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  • ID: I99545
  • Name: Kahmose (Kamose) (Wadjkheperre) of Seqenenre Taa II of Seqenenre Taa I
  • Surname: Seqenenre Taa II of Seqenenre Taa I
  • Given Name: Kahmose (Kamose) (Wadjkheperre) of
  • Prefix: Pharaoh
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: ABT 1555 BC in Egypt
  • Death: 1539 BC
  • _UID: BE863158EC8D1B4596708DC250D749C5306E 1 2 3
  • Change Date: 23 Mar 2014 at 01:00:00



    Father: Seqenenre Taa II of Seqenenre Taa I of Inyotef VII b: ABT 1575 BC in Egypt
    Mother: Ashotep I (Ahhotep I) of Seqenenre Taa I of Inyotef VII b: in Egypt

    Marriage 1 Ahmose Meritamen I (chief wife of Kamose) b: in Egypt
      Children
      1. Has No Children Associates of Pharaoh Kahmose of Seqenenre Taa II b: in Egypt

      Sources:
      1. Title: Web sites
        Note: Kamose (Wadjkheperre)
        The 15th king of the 17th Dynasty was the son of Sekenenretao and Queen Ahhotep and was the b rother of Ahmose I. Kamose's father had been at war with the Hyksos. When Sekenenretao died s uddenly, Kamose assumed the throne and the war. Kamose went into war with horse and chariot.
        His chariots were lighter and more maneuverable than in previous eras. He also had the advant age by having the Medjay as allies. These Nubian forces were ferocious hand to hand combatant s that fought in the front lines. Kamose overcame the enemy at Nefrusy and moved into the oas is of Baharia.
        He then sailed up and down the Nile in search of traitors. When Kamose died, either of natura l causes or of battle wounds, without an heir, his brother, Ahmose I took the throne. Kamos e was the last king of the 17th Dynasty. Ahmose I was to begin the New Kingdom.
      2. Title: Wikipedia
        Publication: http://en.wikipedia.org
        Note: Seventeenth Dynasty
        Name Dates
        Rahotep Sekhemrewahkhaw Uncertain
        Sobekemsaf I Sekhemreshedtawy Uncertain
        Antef VI Sekhemrewepmaat Uncertain
        Antef VII Nubkheperre Uncertain
        Intef VIII Sekhemreherhermaat Uncertain
        Sobekemsaf II Sekhemrewadjkhaw Uncertain
        Siamun (?) Senakhtenre Uncertain ? maybe the same as Tao I the Elder below
        Tao I the Elder Seqenenre 1605 BCE ? 1560 BCE
        Tao II the Brave Seqenenre ?? ? ??
        Kamose ?? ? 1550 BCE
        (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seventeenth_dynasty_of_Egypt)
      3. Title: Web sites
        Note: The XVII Dynasty was based in Upper Egypt.
        Name Comments Dates
        Rehotep - 1650- ?
        Intef V the Elder - 3 years
        Intef VI - ?
        Sobekemsaf II - 16 years
        Thuty - 1 year
        Mentuhotep VI - 1 year
        Nebiryerawet I - 6 years
        Nebiryerawet II - ?
        Semenmedjatre - ?
        Seuserenre - 12 years
        Shedwast - ?
        Intef VII - 3 or more years
        Senakhtenre - ?
        Tao I the Elder - c. 1633
        Tao II the Brave - c. 1574
        Kamose - 1573-1570
        (http://www.ancientworlds.net/aw/Journals/Journal/615334)
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