Biography of King of Egipto Aka o Kare (ca. 2770 a.C.)

(Aa-Ka or Ka-Ra) Egyptian King of the second dynasty, consigned the sixth according to the real Turin papyrus. Aka, also known as Kare and documented by a cilindro-sello of steatite, had to govern from Thinis for about seventeen years. Some Egyptologists identify him with the Chairos of Manetho.