Pharaohs were the kings of ancient Egypt.
A couple were women, but most pharaohs were men.
referred to Pharaoh, not "the" pharaoh, but simply as Pharaoh.
There was only one pharaoh (at a time) and in ancient Egypt, everything
belonged to Pharaoh. When a new pharaoh came to power, everything in
ancient Egypt automatically belonged to the new pharaoh.
the beginning, the people could talk directly to Pharaoh. As time
went by, and the population grew and expanded, the Egyptian kings began to rely
on their viziers
to talk for them to the people. The vizier was the highest rank in government, next only to
(story & game)
Pharaoh's Palace (interactive)
Day in the Life of a Pharaoh
sails - building Pharaoh's boat
a Pharaoh for his tomb (interactive)
II - The Pharaoh Who Made A Name for Himself (cartoon illustrated
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Pharaohs: King Tut
Pharaohs: Hatstepsut, the Woman Who Was King & Hatstepsut
short stories of Egyptian Kings & Queen by Mark Millmore
narrated video tours - Valley of the Kings