Ryholt 1997: 358
Column 8.22
Royal Canon of Turin 8.22 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 8.22 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...maatra Ibi ...
nsw-bit ...-mꜢꜤt-rꜤ ibi ...

King...maatra Ibi (130th king)DynastyXIII (46)
GardinerVII 14Fragment93 + 94
This is the only record of this king, there are no other attestations.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 358 (File 13/52)
Column 8.23
Royal Canon of Turin 8.23 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 8.23 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...webenra Hor ...
nsw-bit wbn-...-rꜤ ḥrw ...

King...webenra Hor (131st king)DynastyXIII (47)
GardinerVII 15Fragment93 + 94
This is the only record of this king, there are no other attestations.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 73, 358 (File 13/53)
Column 8.24
Royal Canon of Turin 8.24 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 8.24 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Se...kara ...
nsw-bit s...-kꜤ-rꜤ ...

King...kara (132nd king)DynastyXIII (48)
GardinerVII 16Fragment93 + 95
A tiny fragment added by Farina complete the cartouche open and add the first two signs of the name. There is no comment about this by Gardiner, but it is quite obvious from Lepsius' edition,1 which only record the cartouche open. This is the only record of this king, there are no other attestations.2
1.   Compare Lepsius, Auswahl, pl. V (bottom of col. VIII) contra Gardiner 1959: pl. III (col. VII, row 16)
2.   Ryholt 1997: 73, 358 (File 13/54)
Column 8.25
Royal Canon of Turin 8.25 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 8.25 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...qaenra ...
nsw-bit ...-ḳ-n-rꜤ ...

KingSankhptahi (133rd king)DynastyXIII (49)
GardinerVII 17Fragment93 + 95
The partial trace before the n is either a p, or more likely a , making the prenomen of Sankhptahi the only king of the period matching the sequence of signs.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 239
Column 8.26
Royal Canon of Turin 8.26 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 8.26 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...ra ...
nsw-bit ... rꜤ ...

King...ra (134th king)DynastyXIII (50)
GardinerVII 18Fragment93 + 95
Only the initial sign of the name is remain, the rest is lost.
Column 8.27
Royal Canon of Turin 8.27 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 8.27 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...enra ... n ia ...
nsw-bit ... n-rꜤ ... n-iꜢ ...

King...en(ra) (135th king)DynastyXIII (51)
GardinerX 29Fragment96 + 93 + ? + 134
Gardiner and Ryholt place fragment 134 at the bottom of col. 10, Ryholt has since agreed that both horizontal and vertical fibre corresprondences makes the correct placement at the bottom of column 8.1
1.   Allen 1999: 67 n. 3; Ryholt 2004: 137 n. 20
Column 8.28
Royal Canon of Turin 8.28 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 8.28 (hieroglyphics)

... kings ...
... nswyt ...

 Summation 
GardinerX 30Fragment134
Possibly the Summation of the Thirteenth Dynasty. The horizontal and vertical fibre correspondences of fr. 134 assure the correct placement at the bottom of column 8.1 According to Manetho, 60 kings ruled from Diospolis for a total of 453 years.2
1.   Allen 1999: 67 n. 3; Ryholt 2004: 137 n. 20
2.   Adler and Tuffin, The Chronography of George Synkellos, 86f.
Column 8.29
Royal Canon of Turin 8.29 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 8.29 (hieroglyphics)

 Heading? 
GardinerX 31Fragment134
This row would either have contained a the record of yet another Thirteenth Dynasty king, a heading for the Fourteenth Dynasty, or the record of a Fourteenth Dynasty king. There could also have been a lacuna notation for a unknown number of kings that were themselves lost in a lacuna in the original king list.1 However, it does seem unlikely to be a heading since there should be some traces of writing, as this should be a rather long row.
1.   Ryholt 1997: 12, 97f.
 

Column 9

30 rows — 30 kings.

Thirty rows with the names of thirty kings of the Fourteenth Dynasty. This dynasty was concurrent with the Thirteenth Dynasty.

 
Column 9.1
Royal Canon of Turin 9.1 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.1 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Nehesy reigned 0 years, x months, 3 days
nsw-bit nḥsi rnpt 0 Ꜣbdw x hrw 3

KingNehesi (136th king)DynastyXIV (1)
GardinerVIII 1Fragment97
The trace where the papyrus breaks off following the year is been read as a ditto mark, indicating zero years, with the months lost, and only the number of days remaining.1 However, it cannot be excluded that the trace after the year sign should be read as a number rather than a ditto mark, yielding x years, 3 months (and 0 days).2 The figure for number of years could be read as any of 1, 2, 3, 8, 10, 20, 30, or 40.3
1.   Ryholt 1997: 198
2.   Ryholt 2018: 253, fig. 8
3.   ibid.
Column 9.2
Royal Canon of Turin 9.2 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.2 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Khatira ... 3 ...
nsw-bit ḫꜤ-ti-rꜤ ... 3 ...

