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He is of particular interest because he is the first name on the king list who can be proven to have existed through archaeology. For that matter, he is the first person in world history who can be proven archaeologically.
this needs a reference. What about pre-dynastic pharaohs like Wazner? If alabaster vase fragments are "proof by archaeology", why not pyramid texts? dab(ᛏ) 23:32, 30 July 2006 (UTC)
Good point. Thanks. ፈቃደ (ውይይት) 23:37, 30 July 2006 (UTC)