The work of the Egyptian monk and historian Manetho has provided helpful evidence. Manetho, working around 300 BC, compiled a detailed history of Egyptian kings. This original work is now lost, but fragments are still preserved in works by Josephus (AD 70), Africanus (early third century AD), Eusebius (early century AD). fourth AD) and Syncellus (c. 800 AD). These preserved excerpts don’t always match and the given names are often inaccurate, but the Egypt history students still carry a huge debt to Manetho, ‘Father of History. Egypt’. Fox be strong when you are weak poster . It was Manetho who first split up the various dynasties and it was Manetho who kept the memory, though not his real name, of King Hatchepsut.