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  • Pharaoh was the title of the king of Egypt during the Dynastic Period. The pharaoh's rule was an absolute monarchy, though, as with many Near Eastern rulers, numerous advisors had influence on his decisions. In later periods the pharaoh of Egypt declared himself a god and demanded worship alongside the established deities of Egypt. This practice, a method of declaring divine sanction for a king's rule, is not unique to Egypt but occurred widely throughout the Near East. This article is a stub. You can help by [ expanding it].
  • Pharaoh is a title for the divine ruler of Egypt. It was invented by the Bible as the divinely inspired authors of that work couldn't be bothered to learn the real names of the kings in that land. Pronounced fair-oh by the way and not like Phaggot or The Phantom Menace.
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  • A Pharaoh is a ruler in ancient Egypt. It is a title used in many modern discussions of the ancient Egyptian rulers of all periods; the title originates in the term pr-aa which means "great house" and describes the royal palace. The title of pharaoh started being used for the king during the New Kingdom. For simplification, however, there is a general acceptance amongst modern writers to use the term to relate to all periods.
  • Meaning "Great House" it wasn't used to refer to the Kings of Egypt until the New Kingdom. The Pharaohs were considered Gods on earth in Ancient Egypt. Since the Egyptians believed life continued after death, the Pharaohs were mummified and placed within their own Pyramids along with treasures, furniture, everyday items, and food. It was believed that disturbing a mummy, especially a Pharaoh's mummy, would result in the Curse of the Pharaohs upon the one who did it.
  • The Pharaoh is a minifigure introduced in 2010, as part of the 8684 Minifigures Series 2. He includes a Nemes headdress, a cobra scepter, and a black display stand.
  • Pharaoh is a title used to refer to any ruler, usually male, of the Egyptian kingdom in the pre-Christian, pre-Islamic period. rulers were believed to be the reincarnation of Horus[1]. The Pharaoh was also believed to be the son of the sun god Ra
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  • Pharaoh was the title of an ancient Egyptian ruler. → This article is a stub. You can help us by adding to it. Check out the talk page for hints on what needs to be done.
  • The Pharaoh was an absolute ruler, his word was infallible. He also was the military and religious leader of the Senpet, so the control of the Empire relied in his hands.
  • Pharaoh is the Warlord of the Van Cortlandt Rangers.
  • The Pharaoh is the ruler of Egypt. Though other pharaoh's may rule other kingdoms nearby as well.
  • Pharaoh - карта в Call of Duty: Ghosts. Действие происходит в пустыне на заброшенном участке.
  • Pharaoh is a pinball machine produced by Williams.
  • <default>Pharaoh</default> Ciudad Apariciones Producto Lema Pharaoh es una firma de artículos cosméticos con presencia en las ciudades de Los Santos y Liberty City.
  • Pharaoh was the title used to describe the monarch of Ancient Egypt. The Pharaoh was considered semi-divine, and was regarded as the son of Ra, as well as the son of Osiris and Isis. System Lords are sometimes called Pharaohs. (SG1: "Within the Serpent's Grasp", "Secrets")
  • Pharaoh is a real time strategy city-building video game developed by Impressions Games and published by Sierra Entertainment. An expansion pack, Cleopatra: Queen of the Nile, was released the following year and included new features and a new campaign.
  • Der Pharao ist eine Minifigur aus der Collectable Minifiguren Serie 2. Er hat einen Stab und ein Nemes-Kopftuch. Er hat folgende Fähigkeiten: Kraft Kreativität Tempo
  • The Pharaoh is a newcomer unit added to Metal Slug Attack, first appearing in the Extra Ops titled Mummy's, again during Pharaoh Rebirth, and then later during Another Story.
  • Pharaoh are the rulers of ancient Aegypt and Egypt.
  • Pharaoh was a title used by the ancient Egyptian rulers of all periods. The title originates in the term "pr-aa" which means "great house" and describes the royal palace. The title of Pharaoh started being used for the king during the Egyptian New Kingdom, specifically during the middle of the eighteenth dynasty. The title was also used by the rulers of the mythical island of Kerma.
  • Pharaoh (Japanese: ファラオ, Farao) is the main antagonist of the video game, Metal Fight Beyblade Portable: Chōzetsu Tensei! Vulcan Horuseus. His Beyblade is Chaosic Khebra 90WF.
