Visual Timeline: Heka
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6000 BCE - 3150 BCE: Heka develops during the Predynastic Period in Egypt.
3150 BCE - 2613 BCE: Heka appears in inscriptions during the Early Dynastic Period in Egypt.
2613 BCE - 2181 BCE: Heka associated with the heart and tongue and the gods Sia and Hu during the Old Kingdom of Egypt.
1570 BCE - 1069 BCE: Heka is eclipsed by the god Amun during the New Kingdom of Egypt.
525 BCE - 323 BCE: Heka represented as a child in Late Period of Ancient Egypt, associated with agriculture.
300 CE - 400 CE: Rise of Christianity in Egypt replaces Heka and old religion with new model of belief.