Second Intermediate Period and Hyksos rule
(1785 - 1152 BC)

13th & 14th dynasty

Amenemhet Sobekhotep
Sekhemkare
Penten
Amenemhet Senbuf
Kai Amenemhet
Ugaf
Sneferibre Senwosret
Ameni Intef Amenemhet
Heribsedet Amenemhet
Sehetepibre Amenemhet
Mermesa
Sewadjtawy Sobekhotep
Khaszekhemre Neferhotep
Khaneferre Sobekhotep
Hor-Auibre He was buried under Amenemhet III's Black Pyramid at Dahsur. The wooden statue of his ka-soul is now in the Egyptian Museum, in Cairo.
Khaankhre Sobekhotep
Khahetepre Sobekhotep
Mersekhemre Sobekhotep
Merkaure Sobekhotep
Nikhanimaatre Sobekhotep
Userkare Sobekhotep
Iaib
Ay
Nebirieraut
Didumes I
Didumes II
Senebmiu
Montuemsaf
Nehesi
Sesib
Siamu Hornedjkheriotef

15. & 16. (hyksos) dynasty

Two dynasties ruled simultaneously in the meantime: 15th din. represented the central power, 16th din. was the ruling houses of local aristocrats.
Salitis (?)
Bnon (?)
Meruserre
Hian
Auserre Apophis An element of his name is identical with the serpent Apophis who is the greatest enemy of Ra. According to the mythology, Apophis is about to destroy the Boat of Ra to prevent the sun from completing his way across the sky but Seth beats him.
Nebkhepesre Apophis
Aakenenre Apophis
Hamudi Aasekhre

17th dynasty

Intef V
Rahotep
Sobekhemsaf I
Thot (Djehuti)
Montuhotep VI Sanhenre
Nebirierau I
Nebirierau II
Semenre
Senwosret V
Sobekhemsaf II
Intef VI
Intef VII
Sekhenenre Djehuti-aa
(or Tao II)
Killed in the struggle against the Hyksos. From the traces of blows on his mummy the Hyksos weapons are easy to determine.
Kamose (Wajdkheperre) He put the Hyksos reign to and end in Egypt. The work was completed by his brother Ahmose, who founded the 18th dynasty and ruled as Ahmose I.

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