Pepi I(pā`pē), fl. c.2300 B.C., king of ancient Egypt, of the VI dynasty. He was responsible for the rise of the official UniUni
, fl. c.2300 B.C., Egyptian official of the VI dynasty. His career is known through his private inscription. After rising from an obscure court position to a position of command, he defeated the Bedouins five times and pursued them as far as Palestine.
..... Click the link for more information. . He was succeeded by his sons Merenre, who reigned for less than decade, and Pepi IIPepi II
, d. c.2185 B.C., king of ancient Egypt, of the VI dynasty. His reign (c.2275–c.2185 B.C.) is the longest recorded in history. It was successful because the powerful southern lords at Elephantine organized the Egyptian caravan trade route, which enabled expeditions
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