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Table No. 2. The chronological data on Pharaohs, the Roman Kings and Emperors, Patriarchs of
monotheism and Ugrian Tsars.
№
№
Aby
dos
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
Pharaohs
(board)
Meni, Menes,
Hor–Aha,
1217–1185 B.C.
Teti,
Teti I, Othoes I
Itetj,
Djer, Othoes II,
1185–1137 B.C.
Ita,
Uadji, Djet,
about 1130 B.C.
Merneith,
Den,
about 1130 B.C.
Meribiap
Anedjib,
1135–1110 B.C.
Semsu,
Semerkhet,
1110–1100 B.C.
Qebeh,
Qa’a,
about 1100 B.C.
Bedjau,
Hotepsekhemwy,
about 1100 B.C.
Kakau,
Raneb,
about 1075 B.C.
Banetjer,
Ninetjer,
Binothris,
1010 B.C.
Wadjnas,
Weneg,
977–970 B.C.
Sendi,
Senedj,
about 910 B.C.
Djadjay,
Khasekhemwy,
896–858 B.C.
Roman
Kings and
Emperors
Aeneas,
1179–1176
B.C.
Marks and
Patriarchs
Ugrian Gods and Tsars,
Events of
Monotheism
family tree
Histories
(life)
(life, board)
World Flood,
Trojans War
Noah
Cronus, 1850 – 900 B.C.
1850 – 900 Niy – Noah – Nuh; Flood
B.C.
1250 B.C. Wife – Rhea.
Ascanius,
1176–1138
B.C.
Olympic
Pantheon,
Alba Longo,
Inbu–Hedje
Silvius,
1138–1109
B.C.
Aeneas Silvius
1109–1078
B.C.
Latinus
Silvius,
1078–1028
B.C.
Alba
Silvius,
1028–989
B.C.
Atys Silvius
989–965
B.C.
Capys
Silvius,
965–937 B.C.
Capetus
Silvius,
937–924 B.C.
Tiberinus
Silvius, 924–
916 B.C.
Agrippa
Silvius, 916–
876 B.C.
Shem,
Japheth
1350 – 750
B.C.
Jupiter–Zeus, 1350 – 750
B.C. Japheth / Shem/ Sam;
Wife – Hera (daughter –
Hebe) and Alcmene (son –
Heraclius).
Raphael, Hercules–Heraclius, life
1050 – 512 about 538 years, 1050 – 512
B.C.
B.C. Wife – Hebe.
Sall,
960 – 930
B.C.
Hyllus, 960–930 B.C.
Eber,
940 – 477
B.C.
Eber, life 464 years, 940 –
murdered in 477 B.C.
15
15
16
16
17
17
18
18
19
19
20
20
21
21
22
22
23
23
24
24
25
25
26
26
27
27
28
28
29
29
30
30
Nebka,
Romulus
Sanakhte,
Silvius, 876–
858–840 B.C.
857 B.C.
Djoser,
Aventius
Hor-Netjerikhet,
Silvius,
Netjerikhet,
857–820
845–821 B.C.
B.C.
Teti,
Sekhemkhet,
Djoser-tety,
821–813 B.C.
Sedjes,Hor–Khaba,
Netjer–nub,
813–809 B.C.
Neferkara,
Proca
Huni,
Silvius,
Nisut-Hu,
820–797
809–785 B.C.
B.C.
Sneferu,
Snofru,
823–799 B.C.
Khufu,
Amulius
Cheops,
Silvius, 797–
799–776 B.C.
753 B.C.
Djederfe,
Radjedef,
776–768 B.C.
Khafra,
Romulus,
Chephren,
753–716
768–742 B.C.
B.C.
Menkaure,
Mykirinos,
742–725 B.C.
Shepseskaf,
Numa
Shepsekhet,
Pompilius,
713–708 B.C.
715–674 B.C.
Userkaf,
704–697 B.C.
Sahure
Sephres,
697–685 B.C.
Kakai,
Tullus
Neferirkare,
Hostilius,
Userkhau,
673–642
685–665 B.C.
B.C.
Neferefre,
Khau–nefer,
645–642 B.C.
Nyuserre,
Ancus Marcius,
Ini,
642–617
642–631 B.C.
B.C.
Erection
Pyramids
in Giza (?)
Erection
Rome and
Memphis
Erection
Pyramids
in Giza (?)
Serug,
720 – 477
B.C.
Fabius Caeso,
720 – murdered in 477 B.C.
31
31
32
32
33
33
34
34
35
35
36
36
37
37
38
38
39
39
40
40
41
42
41
42
43
43
44
44
45
45
46
47
46
47
48
48
49
49
50
50
Menkauhor,
Mencheres,
631–624 B.C.
Djedkare
Isesi,
624–585 B.C.
Unas,
585–555 B.C.
Teti,
Sehetep Tawy,
555–543 B.C.
Userkare,
543–490 B.C.
Meryre,
Pepi I,
490–468 B.C.
