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 (mē′nēz) fl. 3000 bc.
King of Egypt who united Upper and Lower Egypt, thus founding Egypt's first dynasty.
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(Biography) the first king of the first dynasty of Egypt (?3100 bc). He is said to have united Upper and Lower Egypt and founded Memphis
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(ˈmi niz)

fl. c3200 B.C., traditionally the first king of Egypt and founder of the first dynasty.
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