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Monarchy of Egypt
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Emblem
Incumbent
Fawzia-Latifa of Egypt
Berenice VI
Details
Formation Times immemorial
Residence Palace of the Pharaoh, Thebes

Throughout its millennia-long history, Egypt has been ruled by numerous monarchs from several dynasties. The Egyptian king or queen is natively called the pharaoh, and this title is often left untranslated in English.

House of Caesare (44 B.C. - 213 A.D.)

Name Picture Term began Term ended Duration Dynasty Claim Notability
Caesarion EA82B6E2-47AB-49FC-AC8B-FA308A79A7EF 2 September

44 B.C.

October

10 A.D.

54 years Caesare Son of Cleopatra Secured Egyptian Survival
Caesarion II 2C478411-48A8-47FE-8A89-6D6AE982EE11 October

10 A.D.

6 July 39 28 years Caesare Son of Caesarion Got Egypt out of Roman debt
Caesarion III Drusus Caesar 6 July 39 31 August 80 41 years, 1 month, 25 days  Caesare Son of Caesarion II Held off Roman and Parthian forces
Caesarion IV 31 August 80 3 November

102

22 years, 2 months, 3 days Caesare Son of Caesarion III Annexed Cyprus
Caesarion V A9C08E09-6089-4F1B-8B52-6C8A2D5D477E 3 November 102 7 May 157 54 years, 6 months, 4 days Caesare Grandson of Caesarion IV Made the Egyptian Navy the strongest in the world
Caesarion VI Hadrian Coin 7 May 157 19 May 199 42 years

12 days

Caesare Grand Nephew of Caesarion V Saw the increasing power of the
Caesarion VII B5A5FAEC-A5BF-4224-83B2-36638F025B9D 19 May 199 5 August

213

14 years, 2 months, 17 days Caesare Grandson

of Caesarion VI

Lost power to the Hekhste Rabbis

Hekhste Rabbi (213-315)

For a while Egypt was lead by a Hierarchical clerical structures and on the top is the Hekhste Rabbi.

Name Picture Term began Term ended Duration Previous Diocese Notability
Hekhste Miltiades 5 August 213 1 December

257

44 years, 3 months, 26 days Arch Rabbi of Cairo Established the Rabbite Egyptian Empire
Hekhste Hemispheri 1 December 257 7 April 289 31 years, 4 months, 6 days Arch Rabbi of Sinai Defeated a Roman invasion
Hekhste Washas 7 April 289 21 February 295 5 years, 10 months, 14 days Arch Rabbi of Alexandria Locked in a power struggle during his reign
Hekhste Gotdid 21 February

295

9 October 315 20 years, 6 months, 19 days Arch Rabbi Of Sinai Re-installed the Caesares

Restored Caesare (315-408)

Name Picture Term began Term ended Duration Claim Notability
Caesarion VIII C1100907-C813-44A2-8D10-05F4E4500A55 9 October

315

4 May 367 51 years, 7 months, 25 days Descendant of Caesarion VII Implemented by the Hekhste Rabbis
Caesarion IX Licinius Coin 4 May 367 31 August

400

33 years, 3 months, 27 days Fifth son of Caesarion VIII Had to beat his five brothers to secure power
Caesarion X 31 August 400 7 September

408

8 years

7 days

Son of Caesarion IX Lost to a Roman invasion

Christinos Dynasty (408-499)

In 404, a wealthy Christian merchant name Andronikus staged a coup in Egypt and sparked a civil war which he won in 408.

Name Picture Term began Term ended Duration Claim Notability
Andronikus I Honorius Coins 7 September 408 24 March 456 47 years, 6 months, 17 days Recognized

by the pope

Was instated by the first Crusade
Andronikus ll Pope Miltiades 24 March 456 5 June

499

43 years, 2 months, 12 days Grandson of Andronikus I Had a succession crisis

Under the Byzantines (499-1099)

After the Christinos Dynasty died out the Byzantine took control and did so for a long time. They signed a 600 year agreement to be released in 1099.

Komenos Era (1099-1170)

After the Byzantines were losing their grip on Egypt Emperor Alexios I made his son king of Egypt

Name Picture Term began Term ended Duration Claim Notability
Andronikus III ED505260-85FA-4EA6-ADF8-118DA2FB5B18 1 January

1099

9 June 1170 71 years, 5 months, 8 days Viceroy of Egypt Had no children

Second Caesare restoration (1170-1421)