Merenre I,
Nemtyemsaf I,
Ankh Khaw,
468–463 B.C.
Neferkare,
Pepi II,
456–362 B.C.
Merenre II,
Nemtyemsaf II,
Antyemsaf,
362–361 B.C.
Netjerkare Siptah,
361–359 B.C.
Menkare, ?–?
Neferkare,
Neferkare II, ?–?
Neferkare III,
Neby, ?–?
Djetkare
Shemai, ?–?
Neferkare IV
Khendu, ?–?
Merenhor, ?–?
Neferkamin,
Sneferka, ?–?
Nikare,
Nikare I, ?–?
Neferkare
Tereru,
Neferkare V, ?–?
Neferkahor, ?–?
Lusius
Tarquinius
Priscus,
616–579 B.C.
Servius
Tullius, 578–
535 B.C.
Lusius
Tarquinius
Superbus,
535 – 509 B.C.
Republic
in Rome
51
51
52
52
53
53
54
54
55
55
56
56
57
57
58
58
59
–
60
59
61
60
62
61
63
62
64
63
65
64
66
65
67
–
–
–
Neferkare
Pepiseneb,
Neferkare Khered,
?–?
Neferkamin
Anu, ?–?
Kakaure,
Qakare Ibi, ?–?
Neferkaure, ?–?
Neferkauhor,
Neferkauhor
Khuwihapi, ?–?
Neferirkare,
Neferirkare II,
?–?
Nebkaure Khety,
Mentuhotep II,
266–215 B.C.
Sankhkare,
Mentuhotep III,
214–212 B.C.
Mentuhotep IV,
212–195 B.C.
Sehetepibre,
Amenemhat I,
210–180 B.C.
Kheperkare,
Senusret I,
180–144 B.C.
Nebukaure,
Amenemhat II,
144–106 B.C.
Khakeperre,
Senusret II,
106–89 B.C.
Khakaure,
Senusret III,
89–49 B.C.
Nemaatre,
Augustus,
Amenemhat III,
27 B.C. – 14
49–7 B.C.
Maakherure,
Amenemhat IV,
18–7 B.C.
Neferusobek,
Tiberius,
it is Cleopatra,
14 B.C. – 37
7–3 B.C.
Titus
–
Vespasianus
Flavius,
69 – 96
Republic
in Rome
Italic Union,
Itil
(Volga)
272 B.C.
Nahor,
490 – 50
B.C.
Quintus Fabius
Maximus Cunctator,
490 – 50 B.C.
Terah, Farra,
170 B.C.
– about 80
Quintus Fabius
Maximus Servilanus,
170 B.C. – about 80
Emperors
in Rome
Gain
Egypt by
Romans
Epoch of
Abraham,
Christianity,
7–150
I century,
or 9–184
Old Testament
Tash–Bash, son of Kubar,
7–150, Flavius Titus
Vespasianus, 17.11.9 –
184?, wife Flavia Domitilla
– Sarah
68
–
69
–
70
71
–
–
72
66
73
67
74
68
75
69
76
–
77
70
78
71
79
72
80
73
81
–
82
–
83
–
84
–
85
74
Iniotef VII,
210–212
Tao I,
212–217
Tao II Seqenenre,
217–235
Kamose,
235–238
Nebpehtira,
Ahmos I,
238–263
Djeserkara,
Amenhotep I,
263–282
Aakheperkara,
Thutmose I, 282–
296
Aakheperenra,
Thutmose II,
296–300
Hatshepsut,
300–322
Menkheperra,
Thutmose III,
322–354
Aakheperura,
Amenhotep II,
354–378
Menkheperura,
Thutmose IV,
378–388
Nebmaatra,
Amenhotep III,
388–423
Akhenaten,
Amenhotep IV,
423–440
Smenkhkare,
440–442
Tutankhamen,
442–450
Aya, Ay, 450–454
Djeserkheperura
Setepenra,
Haremheb,
454–482
Gordianus I,
238
Gordianus II,
238
Gordianus III,
238–244
New
Empire
of Egypt
Isaac,
120–306
Separation
Egypt from
Rome
Constantius
Chlorus,
305–306
Constantine
Great,
306–337
Flavius
Valens,
364–378
Theodosius I
Great,
379–402
Flavius
Arkadius,
395–408
Falling of
Jacob,
Rome, basis of 250–337
New Rome,
Yakub
Kubanites –
(Islam)
Israelis
Judas,
327–378
The First
Exodus of
Israelis
Erection
Pyramids
in Giza
Moses,
342–402
Tairah
(Islam)
Blossoming of
the Egyptian
Christianity
Theodosius II,
408–450
The Second
Exodus of
Israelis
Decline of
Rome (Ulak
Urum) on
Volga –
Akhtuba, 476
Joshua,
395–454
Mukavvim
(Islam)
Shada Banant, Aga Ruzha,
Avitohol, Prusias I (224–
272), Urus, Russ, Flavius
Constantius Chlorus (120 –
306, Emperor 305–306),
wife St. Elena (230–327)
Kubar–Barys, 250–337,
it is Prusias II (272–305)
Budimir, Balamber
Khagane 363–378.
