Khaba Rules Egypt

Khaba was a Pharaoh of Ancient Egypt's Old Kingdom and is generally considered to have reigned near the end of the Third Dynasty.

He is thought to be the successor to Sekhemkhet. Khaba is believed to have reigned a relatively brief four years between 2643 BC to 2637 BC, although these dates are highly conjectural, based on what scant evidence exists of this early king.