The second title is “(He of) the Two Ladies” representing the king as manifesting, and under the protection of, the goddesses Nekhbet the Vulture of Elkab and Hierakonpolis in Upper Egypt, and Wadjet of Buto Cobra in Lower Egypt.
The sedge plant symbolic of Upper Egypt The bee symbolic of Lower Egypt.
This is also known as nswt-bìty, a title which expressed the many dualities over which the king exercised rule:
Upper and Lower Egypt
The Black Land of cultivation (Horus) and the Red Land of desert (Set)
Realms of Day and Night
Natural and the Supernatural
SON of RA
The fifth title is “Son of Ra”
This name claims a direct solar origin for the king as child of the sun-god. The Horus name was commonly written in the serekhs of ancient Egypt.
(There are a couple of cases in which the Horus name appears without serekhs, and only Peribsen and Khasekhemwy (Ham) have serekhs without the Horus name)
Ancient Egyptian royal titulary
Link to genealogy of Ham
This will be the first of several short blog series to connect to my big up coming Story on The Scorpion Cain King and many more interesting connection blogs coming soon.