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Pharaohs Social Studies

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  1. 1. Ancient Egyptian Pharaohs Exequelle 8-17
  2. 2. Introduction What is a Pharaoh? <ul><li>Pharaohs are the ruler of Egypt, the divine living ruler. They rule everything. The money and even the people. The only acception is if the Pharaoh is poor, a richer man can over rule them. The pharaoh can make anyone do whatever they want. He can make people work for him, if he wanted too. </li></ul>
  3. 3. How do you Become a Pharaoh? <ul><li>You can’t become a Pharaoh. So you can’t be named a Pharaoh. When a Pharaoh died, the Pharaoh’s position would go to his son. When that Pharaoh died it would go to his son, with the same cycle. </li></ul>
  4. 4. What Responsibilities do you Have as a Pharaoh? <ul><li>As a Pharaoh you have many responsibilities. They had to hand jobs to other people. They had to give jobs to scribes, priests, soldiers, tradesman, and merchants. Pharaohs had to fight for their land, or to conquer other lands. They had to risk their lives at times. </li></ul>
  5. 5. When Pharaohs Died Where Did They Get Buried? <ul><li>Pharaohs were buried in large pyramids. These pyramids were kept in secret places, like underground. Pharaohs were mummified so they would have a body in the afterlife. The Egytian’s believed that Pharaohs are suppose to rule the afterlife as well as their current life. </li></ul>
  6. 6. How do we Know That Pharaohs Aren’t Myths? <ul><li>We know they exist, because Pharaohs have been buried in underground pyramids. There is proof that Pharaohs existed. For example, King Tut’s tomb was invaded. They found several stuff. Like his coffin, they saw his dead body, and there were hieroglyphics along the wall, that said here was King Tut, and whoever trespassed was cursed. </li></ul>
  7. 7. The 1 st Pharaoh King Menes <ul><li>King Menes was the 1 st Pharaoh of Ancient Egypt. He was the Pharaoh that united both Upper and Lower Egypt together. Very little information is known about him, except he was a fair leader, and loved by many. </li></ul>
  8. 8. The Most Famous Pharaoh King Tutankhamen <ul><li>King Tut is the most widely known Pharaoh of all of Egypt. Many people know him, because his tomb was invaded. He was a Egyptian Pharaoh at a very young age. He was announced Pharaoh at the age of 12. In his tomb, there is a lot of items made out of gold. Which would only mean King Tutankhamen was really rich. These are some of the items that were inside his tomb. </li></ul>
  9. 9. King Tutankhamen <ul><li>King Tut didn’t accomplish much when he was a Pharaoh. Since he was young he couldn’t accomplish anything. Many people suggest that he was murdered. People say he was hit it the head. Resulting several bumps in the back of his skull. Although many people say this, it is not proven actually true. </li></ul>
  10. 10. King Ramses II <ul><li>King Ramses II was an Egyptian ruler for a very long time. He ruled for 67 years. He was a very powerful Pharaoh, as he tried to dominate several lands. He led many armies to win over land. He wanted to let people of Egypt know, how strong he really was. He made several statues of himself. So people would see him and remember him. </li></ul>
  11. 11. Cleopatra <ul><li>Cleopatra is one of the only Ancient Egypt Pharaoh, that was a woman. Cleopatra was a very great leader, she was very fair as well. Her life was explained as a tragic love story. She made several people fall in love with her. Then war broke out then her love died, she knew she was about to die. Then she went to a room. As she ended her life, she committed suicide, by taking a snake. Then making the snake bite her chest. </li></ul>
  12. 12. Conclusion <ul><li>This concludes my slide show. I hope you learned how and what is a Pharaoh. How they ruled, and how they did it. I hope that you learned a lot. </li></ul>
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