The Thirteenth Dynasty
- Amenemhet V also known as (Ameny Intef IV), ruled for short reign about 1770 BCE, his tomb unknown.
- Other known king is Hor Auyibre, ruled also for short time about 1770 BCE, his tomb at Dahshur.
- Sobekhotep II also known as Amenmehet VI, he ruled in about 1760 and his tomb in Dahshur as some scholars suggests.
- King Khendjer Userkare ruled about in 1747 BCE, his Pyramid in the south of Sakkara.
This dynasty was an anarchy and disorder period. The central government was weak and maybe there are internal struggles. The study of this dynasty is very difficult because the remaining monuments of that period is very less, and the most information, which came to us from this dynasty, was by a small fragmented inscriptions.
During the thirteenth dynasty some Asians was settled in the eastern side of the delta. In the same time the Nubian places were abandoned while the trading movement was grew at Avaris (Tell el-Dabba).