Pepi II, fifth king of the 6th dynasty (c. –c. bce) of ancient Egypt, during whose lengthy reign the government became weakened because of internal.
Pepi II was a pharaoh of the Sixth Dynasty in Egypt's Old Kingdom who . Other scholars note that the lack of contemporary sources dated after his 62nd year on the throne does not preclude a much longer reign.
Ancient Egyptian pharaohs: the sixth dynasty pharaoh Pepi II (old Kingdom) his incredible 90 year rule (making his the longest reign in Egyptian history).
Both the Oxford History of Ancient Egypt and Peter A. Clayton, have his reign lasting from until BC. Pepi II, Last ruler of the 6th Dynasty and Egypt's .
Pepi II had a short name but a long rule. In fact, he likely had the longest reign of any king in ancient Egypt -- as many as 94 years, according to National.
Pepi II was the penultimate king of the 6th Dynasty. During his long reign, the decline of the Old Kingdom started.
Interesting facts about the ancient Egyptian Pharaoh Pepi II, ideal for kids, research and King Pepi II died after his long reign of 94 years and was buried in his.
After Merenre I death, the Sixth Dynasty in Old Kingdom was under the reign of Pepi II Nefer-Ka-Re for almost a hundred of years. Pepi II is considered as the.