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Ka’s inscriptions have been found in three sites in Lower Egypt and one in Canaan.

The importance of the unification to ancient Egyptians is shown by the fact that Narmer is shown as the first king on the two necropolis seals, and under the name Menes, the first king in the later King Lists.

Of course, the Narmer Palette could represent an actual historical event while at the same time having a symbolic significance.

In 1993, Günter Dreyer discovered a “year label” of Narmer at Abydos, depicting the same event that is depicted on the Narmer Palette.

He probably was the successor to the Protodynastic king Ka, or possibly Scorpion.