KingKhakherura (137th king)DynastyXIV (2)
GardinerVIII 2Fragment97
The pestle sign (U33, ti) was certainly an error by the scribe for the very similar oar-sign (P8, ḫrw).1 The spurious name name Khatira can thus be emended Khakherura (ḫa-ḫrw-rꜤ).2
1.   Gardiner 1959: 15 (VIII 2 a). Cf. also Möller, Hieratische Paläographie II, No. 381 vs 401.
2.   Ryholt 1997: 378 (File 14/7)
Column 9.3
Royal Canon of Turin 9.3 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.3 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Nebfaura, reigned 1 year, 5 months, 15 days
nsw-bit nb-fꜢw-rꜤ rnpt 1 Ꜣbdw 5 hrw 15

KingNebfaura (138th king)DynastyXIV (3)
GardinerVIII 3Fragment97
This is the only record of this king, there are no other attestations.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 379 (File 14/8)
Column 9.4
Royal Canon of Turin 9.4 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.4 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Sehabra, he acted as king for 3 years, x months, 1 day
nsw-bit s-ḥb-rꜤ ir.n=f m nswyt rnpt 3 Ꜣbd x hrw 1

KingSehabra (139th king)DynastyXIV (4)
GardinerVIII 4Fragment97
The end of a long row in the previous column (8.3) encroach the start of this line. This is the only record of this king, there are no other attestations1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 379 (File 14/9)
Column 9.5
Royal Canon of Turin 9.5 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.5 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Merdjefara reigned 3-4 years ...
nsw-bit mr-ḏfꜢ-rꜤ rnpt 3-4 ...

KingMerdjefara (140th king)DynastyXIV (5)
GardinerVIII 5Fragment97
As the papyrus cuts off after three vertical stokes, the number of years is either 3 or 4.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 379 (File 14/10)
Column 9.6
Royal Canon of Turin 9.6 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.6 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Sewadjkara, 1 year, x months x days
nsw-bit swꜢḏ-kꜢ-rꜤ rnpt 1 Ꜣbdw x hrw x

KingSewadjkara III (141st king)DynastyXIV (6)
GardinerVIII 6Fragment97
The months and days are lost, and fr. 75 (containing numbers) placed by Farina1 does not belong here,2 but at the end of column 7 (i.e. 7.10-13).3
1.   Farina 1938: 47
2.   Gardiner 1959: 17 (VIII 6 a)
3.   Ryholt 1997: 21
Column 9.7
Royal Canon of Turin 9.7 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.7 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Nebdjefara reigned 1 year, x months x days
nsw-bit nb-ḏfꜢ-rꜤ rnpt 1 Ꜣbdw x hrw x

KingNeb... (lacuna) (142nd king)DynastyXIV (7)
GardinerVIII 7Fragment98 + 97
This is the only record of this king, there are no other attestations.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 379 (File 14/12)
Column 9.8
Royal Canon of Turin 9.8 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.8 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Webenra reigned 0 years, x months x days
nsw-bit wbn-rꜤ rnpt 0 Ꜣbdw x hrw x

KingWebenra (143rd king)DynastyXIV (8)
GardinerVIII 8Fragment98 + 97
This is the only record of this king, there are no other attestations.1 The unreadable sign after the year notation seem to indicate a reading of zero years.2
1.   Ryholt 1997: 379 (File 14/13)
2.   Ryholt 1997: 198
Column 9.9
Royal Canon of Turin 9.9 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.9 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... 1 year, x months ...
nsw-bit ... rnpt 1 Ꜣbdw ...

KingUnknown (144th king)DynastyXIV (9)
GardinerVIII 9Fragment98 + 99 + 97
Only tiny traces of an unreadable name remain, with a reign of one year, the number of months and days are lost.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 198, 379 (File 14/14)
Column 9.10
Royal Canon of Turin 9.10 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.10 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...djefara reigned 0 years, 4 months ...
nsw-bit ...- ḏfꜢ-rꜤ rnpt 0 Ꜣbdw 4 ...

King...djefara (145th king)DynastyXIV (10)
GardinerVIII 10Fragment98 + 99 + 97
Only a partial name is preserved, the rest is lost. This is the only record of this king, there are no other attestations.1 The lack of space for the number of years before the ditto mark for months indicate zero years.2
1.   Ryholt 1997: 379 (File 14/15)
2.   Ryholt 1997: 198
Column 9.11
Royal Canon of Turin 9.11 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.11 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...benra ... x years, 3 months ...
nsw-bit ...-bn-rꜤ rnpt 3 Ꜣbdw ...

King...benra (146th king)DynastyXIV (11)
GardinerVIII 11Fragment98 + 99 + 97
This is the only record of this king, there are no other attestations.1 The number of years is lost, but the reading of 3 months is likely, as it is placed directly below the previous entry for months (9.10).2
1.   Ryholt 1997: 379 (File 14/16)
2.   Ryholt 1997: 198
Column 9.12
Royal Canon of Turin 9.12 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.12 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Autibra reigned x years, lacuna months, 18 days
nsw-bit Ꜣw-ib-rꜤ ... rnpt x Ꜣbdw wsf hrw 18

KingAutibra (147th king)DynastyXIV (12)
GardinerVIII 12Fragment98 + 100
The lacuna marks that the number of months was lost.1 This is the only record of this king, there are no other attestations.2 The number eight at the end is badly damaged but certain.
1.   Ryholt 1997: 10, 198
2.   Ryholt 1997: 379 (File 14/17)
Column 9.13
Royal Canon of Turin 9.13 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.13 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Heribra, may he live, prosper and be healthy ... 29 days
nsw-bit hr-ib-rꜤ Ꜥnḫ wḏꜢ snb ... hrw 29

KingHeribra (148th king)DynastyXIV (13)
GardinerVIII 13Fragment98 + 100
This is the only record of this king, there are no other attestations.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 379 (File 14/18)
Column 9.14
Royal Canon of Turin 9.14 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.14 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Nebsenra ... 5 months, 20 days, lacuna ...
nsw-bit nb-sn-rꜤ ... hrw 5 hrw 20 wsf ...

