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A New King in the Western Desert by Toby A. H. Wilkinson

One of the early royal names documented by Winkler in the Western Desert has, until now, escaped the attention of Egyptologists. Taking into account current knowledge of early royal epigraphy and of late Predynastic political developments, a date is suggested for the new name. The significance of the inscriptions for early Egyptian activity in the peripheral regions is discussed, together with the difficulties inherent in reading the name.

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