Pharaoh -- Theme
Pharaoh s at the Museum | NC Museum of History
Teleport to Al Kharid , and use the magic carpet network to get to Sophanem . Speak with Tarik south of the Jalsavrah Pyramid near the northern gates of the city. He'll explain the pyramid, the dangers within, and explain the collection and selling of artefacts to Simon Templeton .
"It doesn't prove anything 100 percent ... but it does strongly suggest that there is a familial relationship here," Weeks told .
After suffering a crushing defeat at the hands of Roman rival Octavian , Mark Antony, believing Cleopatra to be dead, killed himself. Cleopatra followed by also committing suicide, supposedly by being bitten by an asp, although the truth is unknown. After her death on August 12, 30 ., Cleopatra was buried alongside Antony in a yet to be discovered location.
The future Akhenaten was a younger son of Amenhotep III and Chief Queen Tiye . The eldest son Crown Prince Thutmose was recognized as the heir of Amenhotep III but he died relatively young and the next in line for the throne was a prince named Amenhotep. 
The statue lists several other important titles held by Kaires: "overseer of all king's works" and "foremost of the House of Life," which was a library of sorts that contained papyri that recorded knowledge on a variety of subjects, the archaeologists said in the statement. Very few papyri dating back more than 4,000 years have been found in Egypt.
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Ramses II commissioned an almost unparalleled amount of building projects at home. Some of these were actually initiated under the rule of his father, Seti I , such as the Hypostyle Hall at Karnak , the temple at Abydos , Seti I’s funerary temple, and one of the two temples at Abu Simbel . Projects initiated under Ramses II’s reign included the other temple at Abu Simbel and his own funerary temple, now called the Ramesseum . Ramses II didn’t build only temples: he constructed the city Per Ramessu to serve as his new capital and a well en route to gold mines in Nubia.
Although contemporary records of her reign are documented in diverse ancient sources, Hatshepsut was thought by early modern scholars as only having served as a co-regent from approximately 1479 to 1458 BC, during years seven to twenty-one of the reign previously identified as that of Thutmose III.  Today Egyptologists generally agree that Hatshepsut assumed the position of pharaoh.  
Haro had been an enigmatic ruler, taking an unknown man as her husband, he is depicted as a pale skinned man, with the muzzle of a dog.