KingNebsenra (149th king)DynastyXIV (14)
GardinerVIII 14Fragment98 + 100
The number of years is lost. The lacuna notation at the end suggest that the records for an unknown number of kings were lost in lacuna.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 12, 379 (File 14/19 and 14/20)
Column 9.15
Royal Canon of Turin 9.15 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.15 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ..ra. ... 21 days ...
nsw-bit ...rꜤ ... hrw 21

King...ra (150th king)DynastyXIV (15)
GardinerVIII 15Fragment101 + 100
The name is lost, only the number of days remain. The papyrus break off, but it is clear that the number could be in the 21-24 days range.
Column 9.16
Royal Canon of Turin 9.16 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.16 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Sekheperenra reigned 0 years, 2 months, 1-4 days ...
nsw-bit s-ḫpr-n-rꜤ ... rnpt 0 Ꜣbdw 2 hrw 1-4

KingSekheperenra (151st king)DynastyXIV (16)
GardinerVIII 16Fragment101 + 100
The dot after the year signs is a clear indication that the years should be read as zero.1 Only a 1 is preserved for the number of days, but any number from 1-4 could have stood where the papyrus breaks off.
1.   Ryholt 1997: 198.
Column 9.17
Royal Canon of Turin 9.17 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.17 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Djedkherura reigned 0 years, 2 months, 5 days
nsw-bit ḏd-ḫrw-rꜤ ... rnpt 0 Ꜣbd 2 hrw 5

KingDjedkherura (152nd king)DynastyXIV (17)
GardinerVIII 17Fragment101 + 100
The dot after the year signs is a clear indication that the years should be read as zero.1 This is the only record of this king, there are no other attestations.2
1.   Ryholt 1997: 198.
2.   Ryholt 1997: 379 (File 14/23)
Column 9.18
Royal Canon of Turin 9.18 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.18 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Sankhibra, ... 19 days ...
nsw-bit s.Ꜥnḫ-ib-rꜤ ... hrw 19

KingSankhibra (153rd king)DynastyXIV (18)
GardinerVIII 18Fragment101 + 102 + 69
This is the only record of this king, there are no other attestations.1 The year and month numbers are lost, and the days number can be 10 or 20, followed by the sublinear tail of a nine, yielding a probable 19 days, or less likely 29.
1.   Ryholt 1997: 397 (File 14/24)
2.   Ryholt 1997: 198
Column 9.19
Royal Canon of Turin 9.19 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.19 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Nefertum...ra ... 18 days
nsw-bit nfr-tm-rꜤ ... hrw 18

KingNefertum...ra (154th king)DynastyXIV (19)
GardinerVIII 19Fragment101 + 102 + 69
This is the only record of this king, there are no other attestations.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 397 (File 14/25)
Column 9.20
Royal Canon of Turin 9.20 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.20 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Sekhem...ra, he acted as king for ... months ...
nsw-bit sḫm-...-rꜤ ir.n ... ns.t ... Ꜣbd

KingSekhem...ra (155th king)DynastyXIV (20)
GardinerVIII 20Fragment101 + 103 + 104 + 69
Column 9.21
Royal Canon of Turin 9.21 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.21 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Kakemura, ... year ...
nsw-bit kꜢ-km.w-rꜤ ... rnpt ...

KingKakemu..ra (156th king)DynastyXIV (21)
GardinerVIII 24Fragment101 + 103 + 104
Column 9.22
Royal Canon of Turin 9.22 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.22 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Neferibra x years ...
nsw-bit nfr-ib-rꜤ ...s rnpt ...

KingNeferibra (157th king)DynastyXIV (22)
GardinerVIII 22Fragment101 + 103 + 104
Column 9.23
Royal Canon of Turin 9.23 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.23 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King I...ra, may he live, prosper and be healthy, x years ...
nsw-bit i-...-rꜤ Ꜥnḫ wḏꜢ snb rnpt ...

KingI...ra (158th king)DynastyXIV (23)
GardinerVIII 23Fragment101 + 103
Ibscher added a tiny fragment to fr. 101 here that is not present in Lepsius.1
1.   Compare fr. 101 in Farina 1938: pl. VIII to Lepsius, Auswahl, pl. V
Column 9.24
Royal Canon of Turin 9.24 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.24 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Khakara ...
nsw-bit ḫꜤ-kꜢ-rꜤ ...

