Definition of Menes
1. mene [v] - See also: mene
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Literary usage of Menes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Egypt's Place in Universal History: An Historical Investigation in Five Books by Christian Karl Josias Bunsen, Samuel Birch (1867)
"Whether, like Manetho and Lepsius, we carry back the epoch of menes to the ... They must go back beyond menes into that vast field of the intellect and ..."
2. Proceedings of the Society of Biblical Archaeology by Society of Biblical Archaeology (1879)
"The following communication was read :— "The Date of menes, and the date of Buddha." By Ernest de Bunsen. In mentioning the systematic alteration of Hebrew ..."
3. Ancient Egypt: Her Monuments, Hieroglyphics, History and Archæology, and by George Robins Gliddon (1847)
"There seems to be no reason why menes should not have founded, or perhaps only extended, (?) either or both of these cities ; but it is particularly to be ..."
4. History of Liberty by Samuel Eliot (1853)
"The name of menes stands upon the ancient records as that of the first man who reigned in Egypt-1 That is, he was the first of the warriors by whom the ..."
5. The geography of Herodotus by James Talboys Wheeler (1854)
"The history commences with menes, the founder of the temple; it mentions three of his ... The old empire of menes, comprising the first twelve dynasties. 2. ..."
6. The Trail of History: Or, History of Religion and Empire in Parallel, from by Titus Mooney Merriman (1863)
"PERIOD I. FROM menes, 1816 AM, 2188 BC, TO THE END OF THE SHEPHERD KINGS, 2244 AM, AND 1760 BC menes. — He was the founder of Egyptian empire, ..."
7. The Manners and Customs of the Ancient Egyptians by John Gardner Wilkinson (1878)
"... Shepherd. aud Agriculturist—Hierarchy of Egypt—menes the first King— Neither Osiris nor any other Deity ever supposed by the Egyptians to have lived on ..."
8. The Sacred and Profane History of the World Connected: From the Creation of by Samuel Shuckford, James Creighton (1819)
"He observes, that after the time of menes, one thousand four hundred years passed before the Egyptians performed any considerable actions worth recording'. ..."