Talk:Amenemhat III

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We should not forget the one and only real ruler of egypt for he haunts me.


Problem with dating[edit]

The dates in parentheses are 1807-1797 BC; the next sentence says he began ruling in 1859 BC; there seems to be confusion as to birth and regnal dates. Any clarification from knowledgeable people? -- User:FeanorStar7

Formatting[edit]

The pharaoh infobox is messing with the other one, the notable people one. And the transliteration doesn't appear correctly on my computer (is it the font?)... Perhaps a standardised system of transliteration should be used, not the pseudo-pronounciation one used on most the pharaoh pages.--Cliau 04:06, 10 September 2006 (UTC)

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