Arbat, Alyp–biy, Alp–abai,
Khagane 378–402, it is
Dux Moesiae.
Mundzuk,
Khagane 402–414,
Life 377–414.
Attila, 395 – 454,
Khagane 434–453, it is
Flavius Aetius.
Irnik,
Khagane 463–489
86
75
87
76
88
–
89
–
90
–
91
92
–
–
93
–
94
–
95
–
96
–
97
–
98
–
99
–
100
–
101
–
102
–
103
–
104
–
105
–
106
–
Menpehtira,
Ramesses I, 482–
484
Menmaatra,
Seti I,
485–497
Last Pharaoh
of Abydos
King List
Dendera Zodiac
of Hathor
Temple, dating
540–568
Ramesses II,
497–564
Merneptah,
564–583
Amenmesse,
584–587
Seti II, 588–594
Siptah,
594–600
Twosret,
600–602
Setnakhte,
602–604
Ramesses III,
604–635
Ramesses IV,
635–642
Ramesses V,
642–678
Ramesses VI,
642–678
Ramesses VII,
642–678
Ramesses VIII,
642–678
Ramesses IX,
642–678
Ramesses X,
642–678
Ramesses XI,
642–678
Smendes,
678–704
Shoshenq I,
704–725
Osorkon I,
725–761
Flavius
Heracles
Augustus,
610–641
Adad
(Islam)
Masgut,
Khagane 489–505
Adnan
(Islam)
Mundo, Titra, Rean,
Tatra Banat,
Khagane 505–520
Madd
(Islam)
Bayan,
Khagane 535–590
Nizar
(Islam)
Alburi,
Khagane 593–602
Great Israel,
Great
Bulgaria
Degradation
of Egypt
DAD,
Tsar David
575 – 665
Leaving
Volga – Ra
Khazars
Khaganate, Itil
Constantine Egypt part of
Ilias,
IV, 668–685
Umayyad
(Islam)
Caliphate
Justinian II
Erection the
Rhinotmetus, Second Temple Solomon,
685–695,
(Solomon
Suleiman,
705–711
Temple)
(Islam)
669–727
Leo III Isaurian Egypt part of
Flavius,
Abbasid
717–741
Caliphate
Huzaim
(Islam)
Kubrat, Kurt, Kurbat, Hor,
life 575–665,
Great Khagane 605–665,
Prototype of Muhammad
Bat Bayan, Iliat,
Great Khagane 665–690
Sulabi,
Great Khagane 700–727
Aiar, Avar,
Khagane 727–759
107
–
Shoshenq II,
761–762
108
–
109
–
110
–
111
–
112
–
Bakenranef,
892–898
113
–
Alexander Great,
904–913,
Life 880–913
114
115
116
–
–
–
Takelot I,
770–783
Osorkon II,
783–808
Takelot II,
808–831
Pedubast I,
831–885
Ptolemy I Soter,
Ptolemaic,
910/913–972
Fatimids,
972–1171
Fatimids,
Abbasids,
972–1171
Leo IV Khazar
Flavius,
775 – 780
Tat–Utyak,
Khagane 760 – 787
Constantine
VI Blind,
780–797
Constantine,
Lecapeni
869–879
Alexander
Macedonian,
912–913
Kinan
(Islam)
Karadjar,
Khagane 787–805
Khaganate
of Russ
Kiev Russ
An–Nadr
(Islam)
Malik
(Islam)
Leo, Urus Aydar Ugyr,
797–855, Khagane 815–855
Rurik, Lachin,
822–879/882
Kiev Russ
Phirh
(Islam)
Igor Rurikovich,
871–945
Romanos I Lecapenus,
920–944
Galib
(Islam)
Glebe Igorevich,
904–945
Constantine Lecapenus,
924–945
Luajja
(Islam)
Vladimir I Sacred,
940–1015
Basil II Bulgar–Slayer
985–1015
Gain Asia
Minor, Egypt,
Mesopotamia
Central Asia
and India
Macedonian
Writing the
Dynasty and first Surah of
Lecapenus
Koran in
Damascus,
Route of
Khazars
Khaganate,
969
Constantine IX Crucifixion
Monomachos, on Bosporus,
942–1054
1010,
Decline of
The New
Macedonian
Testament,
Dynasty
East – West
Schism and
Jesus Christ’s
death in 1054
Komnenos
Writing of
Dynasty
the Koran,
1130-1152
The first
Oath on the
Koran, 1178
Jesus
Christ,
980–1054
Zoroaster,
Buddha,
Confucius,
Quetzalcoatl,
XI century
Prophet
Muhammad,
1090–1152
Yaroslav Wise,
978–1054
Constantine IX
Monomachos,
942–1054
Yuri Dolgorukiy,
Grand Prince of Kiev,
1149–1151
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