KingKhakara (159th king)DynastyXIV (24)
GardinerVIII 24Fragment101 + 123 + 103
The horizontal fibres of fr. 123 corresponds with fr. 101.1 The upper part of fr. 1232 must have been added by Ibscher or Farina,3 as it is not present in Lepsius.4 However, Ryholt did not comment on the removal of this small fragment, which I have marked as unplaced fr. 123* for now.
1.   Ryholt 1997: 24
2.   Gardiner 1959: pl. III
3.   Farina 1938: pl. IX.
4.   Lepsius, Auswahl, pl. VI.
Column 9.25
Royal Canon of Turin 9.25 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.25 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Aakara ...
nsw-bit ꜤꜢ-kꜢ-rꜤ ...

KingAakara (160th king)DynastyXIV (25)
GardinerVIII 25Fragment101 + 123
The traces where the fragment break off is likely the beginning of a nomen, but cannot be identified.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 99
Column 9.26
Royal Canon of Turin 9.26 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.26 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Semenenra Hapu...
nsw-bit s-mn-n-rꜤ hp.w ...

KingSemenenra Hapu (161st king)DynastyXIV (26)
GardinerVIII 26Fragment101 + 123
The N21-sign (r) tentatively read by Gardiner, can be confidently read as the determinative Y1-sign.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 99
Column 9.27
Royal Canon of Turin 9.27 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.27 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Djedkara Nebnati ...
nsw-bit ḏd-kꜢ-rꜤ nb-nꜤ-ti ...

KingDjedkara ꜤAnati (162nd king)DynastyXIV (27)
GardinerVIII 27Fragment101 + 123
The V30-sign (nb) is likely a mistake for O29 (ꜤꜢ),1 which would yield the correct name ꜤAnati (ꜤꜢ-nꜤti),2 and the last sign is the determinative of a seated man (A1), not the walking legs (D54) which are very similar in hieratic.3
Restoration
Ryholt 1997: 99f.

Hieroglyphic restoration of 9.27 Royal Canon of Turin by Ryholt 1997: 99f.

nsw-bit ḏd-kꜢ-rꜤ ꜤꜢ-nꜤti ...
The Dual King Djedkara ꜤAnati ...
1.   Compare Möller, Hieratische Paläographie II, No. 510 vs. 363B
2.   Ryholt 1997: 99
3.   Compare Möller, Hieratische Paläographie II, No. 119 vs. 33B
Column 9.28
Royal Canon of Turin 9.28 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.28 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...ka... Bebnum
nsw-bit ...-kꜢ bbnm ...

King...kara Bebnum (163rd king)DynastyXIV (28)
GardinerIX 30Fragment123
The last sign is the determinative of a seated man (A1),1 not the walking legs (D54) which are very similar in hieratic.2
1.   Ryholt 1997: 99
2.   Compare Möller, Hieratische Paläographie II, No. 119 vs. 33B
Column 9.29
Royal Canon of Turin 9.29 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.29 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (164th king)DynastyXIV (29)
GardinerIX 31Fragment123
Only traces of the cartouche close remain, the name is lost.
Column 9.30
Royal Canon of Turin 9.30 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 9.30 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (165th king)DynastyXIV (30)
The papyrus is lost.
 

Column 10

31 rows — 27 kings.

Thirty-one rows with 27 kings bringing an end to the kings of the Fourteenth Dynasty. The invading Hyksos kings of the Fifteenth Dynasty are included, which confim that the list of kings was seemingly compiled without bias.

 
Column 10.1
Royal Canon of Turin 10.1 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 10.1 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...ra ...
nsw-bit rꜤ...

King...ra (166th king)DynastyXIV (31)
GardinerX 1Fragment105
Only the opening cartouche with the divine sun-disc remain, the name is lost.
Column 10.2
Royal Canon of Turin 10.2 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 10.2 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (167th king)DynastyXIV (32)
GardinerX 2Fragment105
Only the partial title remain, the name is lost.
Column 10.3
Royal Canon of Turin 10.3 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 10.3 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (168th king)DynastyXIV (33)
GardinerX 3Fragment105
Only the partial title remain, the name is lost.
Column 10.4
Royal Canon of Turin 10.4 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 10.4 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (169th king)DynastyXIV (34)
GardinerX 4Fragment105
The entire row is lost in lacuna.
Column 10.5
Royal Canon of Turin 10.5 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 10.5 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...ra ...
nsw-bit ...rꜤ ...

King...ra (170th king)DynastyXIV (35)
GardinerX 5Fragment108
Only traces of the title and opening cartouche remain, the name is lost.
Column 10.6
Royal Canon of Turin 10.6 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 10.6 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...ra ...
nsw-bit ...rꜤ ...

King...ra (171st king)DynastyXIV (36)
GardinerX 6Fragment108
Only the title and the opening cartouche remain, the name is lost.
Column 10.7
Royal Canon of Turin 10.7 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 10.7 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Senefer...ra ...
nsw-bit s-nfr...rꜤ ...

KingSenefer...ra (172nd king)DynastyXIV (37)
GardinerX 7Fragment108
This is the only record of this king, there are no other attestations.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 380 (File 14/43)
Column 10.8
Royal Canon of Turin 10.8 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 10.8 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Men...ra ...
nsw-bit mn...rꜤ ...

KingMen...ra (173rd king)DynastyXIV (38)
GardinerX 8Fragment108
This is the only record of this king, there are no other attestations.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 380 (File 14/44)
Column 10.9
Royal Canon of Turin 10.9 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 10.9 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Djed...ra
nsw-bit ḏd...rꜤ ...