  • Pharaoh is an enemy encountered in Breath of Fire II.
  • Pharaoh was the name for a king and the son of the god Ra.
  • Pharaoh is a Demi-Human MvP in Bossnia [Lv:1]. He drops File:Masque of Tutankhamen.gif Masque of Tutankhamen (100.00%) which is a Collector Quest Item.
  • Pharaoh is currently a senior officer in Redemption of the flag National Pirate Radio on Cobalt.
  • Pharaoh is Simulation Game developed by Impressions Games and published by Sierra on 1999 and part of the City Building Series. It's a sequel to the Caesar games. As its name implies, the game is set in Ancient Egypt, and in campaign mode it follows the exploits of several dynasties throughout history. You'll get the chance to construct massive Mastabas and Pyramids, battle against the Nubians, cultivate the fertile banks of the Nile, and even have to appease the various Egyptian gods to avoid retribution and receive blessings, or, alternatively, curses.
  • Pharaoh was Lyman Banner's cat. When Banner was alive, he had a relationship with Pharaoh. He was rarely seen without him, even at official school meetings. Vellian Crowler had a great dislike and fear of Pharaoh, often claiming that the cat had rabies or other diseases. After Banner's spirit was freed, it began to live inside Pharaoh. Banner's spirit emerges to support Jaden several times throughout the series, but each time Pharaoh eventually swallows his soul again. Currently, Pharaoh, along with Lyman Banner's spirit, is travelling with Jaden.
  • Pharaoh is a title used in many modern discussions of the ancient Egyptian rulers of all periods. In antiquity this title began to be used for the ruler who was the religious and political leader of united ancient Egypt. This was true only during the New Kingdom, specifically during the middle of the eighteenth dynasty. For simplification however, there is a general acceptance amongst modern writers to use the term to relate to all periods. The pharaoh often was depicted as wearing a false beard made of goat hair during rituals and ceremonies.
  • The Pharaoh is the leader of the Egyptians, and their most powerful regular Hero. Egyptian players start with a Pharaoh; they do not take up any population slots but cannot be trained. If killed, Pharaoh will return from the dead 90 seconds later at the player's starting Town Center, free of charge. Normally a player can only control one Pharaoh at a time, though worshippers of Osiris can research the New Kingdom technology to control two. Osiris worshippers can also use his God Power to turn Pharaoh into a superhero unit, the Son of Osiris.
  • The designation Pharaoh is the title of King, used by the Egyptians. The term Pharaoh ultimately derives from a compound word written as pr-`3 also spelt par'o in texts, used only in larger phrases like smr pr-`3 'Courtier of the Great House', with specific reference to the buildings of the court or palace itself. From the Twelfth Dynasty onwards the word appears in a wish formula 'Great Home , may it live, prosper, and be in health', but only with reference to the buildings of the court rather than the king himself.
  • Pharaoh is an Egyptian-themed monster who was a former fiance of Divatox, apparently a thousand years ago. He was called by Porto at Divatox's request to destroy the Turbo Rangers, she threatened to throw him in a trash heap if he didn't. His staff was capable of turning normal English-language writing into hieroglyphics, he had no power without it. Since it resembled a staff Adam designed for a Egyptian stunt show at his place of work, Adam took it and all the writing around him became hieroglyphics. Once the Piranhatrons had retrieved his staff, Pharaoh planned to stop the Rangers personally, but he expected Divatox to send him home. Divatox flattered him and manipulated him to keep fighting. Once he grew huge, he decided not to work for Divatox, but for himself. Unfortunately for him, h
  • "Pharaoh" was an ancient Egyptian term for "king". (PROSE: The King of Golden Death) The First Doctor, Steven Taylor and Sara Kingdom visited a pyramid in which an unnamed pharaoh's treasures were being placed. (TV: The Daleks' Master Plan) Erimem was the child of Pharaoh Amenhotep II, and should have herself become pharaoh. However, she was passed over, largely because of her gender, and the throne instead went to Thutmose IV. The Fifth Doctor could name every pharaoh that Egypt ever had. (AUDIO: The Eye of the Scorpion) Pharaoh Ptolemy I built a lighthouse at Alexandria. (COMIC: Voyager)
  • Pharaoh was a title, somewhat equivalent to a king, as used by the Human population of ancient Egypt. One pharoah was Ramses II (TOS episode: "Patterns of Force") and another was Ramses III. (TOS novel: Strangers from the Sky)
  • . Organized by Fade in 2188 CE, Pharaoh was formed with the intentions of bringing about the downfall of the extremely powerful and secretive organization and ultimately, gaining vengeance against the .
