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According and Manetho
According to Josephus / Manetho, it was during Pygmalion ’ s seventh year that Dido fled from Tyre.
According to legend related by Manetho, the city was founded by the pharaoh Menes around 3000 BC.
According to Manetho, ancient sources suggest the " white walls " ( Ineb-hedj ) were founded by Menes.
According to Manetho, the first royal palace was founded by Hor-Aha, the successor of Narmer, the founder of the 1st dynasty.
According to Manetho, his worship was instituted by Kaiechos of the Second Dynasty.
According to Manetho, he was the throne successor of king Bikheris, but according to archaeological evidences he rather was the successor of king Khafre.
According to the ancient historian Manetho Khafra was followed by king Bikheris, but according to archaeological evidences he was rather followed by king Menkaure.
According to Manetho, Menes reigned for 62 years and was mauled to death by a hippopotamus.
According to Manetho, this latter revolt occurred during the reign of Neferhotep's successor, Sobekhotep IV, though there is no archaeological proof.
* c. 1700-1550 BC: According to Manetho ( via Josephus ' Against Apion ), the Hyksos invade the region
According the Manetho and the Turin King List, he was succeeded by his son Merenre Nemtyemsaf II, who reigned for just over a year.
According to Manetho, the first king was Menes, but archeological findings support the view that the first pharaoh to claim to have united the two lands was Narmer ( the final king of the Protodynastic Period ).
According to Eusebius ' Chronicon, Manetho had suggested that the great age of antiquity in which the later Egyptians boasted had actually preceded the flood, and that they were really descended from Mizraim, who settled there anew.
According to Manetho, the first king of the unified Upper and Lower Egypt was Menes who is now identified with Narmer.
According to Manetho, he became pharaoh at about the age of thirty and ruled until he was about sixty years old.
According to Manetho, he was carried away by a hippopotamus, the embodiment of the deity Seth.
According to Josephus, Manetho described Osarseph as a tyrannical high priest of Osiris at Heliopolis.

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