Great point Maatkare.
That is why I post here... to offer CONTROVERSIAL new interpretations. My argument is that Egyptian History has been GROSSLY mis-interpreted. There is much more evidence today, on how these names / king lists should be interpreted, and these king-lists like the narmer pallete didn't exist before... archaeologists filled in the blanks by GUESSING... and sometimes GUESSED WRONG. I guess wrong too sometimes.
Here is an example of GROSS Mis-interpretation:
This picture is DEFINITELY not Isis... you can see a little VULTURE on the COW head-piece ....
(old, younger, youngest) (youngest holding the sun)(oldest with long hair)
(picture of hathor, buto, nekhebet)
A conventional argument, just like you mentioned, is that the picture in the first link is Hathor with the cow headpiece.... but I believe a Cow headpiece with a Vulture is Nekhebet. In the Text of the story are the names Wadjet(Buto) and Nekhebet. I have these two goddesses as being both mother and daughter and sister-in-laws.
1 picture, 3 different translations, 3 different opinions... Isis, Hathor and Nekhebet. This is very common in Egyptology.
I believe that many scholars have previously looked at pictures of different Falcon Pharoahs with DIFFERENT NAMES, and incorrrectly grouped them all into a single Horus. Sometimes a different name signifies a different person.
It is my hope that people explore theories like this, look critically, and offer alternatives / fill in the blanks / or prove it wrong.
Or that some scholar picks up on this idea, and proves it correct.