  • The Pharaoh was the son of an unnamed female Pharaoh who Osman regarded as a militant and petty ruler. It is unknown what happened to this Pharaoh, but eventually her son (this Pharaoh) ruled. In his early years as Pharaoh, he was a kind and just ruler, righting all the sins of his mother. Sometime near the end of the Fifth Age, he suddenly changed and became like his mother. At an unknown time, a group of Amascut devotees attempted to overthrow the Pharaoh, but failed. They were subsequently exiled from Menaphos and retreated to Pollnivneach to regroup for another attempt.
  • Rulers of the desert who sleep within royal coffins, deep within ruins that dot the desert region. Although they are monsters, divine power swells within them. They are powerful beings that command the "anubis" and "sphinx". Although one could say they are living witnesses to history, they have only just awakened; and since they have been sleeping for such a long time, many of them have vague memories. They are presently aiming to restore their kingdoms to prosperity and they endeavor to make children with their beloved partners.
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Allegiances
  • Set
Level
  • 22
Season
  • Turbo
Char
  • y
Era
  • Ancient Egypt
  • nk
CP
  • -
Strength
  • 4
PAttack
  • 12
Age/God
CAttack
  • -
Train At
HAttack
  • -
dcterms:subject
galleries
  • 1
Apariciones
  • Grand Theft Auto IV, Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City y Grand Theft Auto V
имя
  • Pharaoh
Spells
  • * Beast Fangs * Horn of the Unicorn * Poison Fangs * Premature Burial * Scapegoat * Snatch Steal * The Big March of Animals
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  • This Pharaoh of ancient Egypt woke up in a museum one day, and he’s been a little confused ever since. He doesn’t know how or why he’s in the modern world, but it’s definitely taking some getting used to! He’s not used to taxi cabs and supermarkets yet, and he can’t figure out where all the sphinxes and crocodiles have gone, but he’s trying to make the best of things in his strange new circumstances. First off, the place is definitely going to need some pyramids…so with the help of his friends at the museum, the Pharaoh is taking matters into his own hands and using all the bricks he can find to build his own. Now he has a little piece of home to share with everyone!
  • “That spot looks just right for a pyramid!”
piratename
  • Pharaoh
video game debut
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Duel Academy
Luck Skill
  • 25
  • -
Obtain
  • Drop
локация
  • Каир,Египет
Max Luck
  • 90
  • 99
traps
  • * Torrential Tribute * Trap Hole
изображение
  • 250
Hit
  • 12
effect monsters
  • * Ancient Gear Beast * Chu-Ske the Mouse Fighter * Giant Rat * Giga-Tech Wolf * Hane-Hane * Iron Blacksmith Kotetsu * Mad Dog of Darkness * Man-Eater Bug * Manju of the Ten Thousand Hands * Mecha-Dog Marron * Mechanical Hound * Mystical Sheep #2 * Outstanding Dog Marron * Panther Warrior * Penguin Soldier * Pitch-Black Warwolf * Skull Dog Marron * Zombie Tiger
normal monsters
  • * Bone Mouse * Mad Dog of Darkness * Silver Fang * Soul Tiger * The All-Seeing White Tiger * Wolf Axwielder
BOH
  • 0
Zubehör
  • *Schlangenstab
Agi
  • 12
Teile
  • 6
Sling
  • Bounce
Bildgröße
  • 250
Product page URL
Bump Combo
  • 30
  • Randomly targets foes with 8 powerful elemental shots.
  • Randomly targets foes with 6 powerful elemental shots.
Accessories
  • Scepter, Nemes headdress
RomajiName
  • Farao
Mag
  • 14
  • 33
str
  • 10
  • 11
Setnummer
  • 8684
comentario imagen
  • La tienda de Prosperity St. Promenade.
ATK
  • 18558
  • 21447
Evo
  • File:2519.png
Strike shot
  • Increases Speed.
