People - Ancient Egypt: Khendjer SECOND INTERMEDIATE PERIOD 13th Dynasty. The Hyksos invade and conquer. Eventually the Theban princes regain power. Kamose
defeats the Hyksos.
Khendjer in Wikipedia
Khendjer was an Egyptian king (throne name: Userkare) of the 13th Dynasty. The name Khendjer is poorly attested in Egyptian.
Khendjer "has been interpreted as a foreign name hnzr and equated with the Semitic personal name h(n)zr, [for] boar'" according to
the Danish Egyptologist Kim Ryholt. He notes that this identification is confirmed by the fact that the name h(n)zr is written
as hzr in a variant spelling of this king's name on a seal from this king's reign. Ryholt states that the word boar' is
"attested as huzīru in Akkadian, hinzīr in Arabic, hazīrā in Aramaic, hazīr in Hebrew (the name is attested as hēzīr in I Chron.
24:15, Neh. 10:20) hu-zi-ri in the Nuzi texts, hnzr in Ugarit, and perhaps hi-zi-ri in Amorite." 
Khendjer was, therefore, the earliest known Semitic king of a native Egyptian dynasty. Khendjer's prenomen or throne name,
Userkare, translates as "The Soul of Re is Powerful."
The latest attested date for his reign is the fourth month of the season of Akhet (inundation), day 15 in his fifth regnal year.
Kim Ryholt notes that two dated control notes on stone blocks from his unfinished pyramid complex give him a minimum reign of 4
years 3 months and 5 days. The aforementioned control notes are dated to Year 1 I Akhet day 10 and Year 5 IV Akhet day 15 of his
Drawing of Khendjer's unfinished Saqqara tomb
Khendjer is known primarily from his pyramid complex excavated by G. Jequier at Saqqara which was perhaps completed as a pyramidion
was found. He is also known from several inscriptions and objects which bear his unique Semitic name. These include a fragment
of a canopic jar found at his pyramid complex of Saqqara, which offers a partial name for his queen, Seneb ... "which may be
restored as Sonb[henas]." A stela from Abydos records building projects by the king at the Osiris temple at Abydos and names the
vizier Ankhu. Another stela once in Liverpool (destroyed in World War II), provides the name of the king's son "Khedjer". He might
be a son of the king. Other objects with his name, according to the list provided by Ryholt, include three cylinder-seals from
Athribis, a tile found near el-Lisht, scarab seals and an axe blade.