This is illustrated by comparing the chronology as given by two Egyptologists, the first writing in 1906, the second in 2000 (all dates in the table are BC).
The disparities between the two sets of dates result from additional discoveries and refined understanding of the still very incomplete source evidence.
On the topic of men and women and what each one wishes they could say to each other without throwing a tantrum and eventually breaking up: Here’s my two cents.
Well, trust me when I say, just like you don’t want random guys adding you on Facebook, we don’t want random women adding us on Facebook. During my time on Facebook, I’ve been added by quite a few women, yet I never threw a shit storm and sent “Why the hell are you adding me? Face it, Facebook has its perils as well – and a block button.
In the early days of Egyptology, the compilation of regnal periods was also hampered due to a profound biblical bias on the part of the Egyptologists.
This was most pervasive before the mid 19th century, when Manetho's figures were recognized as conflicting with biblical chronology based on Old Testament references to Egypt (see Pharaohs in the Bible).
Suffocation is another concept whereby this gets real old, real fast.
As a matter of fact, here’s a little lesson on human nature: The more you keep pushing someone in a certain direction, the more they push back. Breathing room is a concept whereby I get a chance to miss you and want you.
I seem to get this one a lot, usually during the early stages of conversation.
Well, honey, first of all you’re probably fishing in the wrong pond if these are the type of guys you manage to end up with, and, as far as perversion goes, the whole world is perverted in one way or another.
These revisions have resulted in a lowering of the conventional chronology by up to 400 years at the beginning of Dynasty I.
The backbone of Egyptian chronology are the regnal years as recorded in Ancient Egyptian king lists.
A number of Old Kingdom inscriptions allude to a periodic census of cattle, which experts at first believed took place every second year; thus records of as many as 24 cattle censuses indicate Sneferu had reigned 48 years.