  • 空中殺法フライングオーケアタック - 8 Turns
  • Neutralizes damage walls, barriers, warps, and mines.
  • アイム・ペル・アア! - 12 Turns
Unlock
  • y
los
  • 16
appears in psp
  • * Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force * Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force 2 * Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force 3
Item
  • --06-05
spd
  • 11
  • 148.070000
  • 171.300000
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Lema
  • «Una sensación del Nilo»
Range
  • 12
Relatives
  • * Lyman Banner * Jaden Yuki
En Name
  • Pharaoh
Appearances
Nombre
  • Pharaoh
Element
  • 25
  • Shadow [Lv:3]
Theme
  • Series 2
Row
  • Male
Set
Origin
Disposition
  • Various
Age
  • Unknown
Speed
  • 2
  • 4
Status
  • Alive
Habitat
  • Desert region
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  • ra-wsr-m`3t-ra*stp:n
ocean
  • Cobalt
Name
  • Pharaoh
  • Ramesses II
  • Pharaoh
  • ファラオ
MP
  • -
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  • Normal
  • 'Phite club
  • „Das ist der perfekte Platz für eine Pyramide!“ Dieser Pharao aus dem alten Ägypten ist eines Tages in einem Museum wieder erwacht. Seither findet er sich nur schwer zurecht. Er weiß nicht, wie und warum er in die moderne Welt gelangt ist, und es gibt vieles, woran er sich erst noch gewöhnen muss! Er kennt weder Taxis noch Supermärkte und er wundert sich, wohin all die Sphinxe und Krokodile verschwunden sind. Doch er bemüht sich, das Beste aus dieser neuen Situation in der Fremde zu machen. Zunächst müssen hier erst einmal einige Pyramiden errichtet werden … Zusammen mit seinen Freunden aus dem Museum nimmt sich der Pharao selbst dieser Sache an und er verwendet alle Bausteine, die er finden kann, um seine eigene Pyramide zu bauen. Dann hat er endlich ein Stück Heimat, das er mit allen teilen kann!
Type
  • Power
  • MvP
Portrait
  • no
Align
  • right
Nomen
  • i-mn:n:N36-ra:Z1-ms-s-sw
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  • Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force Evolution
appears in anime
  • * Yu-Gi-Oh! GX * Yu-Gi-Oh! 3D Bonds Beyond Time
appears in gba
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Duel Academy
местность
  • Пустыня
appears in nds
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Spirit Caller
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  • Cosméticos
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  • 51
  • 88
Gauge
  • -
Civilization
Character Name
  • Pharaoh
Ability
  • Vivolith Slayer
  • Vivolith Slayer M
Link
Production
  • 2500
Population
  • 0
Title
  • Pharaoh
  • Pharaoh's Arc
  • Tyrant Pharaoh
Manufacturer
DEF
  • 9
  • 10
Skill
  • Paralyze
  • Paralyse 1
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Class
  • Deity
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  • -
TAB
  • Pharaoh
  • Pharaoh's Arc
  • Tyrant Pharaoh
Cost
  • Free
JPName
  • ファラオ
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  • 2010
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  • Base=File:2518.png
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Ciudad
  • Liberty City y Los Santos
DLC
Profession
  • Pharaoh
Serie
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  • 10
  • 11
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  • Pharaoh.jpg
JP
  • 2518
  • 2519
Episode
  • Glyph Hanger
School
Occupation
  • Former ruler of Egypt
  • Leader of the Royal Family Valley
ID
  • 1157
Family
HP
  • 56
  • 93
  • 100
  • 14802
  • 20499
ar name
  • فرعون
Release
  • 1999-10-31
  • May 1981
Fullname
  • Pharaoh
VoiceActor
  • John C. Hyke
Diet
  • Men's spirit energy
Gender
  • Male
Race
  • African-American
  • Haunt
  • Demi-Human
Developer
  • Impressions Games
Unit Type
Rating
  • Evolution: 5.0
Publisher
  • Siera Entertainment
Death
  • Unknown
Year
  • 3500
Bild
  • 8684
Birth
  • -
Designer
  • Artwork: Seamus McLaughlin
  • Designers: Tony Kraemer
Nationality
  • Egyptian
Location
  • Valhalla
Size
  • Large
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  • Призраки против Федерации
JPvoice
  • Kenji Takahashi
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  • monkey-tan
Beyblade
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  • 1
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  • undead
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  • 2
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  • Nasser
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  • 8
Luk
  • 10
Macca
  • 45
  • 133
fam-ocean-
  • Cobalt
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  • Warlord
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  • Большие
HArmour
  • 15
gang
CArmour
  • 99
PArmour
  • 15
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  • *link=|24x24px Masque of Tutankhamen *link=|24x24px Pharaoh Card
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  • Leadership
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  • __FORCETOC__
  • Pharaoh was the title of the king of Egypt during the Dynastic Period. The pharaoh's rule was an absolute monarchy, though, as with many Near Eastern rulers, numerous advisors had influence on his decisions. In later periods the pharaoh of Egypt declared himself a god and demanded worship alongside the established deities of Egypt. This practice, a method of declaring divine sanction for a king's rule, is not unique to Egypt but occurred widely throughout the Near East. This article is a stub. You can help by [ expanding it].
