Khufu Dynasty
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The powerful Khufu Dynasty ruled Shorafa for nearly two millennium, during the peak of Shorafi power and expansion. Many records have been lost, but sages and scholars have put together an incomplete list of the men and women of Shorafa who took the title of "Pharaoh."

The Pharaohs, or "God-Kings" of Shorafa were:

  • An-Arak; the First Pharaoh, (founded Shorafa in 1077/2)
  • Quateeri; the Naga Pharaoh
  • An-Kemec; The Child Pharaoh
  • Asulek
  • Al-Kemu
  • Kemusar
  • An-Tepheru; The Gilded Pharaoh
  • An-Hepsu
  • Neferkari; the Seductress Pharaoh
  • Horak; the Pharaoh of forgotten Plagues (unleashed Night Plague on Nimbor)
  • Setirah; the Conquering Pharaoh (conquered Tekritian League)
  • Djederet
  • An-Arak II
  • Totra
  • Neferkari II
  • Ankhetep
  • Menedes; the Wise Pharaoh
  • Al-Vashu
  • Horak II
  • An-Khemet; the Song Pharaoh
  • Jeteeri; the Insatiable Pharaoh
  • Azdari; the Cautious Pharaoh
  • An-Hepsul; the Unholy Pharaoh (became a lich, ruled for nearly 350 years)
  • Hetshepsu; the Fiery Pharaoh
  • Hezeret; the Radiant Pharaoh
  • Anok-Fero; the Cerulean Pharaoh
  • Renodi; the Pharaoh of Numbers
  • Nefaron
  • Quateeri II
  • An-Eshkar
  • Menashte II; the Wind Pharaoh
  • Hakotep; the Sky Pharaoh
  • Djederet II; the Nexus Pharaoh
  • An-Tot
  • An-Ket
  • Hiroshek
  • An-Khanib; the Symbiont Pharaoh
  • Anrotep
  • An-Sanak
  • An-Keret; the Blind Pharaoh
  • An-Ineb; the Tiger Pharaoh
  • Zahur
  • An-Kho
  • Nazmi; the Seductress Pharaoh
  • Menedes III; the Last Pharaoh (murdered in 407/4)