3,350 – 3,100 – Years of chaos end with installation of first Egyptian Pharaoh in Memphis. Civilization comes to the Second Region.
2690 – King Khufu (Cheops) begins construction of the Great Pyramid
2613 – Nephren-Ka, a truly foul pharaoh, rises to power in Third Dynasty Egypt. He revives the worship of dark gods such as Nyarlat, whom he renames Nyarlathotep. He also finds the Shining Trapezohedron and builds a temple around it. The pharaoh Snefru overthrows Nephren-Ka, and his name is utterly erased from Egyptian history. However, the dark religions he rediscovered are not forgotten again.
Nephren-Ka and his followers flee to the underground catacombs of Kish, where Nephren-Ka sacrifices a hundred victims to Nyarlathotep. In exchange, Nephren-Ka is given the gift of prophecy, and he spends the rest of his days drawing the future of the Earth on the walls of his tomb.
2600 – Bactrian Camel and Dromedary are domesticated
2600 – Completion of the Great Pyramid of Giza
2,291- Naram-Sin ascends the throne of Akkad. Directed by the warlike Inanna, he penetrates the Sinai peninsula, invades Egypt. he extended the empire to “the four quarters of the world” and was the first king to deify himself.
2200 – Queen Nitocris, the Ghoul-Queen, rises to power in Sixth Dynasty Egypt. She revives the worship of Nyarlathotep once more, and uncovers the Shining Trapezohedron. She engages in many unspeakable acts during her reign, weakening her nation sufficiently to usher in the First Intermediate Period of Egyptian history. She leaves behind an artifact known as the Mirror of Nitocris.
2,180 – Egypt divided; followers of Ra/Marduk retain the south; Pharaohs opposed to him gain the throne of lower Egypt.
2150 – The Black Pharaoh, sometimes called Khotep, lives at the end of the Sixth Dynasty of Egypt
2149 – Seventh and Eighth Dynasty of Egypt
2160 – Ninth Dynasty of Egypt, reign of Akhtoy Meryibtowe
2130 – Tenth Dynasty of Egypt, reign of Meryhathor
2134 – Eleventh Dynasty of Egypt, reign of Mentuhotep I
1645 – Epaphus the son of Io rules in Egypt.
1628 – Apis rules over the Peloponnese and Egypt
1400 – Thebes, capital of Egypt becomes the largest city of the world, taking the lead from Memphis in Egypt.
1386 – Dionysus known as Tauro Kranos restores Ammon as king of Egypt then conquers Damascus and all of India.
1323 Death of Pharaoh Tutankhamun of Egypt.
1175 – (Ramses III expels Sea-Peoples from Egypt in 1175 BC. Among those named are the Peleset, Tjeker and Denyen, ie. the Pelasgians, Teukrians and Danaians who are said to be based in Cyprus)
814 – 760 Dido
550 – Carthage conquers Sicily, Sardinia and Corsica