  • Pharaoh is a title for the divine ruler of Egypt. It was invented by the Bible as the divinely inspired authors of that work couldn't be bothered to learn the real names of the kings in that land. Pronounced fair-oh by the way and not like Phaggot or The Phantom Menace.
  • File:Izanami Ball.png Impossibles/Colossals: File:FireIcon.png Fire: Captain Mica File:WaterIcon.png Water: File:WoodIcon.png Wood: File:LightIcon.png Light: Emerald Dragon | Marshal Titanium File:DarkIcon.png Dark: File:Scroll.png Tower: File:S++.png Temple:
  • A Pharaoh is a ruler in ancient Egypt. It is a title used in many modern discussions of the ancient Egyptian rulers of all periods; the title originates in the term pr-aa which means "great house" and describes the royal palace. The title of pharaoh started being used for the king during the New Kingdom. For simplification, however, there is a general acceptance amongst modern writers to use the term to relate to all periods.
  • Meaning "Great House" it wasn't used to refer to the Kings of Egypt until the New Kingdom. The Pharaohs were considered Gods on earth in Ancient Egypt. Since the Egyptians believed life continued after death, the Pharaohs were mummified and placed within their own Pyramids along with treasures, furniture, everyday items, and food. It was believed that disturbing a mummy, especially a Pharaoh's mummy, would result in the Curse of the Pharaohs upon the one who did it.
  • The Pharaoh is a minifigure introduced in 2010, as part of the 8684 Minifigures Series 2. He includes a Nemes headdress, a cobra scepter, and a black display stand.
  • Pharaoh is a title used to refer to any ruler, usually male, of the Egyptian kingdom in the pre-Christian, pre-Islamic period. rulers were believed to be the reincarnation of Horus[1]. The Pharaoh was also believed to be the son of the sun god Ra
  • HP : 580 Gils : 145 Exp : 600 Niveau : 20 Attaque : 41 Défense : 19 Faiblesse : Lumière
  • Pharaoh was the title of an ancient Egyptian ruler. → This article is a stub. You can help us by adding to it. Check out the talk page for hints on what needs to be done.
