Khasekhemwy (d. 2686 BC; sometimes spelled Khasekhemui) was the fifth and final king of the Second dynasty of Egypt. Little is known of Khasekhemwy, other than that he led several significant military campaigns and built several monuments, still extant, mentioning war against the Northerners. His name means 'The Two Powerful Ones Appear.'
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- Egypt, 2nd Dynasty, c. 2850-2700 BC