Pharaoh

A43 A45 S1:t S3:t S2 S4 ==Title origin== The title originates in the Egyptian term pr ˤ3, literally `great house`, describing the royal palace. Historically, however, `pharaoh` only started being used as a title for the king during the New Kingdom, specifically during the middle of the eighteenth dynasty, after the reign of Hatshepsut. ==Etym...
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pharaoh

(from Egyptian per `aa, `great house`), originally, the royal palace in ancient Egypt; the word came to be used as a synonym for the Egyptian king ... [9 related articles]
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Pharaoh

[n] - the title of the ancient Egyptian kings
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Pharaoh

• (n.) See Faro. • (n.) A title by which the sovereigns of ancient Egypt were designated.
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Pharaoh

Pharaoh of Egypt noun the title of the ancient Egyptian kings
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Pharaoh

[Book of Abraham] In Latter-day Saint theology, Pharaoh is the proper name of the first king of Egypt, as found in the Book of Abraham in the Pearl of Great Price. According to the Mormon text, Pharaoh is the son of Egyptus, daughter of Ham, son of Noah, who rules Egypt righteously during his entire reign. However, he does not have the `ful...
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Pharaoh

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Pharaoh

[video game] Campaign: Predynastic Period Campaign: Archaic Period Campaign: Old Kingdom Campaign: Middle Kingdom Campaign: New Kingdom ==Historical accuracy== Although the puzzle-like aspect of Pharaoh keeps the simulation far from realistic, the game stays true to the chronological order and timing of major events in the history of Egypt,...
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Pharaoh

Pha'raoh noun [ Hebrew parōh ; of Egyptian origin: confer Latin pharao , Greek .... Confer Faro .] 1. A title by which the sovereigns of ancient Egypt were designated. 2. See Faro . Pharaoh's chicken (Zoology) , the gier-eagle, ...
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Pharaoh

Egyptian meaning "Great House" originally the title for the kings palace, but later [between 1350 BC and 900 BC] became the name for the king. He was thought to be the son of Osiris, who`s responsibility it was to rule on earth, and act as a link between man and god.
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Pharaoh

from par'oh
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Pharaoh

Hebrew form of the Egyptian royal title Per-'o. This term, meaning `great house`, was originally applied to the royal household, and after about 950 BC to the king. Pharaohs wore insignia of...
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Pharaoh

Hebrew form of the Egyptian royal title Per-'o. This term, meaning `great house`, was originally applied to the royal household, and after about 950 BC to the king
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Pharaoh

name used for an Egyptian king. It comes from two Egyptian words meaning great house (per wer), so he was named after his palace.
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pharaoh

pharaoh (fâr'ō) [Heb., from Egyptian,=the great house], title of the kings of ancient Egypt. Of the pharaohs in the Bible, Shishak is Sheshonk I, Neco or Necoh is Necho, and Hophra is Apries. Many scholars believe that the pharaoh who oppressed the Jews in chapters 1–14 of the B...
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Pharaoh

Pharaoh was the title of the ruler of Ancient Egypt.
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