Name Portrait Reign began Reign ended Duration Claim Notability
Caesarion XI B0694563-8F5F-4BE1-AEAD-20F90D34F2D9 9 June 1170 17 September 1201 41 years, 2 months, 8 days Descendant of Caesarion V Reclaim the throne after 700 years
Caesarion XII King Sverre 17 September 1201 6 January 1208 6 years, 3 months, 11 Days Son of Caesarion XI Poisoned
Caesarion XIII King Uroš I 6 January 1208 25 April 1219 11 years, 3 months, 19 days Son of Caesarion XI Seized power from his Brother
Caesarion XIV Mindaugas 25 April 1219 11 August 1241 22 years, 3 months, 14 days Son of Caesarion XIV Established the Caesarism religion
Caesarion XV Hethum of Armenia 11 August 1241 31 November 1293 52 years, 3 months, 20 days Grandson of Caesarion XIV Suppressed an Islamic uprising
Caesarion XVI Charles of Valois 31 November 1293 5 January 1295 1 years, 1 month, 4 days Great-Grandson of Caesarion XV Assassinated
Caesaria Marie of Brabant 5 January 1295 12 April 1317 22 years, 3 months, 7 days Sister of Caesarion XVI First female ruler since Cleopatra
Caesarion XVII Alexander of Tver 12 April 1317 9 July 1333 16 years, 2 months, 3 days Son of Caesaria Met with the Pope in 1327
Caesarion XVIII Rudolph of Lorraine 9 July 1333 11 July 1333 2 days Son of Caesarion XVIII Assassinated
Caesarion XIX Simeon Uroš 11 July 1333 23 October 1369 36 years, 4 months, 12 days Brother of Caesarion XVIII Adopted the bible in Caesarism
Caesarion XX Cansignorio Della Scala 23 October 1369 13 December 1375 6 years, 1 month, 10 days Son of Caesarion XIX Crowned by the first Egyptian pope
Caesarion XXI Martino Zaccaria 13 December 1375 1 February 1391 15 years, 1 month, 12 days Son of Caesarion XX Poisoned
Caesaria II Elizabeth of Poland 1 February

1391

16 May 1407 20 years, 3 months, 15 days Daughter of Caesarion XXI Bought her nephew a cardinalship

Sforza Dynasty (1421-1535)

After a diplomatic failure with France a war broke out, the French bought the aide of the Italian Condottiero Francesco Sforza but during the war the French claimant, the Frenchs nobles decided to support Francesco as King of Egypt. This lead to Byzantine Emperor Manuel II to recognize the Sforza in exchange for Cyprus.

Name Portrait Reign began Reign ended Duration Claim Notability
Francesco I Francesco I Sforza 16 May 1421 8 March 1466 44 years, 9 months, 21 days Made King by the French Established a citizen army
Francesco II Galeazzo Sforza 8 March

1466

26 December

1476

10 years, 9 months, 18 days Son of Francesco Assassinated
Berenice V Ippolita Maria Sforza 26 December

1476

20 August 1488 11 years, 7 months, 26 days Sister of Francesco II Asked to be called “Priestess Berenice”
Francesco III Ludvigo Sforza 20 August 1488 27 October 1508 20 years, 2 months, 8 days Brother of Berenice V Secured Red Sea supremacy
Francesco IV Francesco Sforza 27 October 1508 24 October 1535 26 years, 11 months, 3 days Son of Francesco III His death caused a civil war

Third Caesare Restoration (1535-1955)

Name Picture Reign began Reign ended Duration Claim Notability
Caesarion XXII Louis of Condé 24 October

1535

5 April 1567 31 years, 6 months, 12 days Descendant

of Caesara II

Re-established the Coptic religion
Caesarion XXIII Henri of Condé 5 April 1567 18 June 1629 62 years, 2 months, 13 days Grandson of Caesarion

XXII

Suppressed a Protestant revolution
Caesarion XXIV Louis, Grande Condé 18 June 1629 11 December

1686

57 years, 5 months, 24 days Great Grandson of Caesarion XXIII Modernized the army
Caesarion XXV Charles, Hesse-Philestine 11 December

1686

7 February 1733 46 years, 1 month, 28 days Great Grandson of Caesarion XXIV Established the Caesare-Bourbon branch
Caesarion XXVI Louis Joseph of Condé 7 February

1733

18 May 1769 36 years, 3 months, 11 days Grandson of Caesarion XXV Modernized the navy
Caesarion XXVII Louis Henri Joseph of Condé 18 May 1769 29 August 1801 32 years, 3 months, 11 days Son of Caesarion XXVI Helped America gain its independence
Caesarion

XXVIII

Louis-Antoine of Condé 29 August 1801 1 October

1843

42 years, 1 month, 2 days Nephew of Caesarion XXVII Established the railroad
Caesarion

XXIX

Mustafa Resid Pasha 1 October

1843

17 December

1889

46 years, 2 months, 16 days Grandson of Caesarion XXVIII Referred to as the “Common Pharaoh” as he resembled the natives
Caesarion

XXX

Willem Einthoven 17 December

1889

6 July 1955 65 years, 6 months, 20 days Great Grandson of Caesarion XXIX Assassinated

People’s Republic of Egyptian Provinces (1955-1978)

Name Picture Term began Term ended Faction Notability
Karlis Moweh Khaled Mohieddin 6 July 1955 6 July 1975 Engelist Established the state
Jonas Sadat Anwar Sadat cropped 6 July 1975 1 January 1978 Nasserist Implemented a monarch and became Prime Minister

Fourth Caesare Restoration (1978)

Name Picture Reign began Reign ended Duration Claim Notability
Caesarion XXXI Fuad II of Egypt 1 January

1978

4 July 1999 21 years, 7 months, 3 days Grandson of Caesarion XXX First monarch to be born outside Egypt in six centuries
Jonas I Prince Muhammed Ali of Sa’id 4 July 1999 4 July 2004 5 years Son of Caesarion XXXI Died in a car accident after a five-year reign celebration
Berenice VI Fawzia-Latifa of Egypt 4 July 2004 Incumbent 16 years, 2 months and 21 days Sister of Jonas I First female monarch in 550 years
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