I wish my dear friends to read the biography of this brave, patriotic, king – this king who was called the “martyr king.” He defended Egypt until he was martyred as he led the first major battles against the Hyksos after he cast terror in the hearts of this rabble, King (Kams); what the brave leader (Ahmose), who ended with his coming left and his hands that black era in the history of Egypt!
The king (Saknn Ra) is the grandfather of King (Ahmose), who chased the Hyksos. King (Saknn Ra) is one of the kings of the seventeenth family (1560-1558 BC), that is, more than (3,500 years), the family that ruled southern Egypt through its capital, Thebes (currently Luxor), when the Hyksos were occupying Egypt.
This family, led by (Saknn Ra), resisted the occupation of the Hyksos, who had occupied a large part of Egyptian land for a century, as there was complete control of northern Egypt, and their influence extended to the central region.
In the war to liberate Egypt from the occupation of the Hyksos, the king (Saknn Ra) was martyred while defending the land of Egypt, and he was in his forties. Here, the mummy of the king, which is located in the mummy hall of the Egyptian Museum, shows the injuries sustained, and the mummification that occurred to her, because of the speed of the mummification work in the middle of the battle.
A large cavity appears in the skull. Surgeons in the head show the extent of the king’s strikes during the battle. The king’s head was covered in horrific wounds: traces of a dagger appear behind the ear. Despite all this, the mummy’s mouth still contains a whole bunch of healthy teeth.
The mummy of the martyr king (Saknn Ra) was buried in the area (Daraa Abu Al-Naja), and later buried in Deir el-Bahri in Luxor, where it discovered in the cache of Deir el-Bahri in 1881 AD inside (Valley of the Kings). It is now in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.
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