Biography of King of Egipto Aha (ca. 3125-3095 a.C.)

(Akha or Mn) First King of the first dynasty Egyptian tinita, successor and such time son of Narmer. AHA has usually been identified with you exams, which would have changed the nebty name by the of Aha ("the victorious"), corresponding to the Horus title. Many of the facts of Narmer were attributed to King Aha (Menes), among them the Foundation of Memphis (according to Herodotus and Manetho) and the institution of the cult to the crocodile Sobek in El-Fayoum. AHA managed to reconcile upper and lower Egypt, in fact according to try a Naqada tablet with his name, which represents a party commemorating the union of the two countries, although each of them had its own Royal Palace. This duality is also expressed in the worship of Horus (whose earthly representative was Aha) and the worship of Neith, Goddess represented by his wife, the Princess Neithhotep, apparently from the delta. In Memphis, Aha built a shrine of the "high Egypt" - he/she was a native of this area - for both Crowns, as well as a Palace, symbol of both Egyptians. AHA have reached its Annals, as well as some references about the Administration, led by an officer named Peseskhet, who controlled the taxes of the two countries. By a series of data from the Palermo stone can be deducted that it maintained commercial contacts with Phoenicia; In addition, he/she carried out a victorious campaign in Nubia and also received tribute from the Libyans. It was succeeded by his son Djer, been a concubine, qualified as "musician of Horus". His other sons were Rekhit, Het and Saiset. AHA has been identified with the Atoti of Abydos list and the King Athothis de Manetón. He/She was buried in a mastaba in the necropolis of Saqqara, which produced valuable archaeological objects (models of boats), although some Egyptologists admits that it was in the of Abydos, Tomb in which objects have appeared with his name.