KingDjed... (174th king)DynastyXIV (39)
GardinerX 9Fragment108
This is the only record of this king, there are no other attestations.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 380 (File 14/45)
Column 10.10
Royal Canon of Turin 10.10 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 10.10 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (175th king)DynastyXIV (40)
GardinerX 10Fragment108
Only traces of the title remain, the name is lost.
Column 10.11
Royal Canon of Turin 10.11 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 10.11 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (176th king)DynastyXIV (41)
GardinerX 12Fragment112
A horizontal fibre-match between fr. 112 and fr. 100 in column 9 to the right shows that it should be moved up one line compared to Gardiner.1 The name is lost, only a tiny trace of the title remain.
1.   Ryholt 1997: 24 (§1.1.3.2.4)
Column 10.12
Royal Canon of Turin 10.12 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 10.12 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (177th king)DynastyXIV (42)
GardinerX 13Fragment112
Only a few traces of an unreadable name remains. A horizontal fibre-match between fr. 112 and fr. 100 in column 9 to the right shows that it should be moved up one line compared to Gardiner.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 24 (§1.1.3.2.4)
Column 10.13
Royal Canon of Turin 10.13 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 10.13 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Inek...
nsw-bit ink...

KingInek... (178th king)DynastyXIV (43)
GardinerX 14Fragment112
A horizontal fibre-match between fr. 112 and fr. 100 in column 9 to the right shows that it should be moved up one line compared to Gardiner.1 The king is otherwise unattested.2
1.   Ryholt 1997: 24 (§1.1.3.2.4)
2.   Ryholt 1997: 380 (File 14/49)
Column 10.14
Royal Canon of Turin 10.14 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 10.14 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King 'A...
nsw-bit i...

King'A... (179th king)DynastyXIV (44)
GardinerX 15Fragment112
A horizontal fibre-match between fr. 112 and fr. 100 in column 9 to the right shows that it should be moved up one line compared to Gardiner.1 This unknown king is otherwise unattested.2
1.   Ryholt 1997: 24 (§1.1.3.2.4)
2.   Ryholt 1997: 380 (File 14/50)
Column 10.15
Royal Canon of Turin 10.15 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 10.15 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Ip...
nsw-bit ip...

KingIp... (180th king)DynastyXIV (45)
GardinerX 16Fragment112
A horizontal fibre-match between fr. 112 and fr. 100 in column 9 to the right shows that it should be moved up one line compared to Gardiner.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 24 (§1.1.3.2.4)
Column 10.16
Royal Canon of Turin 10.16 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 10.16 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (181st king)DynastyXIV (46)
The entire row is lost.
Column 10.17
  THE PAPYRUS IS MISSING  
Royal Canon of Turin 10.17 (papyrus lost, no hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (182nd king)DynastyXIV (47)
The papyrus is lost.
Column 10.18
  THE PAPYRUS IS MISSING  
Royal Canon of Turin 10.18 (papyrus lost, no hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (183rd king)DynastyXIV (48)
The papyrus is lost.
Column 10.19
  THE PAPYRUS IS MISSING  
Royal Canon of Turin 10.19 (papyrus lost, no hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (184th king)DynastyXIV (49)
The papyrus is lost.
Column 10.20
  THE PAPYRUS IS MISSING  
Royal Canon of Turin 10.20 (papyrus lost, no hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (185th king)DynastyXIV (50)
The papyrus is lost.
Column 10.21
Royal Canon of Turin 10.21 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 10.21 (hieroglyphics)

Total: X kings have reigned ... years ...
dmḏ nsw ... ir.n=sn rnpt ...

 Summation 
GardinerX /13Fragment?
Summation of the Fourteenth Dynasty. Ryholt moved Gardiner's placement of the fragment down eight lines,1 According to Manetho, 76 kings ruled the Fourteenth Dynasty for a total of 184 years.2 Note that the tenatively traced hieratic signs are from the poor photo of Farina, and in dire need of improvement.3
Restoration
Ryholt, Political Situation, 25-26

Hieroglyphic restoration of 10.21 Royal Canon of Turin by Ryholt, <em>Political Situation</em>, 25-26

dmḏ nsw ... ir.n=sn rnpt ... Ꜣbd ... hrw ...
Total: x kings. They made up x years, x months and x days
1.   Ryholt 1997: 25-26., fig. 11 p. 95
2.   Adler and Tuffin, The Chronography of George Synkellos, 86f.
3.   Farina 1938: plate X
Column 10.22
Royal Canon of Turin 10.22 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 10.22 (hieroglyphics)

