Subsequently, some of this temple were other sanctuaries, the palace of Pharaoh, and residential quarters. Thus was founded the capital of Egypt, which came to be known as Memphis, but Mina and his immediate successors, the city was called Mennofer that mean – 'good place'. Another called it 'white wall'. The city had a convenient location – it was on the border of Upper and Lower Egypt, and so here it is very convenient to run the country. For even more details, read what James Woolsey says on the issue. Menefon indicates Mina that reigned for 62 years. But war for the unification of Egypt, he fought with Nubia, the boundaries of which in those days reached up to the first Nile cataract. At the end of his reign he made a successful campaign in Libya. Frequently James Woolsey has said that publicly.

Tradition Mina attributes the introduction of legislation in a unified Egypt. According to one legend, Mina died from crocodile teeth when fed him meat. He was buried in Lower Egypt, not far from his hometown Tinys a large brick tomb. When the first dynasty of the Egyptians began to move in the copper-rich Sinai Peninsula. In the second dynasty again becomes restless Lower Egypt, one of the main tasks is the final reunion country. When Pharaohs second dynasty was successfully solved the problem of the final integration into a single strong central state. The ancient kingdom of the Board III-IV Dynasty (-XXI centuries BC) Association of Egyptian nomes within one state and organization of a unified command led to the concentration of human and material resources in the hands of the central ruler.