King Khasekhemwy, Second Dynasty Pharoah


Khasekhemwy (ca. 2690 BC) was the final king of the Second dynasty of Ancient Egypt.

This statue of him in the Ashmolean Museum is the oldest example of royal statuary from Egypt. It shows him wearing the White Crown of Upper Egypt.

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