 Heading 
GardinerX /14Fragment?
Possibly contained the heading for the Fifteenth Dynasty of foreign kings (Hyksos) that conquered the northern parts of the kingdom.
Column 10.23
  THE PAPYRUS IS MISSING  
Royal Canon of Turin 10.23 (papyrus lost, no hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (186th king)DynastyXV (1)
Since title is lost, there is no evidence either way that the often claimed Ruler of foreign lands Heqakhasut (ḥḳꜢ-ḫꜢswt) appeared here,1 instead of the regular nsw-bit.
1.   Ryholt 1997: 123ff.; Ryholt 2004: 142
Column 10.24
  THE PAPYRUS IS MISSING  
Royal Canon of Turin 10.24 (papyrus lost, no hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (187th king)DynastyXV (2)
Since title is lost, there is no evidence either way that the often claimed Ruler of foreign lands Heqakhasut (ḥḳꜢ-ḫꜢswt) appeared here,1 instead of the regular nsw-bit.
1.   Ryholt 1997: 123ff.; Ryholt 2004: 142
Column 10.25
  THE PAPYRUS IS MISSING  
Royal Canon of Turin 10.25 (papyrus lost, no hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (188th king)DynastyXV (3)
Since title is lost, there is no evidence either way that the often claimed Ruler of foreign lands Heqakhasut (ḥḳꜢ-ḫꜢswt) appeared here,1 instead of the regular nsw-bit.
1.   Ryholt 1997: 123ff.; Ryholt 2004: 142
Column 10.26
Royal Canon of Turin 10.26 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 10.26 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... 10 + x years
nsw-bit ... rnpt 10 ...

KingUnknown (189th king)DynastyXV (4)
GardinerX /16FragmentX/16-17
The number may be a 10, 20, or 30, as only a trace of the right leg of the ten-sign remain.1 The signs are slightly uncertain, traced from the poor photo of Farina. Since title is lost, there is no evidence either way that the often claimed Ruler of foreign lands Heqakhasut (ḥḳꜢ-ḫꜢswt) appeared here,1 instead of the regular nsw-bit.
1.   Ryholt 1997: 119, note 398
2.   Ryholt 1997: 123ff.; Ryholt 2004: 142
Column 10.27
Royal Canon of Turin 10.27 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 10.27 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... 40 + x years
nsw-bit ... rnpt 40 ...

KingUnknown (190th king)DynastyXV (5)
GardinerX /17FragmentX16-17 + X/20-21
Of the kings of this Dynasty, only Apepi is known to have ruled for more than 30 years, so this is normally ascribed to him. The signs are slightly uncertain, traced from the poor photo of Farina. Since the start of the row is lost, there is no evidence either way that the often claimed title ḥḳꜢ-ḫꜢswt appeared here,1 instead the regular nsw-bit.
1.   Ryholt 1997: 123ff.; Ryholt 2004: 142
Column 10.28
Royal Canon of Turin 10.28 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 10.28 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Khamudy ...
nsw-bit ḫꜢmdwi ...

KingKhamudy (191st king)DynastyXV (6)
GardinerX /20FragmentX/20-21
The signs are slightly uncertain, traced from the poor photo of Farina. Since title is lost, there is no evidence either way that the often claimed Ruler of foreign lands Heqakhasut (ḥḳꜢ-ḫꜢswt) appeared here,1 instead of nsw-bit which is recorded for all other kings.
1.   Ryholt 1997: 123ff.; Ryholt 2004: 142
Column 10.29
Royal Canon of Turin 10.29 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 10.29 (hieroglyphics)

Total: 6 rulers of foreign lands have reigned for the period of 100 + x years ...
dmḏ ḥḳꜢw-ḫꜢswt 6 ir.n=sn rnpt 100 ...

 Summation 
GardinerX /21FragmentX/20-21
The number 100 was most likely to have been followed by other numbers which are lost. The signs are slightly uncertain, traced from the poor photo of Farina. According to Manetho, six foreign kings from Phoenicia ruled the Fifteenth Dynasty for a total of 284 years.1
1.   Adler and Tuffin, The Chronography of George Synkellos, 86f.
Column 10.30
 Heading 
 Papyrus is lost
This row is lost in lacuna
This lost row recorded the heading for the Sixteenth Dynasty.1
1.   Ryholt 2004: 140 (Table 3)
Column 10.31
  THE PAPYRUS IS MISSING  
Royal Canon of Turin 10.31 (papyrus lost, no hieroglyphics)

KingUnknown (192nd king)DynastyXVI (1)
It is clear that the lost record of the first king of the Sixteenth Dynasty must have stood in the last line of column 10.1 From the emended fifteen kings in the summation of the dynasty (11.15) it is clear that one missing king must have been present after the lost heading of the dynasty (10.30), adding to the 14 kings present (11.1-14).2
1.   Ryholt 1997: 151
2.   Beckerath 1964: 168-169, 194-195
 

Column 11

An estimated 31 rows

There are an estimated thirty-one rows naming the kings of the Sixteenth Dynasty. The lower section almost entirely missing, with only four partial names remaining, making any dynastic identification impossible.

 
Column 11.1
Royal Canon of Turin 11.1 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 11.1 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Sekhemra ... reigned 3 years ...
nsw-bit sḫm-...-rꜤ rnpt 3 ...

KingDjehuty (193rd king)DynastyXVI (2)
GardinerXI 1Fragment126 + 125
The identity of the first three kings is open to interpretation, as only the Sekhemra part of their names are preserved. All three are attested exclusively near Thebes which is compatible with a date in the Sixteenth Dynasty, however their order is tenative.1
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Karnak Canon 8sḫm-rꜤ smn-tꜢwySekhemra Sementawy
1.   Ryholt 1997: 152ff.
Column 11.2
Royal Canon of Turin 11.2 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 11.2 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Sekhemra ... 16 years ...
nsw-bit sḫm-rꜤ-... rnpt 16 ...

