Pharaoh of Egypt

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Noun1.Pharaoh of Egypt - the title of the ancient Egyptian kingsPharaoh of Egypt - the title of the ancient Egyptian kings
Cheops, Khufu - Egyptian Pharaoh of the 27th century BC who commissioned the Great Pyramid at Giza
ruler, swayer - a person who rules or commands; "swayer of the universe"
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Under unbearable pressure, and with a mighty swing of his left foot, the new Pharaoh of Egypt took his nation back to the World Cup for the first time since 1990.
This "burning bush" miracle was God's response to the prayers of the Israelites for deliverance from the then cruel pharaoh of Egypt.
It all began back in 1874 BCE during the rule of Senausert III, Pharaoh of Egypt.
Sisi wants to be the latest Pharaoh of Egypt, and is serious about weeding out any potential resistance to his illegal power grab that has ousted a popularly elected president and his party.
They said the couple was married by the Pharaoh of Egypt, Joseph's former master, and one of their bases that they were Jesus and Mary Magdalene is the pharaoh's blessings which reads: "Blessed are you by the Lord God of Joseph, because he is the first-born of God, and you will be called the Daughter of God Most High and the bride of Joseph now and for ever.
The Pharaoh of Egypt, the 'superpower' of the Bronze Age, had a regular correspondence with the King of Alasia, who used to send him hundreds of copper ingots, in exchange for luxury goods.
Washington, February 19 ( ANI ): A new book has cast doubt on the long held theory that Cleopatra VII, the last pharaoh of Egypt, committed suicide along with her two handmaidens soon after the conquering of her country by Rome.
Today, Morsi has usurped all power and proclaimed himself the new pharaoh of Egypt.
The Quran tells a story about the pharaoh of Egypt who challenged Moses, mocking him and his God.
time of the last great Pharaoh of Egypt was uncovered in the country's northwestern province of Tabuk.
Queen Hatshepsut was the first female Pharaoh of Egypt.