Pharaoh Essay After watching the videos and reading about each pharaoh in the book, I thought about it and all of the pharaohs did something that I liked. It was tough trying to pick which ones stood out. I think that Amenhotep and Hatshepsut are at the top of my list. The next two that I would choose to be at the top are Akenhaten and Remses II. The last ones I would choose ate Tutankhamen, Tutmosis III, and Kamos. Overall I couldn’t tell you who I prefer the best. My selection was based off a few different things. For all the pharaohs it seemed to go well when war was not going on. The reason that I put Amenhotep III at the beginning was because he showed peace and how much he wanted to provide peace to his people. He was very smart about he brought up peace in the way that he didn’t go to war to prove he wanted it he used his words. He let people know what was happening and wanted to keep his people involved as much as possible. My opinion on Hatshepsut is that she should be the second best because she was the first female that was ever a pharaoh. She made a goal to go out get noticed and make history and I think she did so. She got out to other countries and spoke to them about what she had in mind. She was also a peacemaker. She made temples, and had one of the most memorable tombs of the time. Akenhaten was third in my book because he wasn’t just a pharaoh but he was more down to earth and not looked high on like some of the other pharaohs. One of the accomplishments he had was he created a new capital that was eight miles long. He was the most powerful king and was the first to believe in one god. Remses II was my fourth choice because he was like a warrior. He was one to rather have peace then war. One thing he did was lie to people about what happened at the battle to make himself sound like an amazing warrior which I am not sure who else would of done that. He built one of the most amazing temples that had 134 columns.
A pharaoh is related to as a high class job. Other jobs like the slaves and the soldiers work for the pharaoh. They communicate to each other. Farmers supply food for the soldiers that go to war. So jobs can help warfare. Pharaohs lead the battle and they are like a president/general. The pharaoh decides whether to invade or not. The pharaoh is the king over all jobs and warfare. That is how jobs, warfare, and pharaohs work together to form Egypt!….
danger at the beginning of her leadership. In this essay I will compare, contrast and analyze how these two female leaders helped their countries succeed, and were successful in maintaining and conceiving maat.
Hatshepsut and Golda Meir have many traits in common. The first similarity between the two leaders is that they were both the first females to have such an important and high job in their countries. Hatshepsut as the first female Pharaoh of Egypt, and Golda Meir as the first female Israeli….
resources. Pharaohs represented the sun with a signification of a birthing cycle which entailed birth, death, and then rebirth.
In the book the Building the Great Pyramids it explains the concept of the Egyptian afterlife. The judgment of one’s present earthly life depended upon if they were to have a happy life after death of immortality. The actions of the man’s deeds such as rituals performed by praising the sun predicted if they were to join the gods which were once known to be pharaohs. “I spoke….
My Pharaoh Essay
I am Pharaoh Hatshepsut and I am the chosen one to rule Egypt. As I am a woman it takes a lot of work to rule Egypt and make sure everyone believes that I am a true Pharaoh. Becoming Pharaoh was not an easy task, but I did manage to do everything like a real Pharaoh would. Just like every Pharaoh I had my role to uphold. I had many roles to obtain some of which were difficult.
Some of my many roles were to watch the law courts and make sure everything that was going on was….
was sethi who was a pharaoh and his mother Queen Tuya. He was named after his grandfather Ramses l. Ramses grew up in the royal court of Egypt. He was educated and brought up to be a leader in Egypt. His father became Pharaoh when Ramses was around 5 years old. At that time, Ramses had an older brother who was prince of Egypt and in line to become the next Pharaoh. However, his older brother died when Ramses was around 14 years old. Now Ramses II was in line to become Pharaoh.
At the age of fifteen….
The pharaohs job was to create laws but he also needed to worship the gods ,but the pharaohs needed help so he created smaller rulers and spread them around the country.
The vizier. The vizier was like a Prime Minister. So everyone would report to the vizier instead of directly to the Pharaoh. The Vizier had judged by three laws. 1. Act by the law. 2. Judge fairly to all 3. Don't act out of line.
The Nomarks. The nomarks were right under the vizier. Nomarks ruled the lands called a nome. Most of….
Pharaohs were the supreme leader of Egypt
but that was a job they couldn't do alone
They Had many different workers working for him
Egyptians were really religious people who believed in many different gods, goddesses, and Pharaohs
The king of all gods being Re, the sun god
They also believed small figures of gods would protect them.
They also believed that making eyes on their doors, it would word off evil
Cats were a worshiped animal
They were worshiped so much that there was a law if a person….
features seem to be African. The name of Taharqa appears on the chest of the sphinx. His eyelids are not as heavy as the sphinx of Senusret III. The mane around his neck has a kind of decorations which is similar to a lion’s hair.
Senusret III was a pharaoh of Egypt. The sphinx of Senusret III was found in Karnak, Egypt. It goes to the 12th dynasty (1878-1845 B.C). It is made of gneiss. When viewing the sphinx it is recognizable that it is a king for some of the symbols seen on him. Such as, the headdress….
Pharaoh: the boy who conquered the Nile (By Jackie French)
Essay Topic: Did Narmer potray the qualities of a true King?
In the novel ‘Pharaoh’ written by Jackie, Narmer did portray the qualities of a true King. Narmer was courageous, loyal and demonstrated great leadership skills as he embarked on his journey as self discovery.
Firstly, Narmer showed leadership qualities when he arrived at Sumer with the Trader, Nitho….
Ma’at was the goddess with a feather on her head. She represents harmony, truth, justice, and the balance of things on earth. She is involved with the judgement of the dead. Pharaohs made lots of sacrifices for her. She was very smart.
According to the Egyptians, when you die the heart of your soul is weighed. The heart of your soul is called Ka. Ka represents individuality. On one side of the scale that weighs your Ka there is a feather, on the other side is your Ka. If your Ka is lighter than the….