KingSobekhotep VIII (194th king)DynastyXVI (3)
GardinerXI 2Fragment126 + 125
The identity of the first three kings is open to interpretation, as only the Sekhemra part of their names are preserved. All three are attested exclusively near Thebes which is compatible with a date in the Sixteenth Dynasty, however their order is tenative.1
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Karnak Canon 43sḫm-rꜤ-s.wsr-tꜢwySekhemra Seusertawy
1.   Ryholt 1997: 152ff.
Column 11.3
Royal Canon of Turin 11.3 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 11.3 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Sekhemra S... 1 year ...
nsw-bit sḫm-rꜤ s-... rnpt 1 ...

KingNeferhotep III (195th king)DynastyXVI (4)
GardinerXI 3Fragment126 + 127
The identity of the first three kings is open to interpretation, as only the Sekhemra part of their names are preserved. All three are attested exclusively near Thebes which is compatible with a date in the Sixteenth Dynasty, however their order is tenative.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 152ff.
Column 11.4
Royal Canon of Turin 11.4 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 11.4 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Se...en...ra ... 1 year ...
nsw-bit s-...-n-rꜤ-... rnpt 1 ...

KingMentuhotepi (196th king)DynastyXVI (5)
GardinerXI 4Fragment126 + 125
It is clear that the sign appearing to be a second s is likely an Ꜥnḫ with missing strokes.1 As Gardiner himself noted, his reading of wꜢḏ is unlikely,2 and it is unlikely that two successive kings shared the same prenomen (Sewadjenra).
1.   Ryholt 1997: 154
2.   Gardiner 1959: 17 (XI 4 a); compare Möller, Hieratische Paläographie II, Nos. 534, 432, and 280
Column 11.5
Royal Canon of Turin 11.5 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 11.5 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Nebiriawra reigned 26 years ...
nsw-bit nb-iry-Ꜣw-rꜤ rnpt 26 ...

KingNebirau I (197th king)DynastyXVI (6)
GardinerXI 5Fragment126 + 125
Written mostly on a patch, the ink is much deteriorated, making the reading of many signs difficult. The record of the reign length contains two badly damaged figures, that according to Ryholt can be read as 26.1 The 20 is certain, while the abnormal number following is hard to interpret. Gardiner read it as a 9,2 while Farina saw a 6.3 The slanting stroke of a 9 would overlap with the 20, a 6 is therefore the most likely reading of the two.
Other sources
SourceCartoucheNameTranscription
Karnak Canon 38s.wꜢḏ-n-rꜤSewadjenra
1.   Ryholt 1997: 158, 153, 162. Note: in the text regarding this king, the reign mentioned is always 29 years, probably just an oversight by the author.
2.   Gardiner 1959: pl. IV
3.   Farina 1938: 58f.
Column 11.6
Royal Canon of Turin 11.6 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 11.6 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Nebitawra ... years ...
nsw-bit nb-it-Ꜣw-rꜤ rnpt ...

KingNebirau II (198th king)DynastyXVI (7)
GardinerXI 6Fragment126
The four small traces at the end were not transcribed by Gardiner, but seem form the usual cartouche close, divine-determinative, followed by the regnal year signs.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 158f.
Column 11.7
Royal Canon of Turin 11.7 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 11.7 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King, Semenra reigned ... years ...
nsw-bit s.mn-rꜤ ... rnpt ...

KingSemenenra (199th king)DynastyXVI (8)
GardinerXI 7Fragment126
The incomplete traces written on a patch are difficult to interpret, as seen by the various reading by the scholars.1 2 3
1.   Ryholt 1997: 153, 158
2.   Gardiner 1959: pl. IV
3.   Farina 1938: 58
Column 11.8
Royal Canon of Turin 11.8 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 11.8 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Seuserenra reigned 12 years, months lost, x days
nsw-bit sw-wsr-n-rꜤ ... rnpt 12 wsf hrw ...

KingBebiankh (200th king)DynastyXVI (9)
GardinerXI 8Fragment126
The lacuna notation indicate that the number of months was lost.1 Some of the signs written on the patch are worn and difficult to interpret.
1.   Ryholt 1997: 12, 202
Column 11.9
Royal Canon of Turin 11.9 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 11.9 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King Sekhemra Shedwaset, x year(s) ...
nsw-bit sḫm-rꜤ šd-wꜢs.t rnpt ...

KingSekhemra Shedwaset (201st king)DynastyXVI (10)
GardinerXI 9Fragment130 + 126
Some of the signs written on the patch are worn but still recognizable.
Column 11.10
Royal Canon of Turin 11.10 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 11.10 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...ra ...
nsw-bit ...-rꜤ ...

King...ra (202nd king)DynastyXVI (11)
GardinerXI 10Fragment130
Only the opening cartouche and the sun-disc remain, the name is lost.
Column 11.11
Royal Canon of Turin 11.11 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 11.11 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (203rd king)DynastyXVI (12)
GardinerXI 11Fragment130
Only a partial title and the opening cartouche remain, the name is lost.
Column 11.12
Royal Canon of Turin 11.12 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 11.12 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...ra ...
nsw-bit ...-rꜤ ...

