This Theban king was able to unify Egypt for the second time after King Narmer.
The ancient Egyptian empire prevailed for more than 3,000 years.
The researchers analyzed fragments of the pottery found at Hierakonpolis, an ancient city and current archaeological site in southern Egypt.
After the June 30 revolution, the Egyptian state worked to develop the Mit- Rahina area.
The study says modern medical technology helped tell the story of an ancient Egyptian king, who died in order to reunify Egypt in the 16th century BC.
Egypt Today continues its ancient Egyptian queens series, today’s queen is Neithhotep, the wife of Narmer or Menes