  • Pharaoh is a title used in many modern discussions of the ancient Egyptian rulers of all periods. In antiquity this title began to be used for the ruler who was the religious and political leader of united ancient Egypt. This was true only during the New Kingdom, specifically during the middle of the eighteenth dynasty. For simplification however, there is a general acceptance amongst modern writers to use the term to relate to all periods. Pharaoh meaning "Great House", originally referred to the king's palace but by the reign of Thutmose III (ca. 1479-1425 BCE) in the New Kingdom had become a form of address for the person of the king. The Egyptian term for the ruler himself was nsw(t)-bjt(j) (rendered in Babylonian language as insibya; Egyptological pronunciation "Nesu(t)-Bit(i)"), "King of Upper and Lower Egypt", literally "he of the sedge and the bee" (properly nj-sw.t-bj.t)), the sedge and the bee being the symbols for Upper and Lower Egypt, respectively. Also nsw.t-t3wj "King of the Two Lands". This double kingship was expressed in the Pschent, the double crown combining the red crown of Lower Egypt (Deshret) and the white crown of Upper Egypt (Hedjet). Initially the rulers were considered the sons of the cow deity Bat and eventually Hathor and they occupied her throne to rule the country and officiate in religious rites. There is evidence that the ruler may have been sacrificed after a certain period of time in the earliest rituals but soon was replaced by a specially selected bull. The pharaohs were believed later in the culture to be the incarnations of the deity Horus in life and Osiris in death. Once the cult of Isis and Osiris became prominent, pharaohs were viewed as a bridge between the god Osiris and human beings; and after death the pharaoh was believed to unite with Osiris. The royal line was matriarchal and a relationship with the royal women through birth or marriage (or both) determined the right to rule. The royal women played important roles in the religious rituals and governance of the country, sometimes participating alongside the pharaoh. The term pharaoh ultimately was derived from a compound word represented as pr-`3, written with the two biliteral hieroglyphs {{lang|egy-Latn|pr]} "house" and `3 "column". It was used only in larger phrases such as smr pr-`3 'Courtier of the High House', with specific reference to the buildings of the court or palace itself. From the twelfth dynasty onward the word appears in a wish formula 'Great House, may it live, prosper, and be in health', but again only with reference to the royal palace and not the person. The earliest instance where pr-`3 is used specifically to address the ruler is in a letter to Amenhotep IV (Akhenaten) in the mid-eighteenth dynasty (1550-1292 BCE) which is addressed to 'Pharaoh, all life, prosperity, and health!. This may be contrasted with Hatshepsut, who ruled before him in the same eighteenth dynasty, who never had pr-`3 among her titles. From the nineteenth dynasty onward pr-`3 on its own was used as regularly as hm.f, 'His Majesty'. The term therefore evolved from a word specifically referring to a building to a respectful designation for the ruler, particularly by the twenty-second and twenty-third dynasties. By this time, the Late Egyptian word is reconstructed to have been pronounced *par-ʕoʔ whence comes Ancient Greek φαραώ pharaō and then Latin pharaō. From the latter, English obtained the word "Pharaoh". Over time, *par-ʕoʔ evolved into Sahidic Coptic prro and then rro (by mistaking p- as the definite article prefix "the" from Ancient Egyptian p3). A similar development, with a word originally denoting an attribute of the ruler eventually coming to refer to the person, can be discerned in a later period with the Arabic term Sultan. Following unification, the ruler of Egypt wore a double crown, created from the Red Crown of Lower Egypt and the White Crown of Upper Egypt. In certain situations, the pharaoh wore a blue crown of a different shape. Typically, all of these crowns were adorned by a uraeus, a serpent symbol, which was doubled during the twenty-fifth dynasty. After the third dynasty, the pharaoh also wore a striped headcloth called the nemes, which may be the most familiar pharaonic headgear. The nemes was sometimes combined with the double crown, as it is on the statues of Ramesses II at Abu Simbel. The pharaoh often was depicted as wearing a false beard made of goat hair during rituals and ceremonies. Egyptologist Bob Brier has noted that despite its widespread depiction in royal portraits, no ancient Egyptian crown has ever been discovered. Tutankhamun's tomb, discovered largely intact, did contain such regal items as his crook and flail, but not a crown. It is presumed that crowns would have been believed to have magical properties. Brier's speculation is that there were religious or state items a dead pharaoh could not retain as a personal possession which, therefore, had to be passed along to a successor.
  • The Pharaoh was an absolute ruler, his word was infallible. He also was the military and religious leader of the Senpet, so the control of the Empire relied in his hands.
  • Pharaoh is the Warlord of the Van Cortlandt Rangers.
  • The Pharaoh is the leader of the Egyptians, and their most powerful regular Hero. Egyptian players start with a Pharaoh; they do not take up any population slots but cannot be trained. If killed, Pharaoh will return from the dead 90 seconds later at the player's starting Town Center, free of charge. Normally a player can only control one Pharaoh at a time, though worshippers of Osiris can research the New Kingdom technology to control two. Osiris worshippers can also use his God Power to turn Pharaoh into a superhero unit, the Son of Osiris. As with Hersirs, each Pharaoh is given a unique name on creation. This is the dynastic name, and all the Pharaoh's descendents will share it. For example, if the starting Pharaoh is called Akhenaten I, his successor will be Akhentaten II, and so on. If the New Kingdom technology is researched, the second Pharaoh will have a different dynastic name.