King...ra (204th king)DynastyXVI (13)
GardinerXI 12Fragment131
Only the traces of the title and the opening cartouche with a possible sun-disc remain, the name is lost.
Column 11.13
Royal Canon of Turin 11.13 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 11.13 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (205th king)DynastyXVI (14)
GardinerXI 13Fragment131
Only the traces of the title remain, the name is lost.
Column 11.14
Royal Canon of Turin 11.14 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 11.14 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (206th king)DynastyXVI (15)
GardinerXI 14Fragment131 + 142
Only the traces of the title and the opening cartouche remain, the name is lost.
Column 11.15
Royal Canon of Turin 11.15 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 11.15 (hieroglyphics)

Total: 5 kings ...
dmḏ nsy.wt 5 ...

 Summation 
GardinerXI 15Fragment142
The summation records a total of five kings, but this figure is evidently incorrect since there are 15 preceding rows (10.31 to 11.14), and should be emended '15 kings'.1
1.   Ryholt 1997: 151
Column 11.16
Royal Canon of Turin 11.16 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 11.16 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King User..ra ...
nsw-bit wsr-...-rꜤ ...

KingUser...ra (207th king)DynastyUnidentified (1)
GardinerXI 16Fragment142
The name on this line (or 11.17) could belong to Senebkay, whose throne name was wsr-ib-rꜤ.
Column 11.17
Royal Canon of Turin 11.17 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 11.17 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King User...
nsw-bit wsr-...

KingUser... (208th king)DynastyUnidentified (2)
GardinerXI 17Fragment142
The name on this line (or 11.16) could possibly belong to Senebkay, whose throne name was wsr-ib-rꜤ.
Column 11.18
  THE PAPYRUS IS MISSING  
Royal Canon of Turin 11.18 (papyrus lost, no hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (209th king)DynastyUnidentified (3)
The papyrus is lost.
Column 11.19
  THE PAPYRUS IS MISSING  
Royal Canon of Turin 11.19 (papyrus lost, no hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (210th king)DynastyUnidentified (4)
The papyrus is lost.
Column 11.20
  THE PAPYRUS IS MISSING  
Royal Canon of Turin 11.20 (papyrus lost, no hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (211th king)DynastyUnidentified (5)
The papyrus is lost.
Column 11.21
  THE PAPYRUS IS MISSING  
Royal Canon of Turin 11.21 (papyrus lost, no hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (212th king)DynastyUnidentified (6)
The papyrus is lost.
Column 11.22
  THE PAPYRUS IS MISSING  
Royal Canon of Turin 11.22 (papyrus lost, no hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (213th king)DynastyUnidentified (7)
The papyrus is lost.
Column 11.23
  THE PAPYRUS IS MISSING  
Royal Canon of Turin 11.23 (papyrus lost, no hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (214th king)DynastyUnidentified (8)
The papyrus is lost.
Column 11.24
  THE PAPYRUS IS MISSING  
Royal Canon of Turin 11.24 (papyrus lost, no hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (215th king)DynastyUnidentified (9)
The papyrus is lost.
Column 11.25
Royal Canon of Turin 11.25 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 11.25 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...
nsw-bit ...

KingUnknown (216th king)DynastyUnidentified (10)
Only a tiny trace of the row remain, the name is lost.
Column 11.26
Royal Canon of Turin 11.26 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 11.26 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...hebra ...
nsw-bit ...-hb-rꜤ ...

King...hebra (217th king)DynastyUnidentified (11)
Only the ending of an uncertain name remain.1 This is the only record of this king, there are no other attestations.2
1.   Ryholt 1997: 165, 203
2.   Ryholt 1997: 379 (File 14/9)
Column 11.27
Royal Canon of Turin 11.27 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 11.27 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... he acted as king for ... 2 ...
nsw-bit ... ir.n=f m nswyt ... 2 ...

KingUnknown (218th king)DynastyUnidentified (12)
There does not seems to be much room for a name ahead of the kingship formula.
Column 11.28
Royal Canon of Turin 11.28 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 11.28 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... 2 years ...
nsw-bit ... rnpt 2 ...

KingUnknown (219th king)DynastyUnidentified (13)
Column 11.29
Royal Canon of Turin 11.29 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 11.29 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... 4 years ...
nsw-bit ... rnpt 4 ...

KingUnknown (220th king)DynastyUnidentified (14)
Column 11.30
Royal Canon of Turin 11.30 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 11.30 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ... 3 years ...
nsw-bit ... rnpt 4 ...

KingUnknown (221st king)DynastyUnidentified (15)
Column 11.31
Royal Canon of Turin 11.31 (facsimile of the hieratic text)
Royal Canon of Turin 11.31 (hieroglyphics)

The Dual King ...nra ... 3 years ...
nsw-bit ...-n-rꜤ ... rnpt 3 ...

King...enra (222nd king)DynastyUnidentified (16)
The list of kings end here, with traces of the name of an unidentified king.

Unplaced fragments

There are a number of fragments whose position in the canon cannot be confidently corroborated by matching fibres, or other evidence. Further study of these unplaced fragments is needed to, if possible, find their correct position.
*** Forthcoming late November 2018. ***

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