[biography] Menez, whose birth and death date is unknown, also known as Mina, the first Pharaoh of the first dynasty of ancient Egypt, is the earliest unification of upper and lower Egypt.
Menez was first the tribal leader of the tish region and later became the king of the kingdom of Upper Egypt.
After the unification of Upper Egypt, Menez continued to wage war.
About 3100 BC, Menez conquered Lower Egypt, initially unified the whole Egypt within one country, and created the first dynasty of ancient Egypt.
Menez ruled upper and lower Egypt with flexible skills, and built the Protestant White City (later Memphis) at the southern end of the Nile Delta (near today’s Cairo).
After the unification of upper and lower Egypt, Menez launched a war of conquest.
According to historians, the conqueror depicted in Egypt’s famous “narmai slate” is Menes.
It is said that Menez reigned for 26 years.
He died in a hunting.
The first dynasty of Egypt founded by Menez has eight kings, with a history of 250 years.
The political institutions they created have been used by later dynasties for thousands of years.
[Impact] Egypt is one of the four birthplaces of human civilization.
In an extremely early period, Egypt has produced a highly developed civilization.
Egypt has played an eternal role in the history of human civilization.
It first lit the lamp of world civilization and took a decisive step in the history of human civilization.
As the founder of Egypt’s first dynasty, Menez was the first to complete the unification of Egypt in history and played a positive role in promoting the development of Egypt and the progress of civilization in the region.
Because of Egypt’s position in the early history of human civilization, Menez established a unified country in Egypt and promoted social progress, which is a meaningful development for human history and led to the development and progress of human civilization.
As the founder of a dynasty and the founder of a unified country, Menez undoubtedly made a large-scale conquest.
Due to historical reasons, we cannot find out the date of birth and death of Menez, which does not affect his historical status.
Generally speaking, the heyday of meinis was around 3100 BC, because according to historical records, meinis conquered Lower Egypt and completed the initial great cause of unification of Egypt in about 3100 BC.
This is the greatest conquest of Menez’s life, and his greatness is also attributed to it to a large extent.
After meinis unified upper and lower Egypt, he adopted a more flexible ruling strategy in order to stabilize his rule.
Because lower Egypt was relatively rich, it was not without complaints about the conquest of meinis, so meinis made some concessions to consolidate the long-term stability of the country.
Before the unification of the Kingdom, the rulers of Upper Egypt wore white crowns, took the eagle as the protective god and the white lily as the national symbol.
The rulers of Lower Egypt wore red crowns, took snakes as protective gods and bees as national symbols.
This difference between the two regions led Menez to be crowned in upper and lower Egypt after reunification.
He declared himself “the king of upper and lower Egypt”.
Since then, the successive kings have used this king’s name for more than ten years.
At the same time, they must have dual identities.
After two coronations, they held two different ceremonies.
This may be a unique scenery in Egypt.
In addition, according to the different economic development conditions of upper and lower Egypt, Menez set up Treasuries in the above two regions to implement their own independent financial management.
At the same time, during the reign of Menez, upper and lower Egypt retained their own religious centers and established holy cities.
All this shows that when Menes was in power, the unification of Egypt was only preliminary and not consolidated.
However, Menez is worthy of being an outstanding ruler.
Although he made concessions in favor of Lower Egypt in a series of institutional arrangements, it does not mean that he blindly gave in.
He took other measures to strengthen his control over the centrifugal Lower Egypt.
The most important thing is to establish a new capital in Lower Egypt and place the country’s political and military center in Lower Egypt, so as to achieve the purpose of controlling lower Egypt from above.
So Menez established the new capital, Baicheng, in the Nile Delta (near today’s Cairo).
Later, during the sixth dynasty, Baicheng was renamed Memphis.
Memphis is also known as jigupt, which means “the palace of the God of puta”.
The Greek name of Egypt “Egypt putos” comes from this, which is also the source of Egypt’s national name.
In today’s Cairo Museum, there is a chronicle slate of the Egyptian king narmai, which tells the story of the victory of Upper Egypt over Lower Egypt.
People believe that the king narmai on the slate is Menez, and the slate is a tribute to his great conquest.
Although our understanding of what happened in that distant era is limited, through the rough understanding of meinis’s life, we have also known how great meinis has achieved.
Before meinis, Egypt was in a state of chaos.
Egypt’s civilization was not as good as that of the Sumerians in the two river basins.
Egypt was a little inferior in the Gemini constellation of early human civilization.
However, after meinis unified Egypt, due to the establishment of a unified country, the arrival of social stability and the improvement of state institutions, the energy of the Egyptian people erupted rapidly.
During the first dynasty of Egypt, the whole society and culture had made great progress, the population doubled, the hieroglyphics also matured, the medical science developed and could make mummies, and the most telling thing is that the Egyptian pyramids began to appear in the Nile basin.
This shows that in just a few hundred years after the unification of Egypt, Egyptian civilization caught up and surpassed Sumerian civilization in many aspects.
And in the following 2000 years, Egyptian civilization has always been in the forefront of world civilization.
At that time, Egyptian language represented the peak of world civilization.
Only by understanding this point can we have a deeper understanding of Menez and know his significance to world civilization.
The unification of Menez promoted the exchange and integration of upper and lower Egypt, which is a key factor for the rapid development of Egyptian civilization.
Ruling a country with such great differences, if meinis is not a strong and powerful person with excellent leadership, he will not be able to maintain and consolidate the achievements of unity, and his kingdom will not last for more than 200 years.
This proves to us that Menez is an outstanding figure.
His historical activities have brought social progress and development to Egypt and promoted the development of the people of the world.
[Conclusion] Menez is AI.