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Seka in hieroglyphs
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Hsekiu,[2] also Seka, was a Predynastic ancient Egyptian king who ruled in the Nile Delta.[3] He is mentioned in the Palermo Stone inscriptions among a list of a small number of kings of Lower Egypt.[4]


  1. ^ From: Palermo Stone
  2. ^ Peake, Harold and Herbert John Fleure, Priests and Kings, Clarendon OUP, Oxford, 1927, p. 63
  3. ^ J. H. Breasted, History of Egypt from the Earliest Time to the Persian Conquest, 1909, p.36
  4. ^ J. H. Breasted, Ancient Records of Egypt, Part One, Chicago 1906, §90
King of Lower Egypt Succeeded by