3100 BC - 3100 BC

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Neithhotep or Neith-hotep was an ancient Egyptian queen consort living and ruling during the early First Dynasty. She was once thought to be a male ruler: her outstandingly large mastaba and the royal serekh surrounding her name on several seal impressions previously led Egyptologists and historians to the erroneous belief that she might have been an unknown king.As the understanding of early Egyptian writings developed, scholars learned that Neithhotep was in fact a woman of extraordinary rank. She was subsequently considered to be the wife of unified Egypt's first pharaoh, Narmer, and the mother of Hor-Aha. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Neithhotep has received more than 164,292 page views. Her biography is available in 23 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 22 in 2019). Neithhotep is the 492nd most popular companion (down from 436th in 2019).

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Among companions, Neithhotep ranks 492 out of 687Before her are Sophia Jagiellon, Margravine of Brandenburg-Ansbach, Iput, Gaius Laelius Sapiens, Juana Manuel, Fernán González of Castile, and Euphrosyne of Kiev. After her are Aregund, Prince George William of Hanover, Eleanor of Anjou, Vashti, Muniadona of Castile, and Marcia Otacilia Severa.

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Among people born in 3100 BC, Neithhotep ranks 4Before her are Hor-Aha, Crocodile, and Double Falcon.  Among people deceased in 3100 BC, Neithhotep ranks 4Before her are Menes, Hor-Aha, and Ka.

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