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Semqen was the third ruler of the Hyksos Sixteenth Dynasty of Egypt.

Semqen and Anat-her are thought to be rulers who come from the very early part of the Sixteenth dynasty of Egypt.[2] This ruler is only attested by a steatite scarab from Tell el-Yahudiyeh on which he is called Heka-chasut.[1][3]


  1. ^ a b Fraser, G.W. , A catalogue of scarabs belonging to George Fraser (cat. no. 179). London, Bernard Quaritch, 1900.
  2. ^ William C. Hayes, The Cambridge Ancient History (Fascicle): 6: Egypt: From the Death of Ammenemes III to Seqenenre II, CUP Archive, 1962 p 19
  3. ^ Sir William Matthew Flinders Petrie, Egypt and Israel, Society for promoting Christian knowledge, 1911