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|Nekare, Nykare, Nekara, Nikara|
Scarab of Nikare in the British Museum (EA 38569).
This king should not be confused with Nikare, another pharaoh who reigned several centuries earlier.
- EA 32305; EA 38569, possibly EA 45457.
- George Fraser, A catalogue of the scarabs belonging to George Fraser, 1900, p. 17.
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