  • Pharaoh was a title, somewhat equivalent to a king, as used by the Human population of ancient Egypt. One pharoah was Ramses II (TOS episode: "Patterns of Force") and another was Ramses III. (TOS novel: Strangers from the Sky) In an alternate reality, the vizier of one Egyptian pharaoh was secretly an escaped alien criminal. Tracking the alien down, the Doctor, Amy Pond and Rory Williams made their way through the Pharoah's palace and confronted the disguised alien vizier in the throne-room. The alien was recaptured by the Doctor and the pharoah later assisted the Doctor in finding his TARDIS. (TNG - Assimilation² comic: "Issue 1")
  • The Pharaoh is the ruler of Egypt. Though other pharaoh's may rule other kingdoms nearby as well.
  • . Organized by Fade in 2188 CE, Pharaoh was formed with the intentions of bringing about the downfall of the extremely powerful and secretive organization and ultimately, gaining vengeance against the . Though small in size, Pharaoh would grow in strength exponentially while remaining far more secretive than even Cerberus. The two factions would engage one another multiple times for years with Pharaoh usually being the aggressor. In time, Pharaoh would prepare for a final offensive against it's rival organization and other enemy groups in an action that would bring about one of the most devastating disasters in recent history.
  • Pharaoh - карта в Call of Duty: Ghosts. Действие происходит в пустыне на заброшенном участке.
  • Pharaoh is a pinball machine produced by Williams.
  • <default>Pharaoh</default> Ciudad Apariciones Producto Lema Pharaoh es una firma de artículos cosméticos con presencia en las ciudades de Los Santos y Liberty City.
  • Pharaoh was the title used to describe the monarch of Ancient Egypt. The Pharaoh was considered semi-divine, and was regarded as the son of Ra, as well as the son of Osiris and Isis. System Lords are sometimes called Pharaohs. (SG1: "Within the Serpent's Grasp", "Secrets")
  • Pharaoh is an Egyptian-themed monster who was a former fiance of Divatox, apparently a thousand years ago. He was called by Porto at Divatox's request to destroy the Turbo Rangers, she threatened to throw him in a trash heap if he didn't. His staff was capable of turning normal English-language writing into hieroglyphics, he had no power without it. Since it resembled a staff Adam designed for a Egyptian stunt show at his place of work, Adam took it and all the writing around him became hieroglyphics. Once the Piranhatrons had retrieved his staff, Pharaoh planned to stop the Rangers personally, but he expected Divatox to send him home. Divatox flattered him and manipulated him to keep fighting. Once he grew huge, he decided not to work for Divatox, but for himself. Unfortunately for him, he was eliminated by Turbo Megazord. Divatox considered this closure Due to him walking out on her for disrespecting him. Right before grieving since she still loved him.
  • Pharaoh is a real time strategy city-building video game developed by Impressions Games and published by Sierra Entertainment. An expansion pack, Cleopatra: Queen of the Nile, was released the following year and included new features and a new campaign.
  • Der Pharao ist eine Minifigur aus der Collectable Minifiguren Serie 2. Er hat einen Stab und ein Nemes-Kopftuch. Er hat folgende Fähigkeiten: Kraft Kreativität Tempo
  • "Pharaoh" was an ancient Egyptian term for "king". (PROSE: The King of Golden Death) The First Doctor, Steven Taylor and Sara Kingdom visited a pyramid in which an unnamed pharaoh's treasures were being placed. (TV: The Daleks' Master Plan) Erimem was the child of Pharaoh Amenhotep II, and should have herself become pharaoh. However, she was passed over, largely because of her gender, and the throne instead went to Thutmose IV. The Fifth Doctor could name every pharaoh that Egypt ever had. (AUDIO: The Eye of the Scorpion) The Second Doctor, Ben, and Polly once briefly explored the tomb of Pharaoh Tut-Ankh-Amen — "the boy king" — soon after his untimely death. (PROSE: The King of Golden Death) Pharaoh Ptolemy I built a lighthouse at Alexandria. (COMIC: Voyager) Pharaohs were made smarter and taller by the Osirans perhaps as long ago as 8000 BC so that they could better guide their kingdom in the construction of pyramids. (PROSE: The Sands of Time) The Vizier of one pharaoh was secretly an escaped alien criminal. He was recaptured by the Eleventh Doctor. (COMIC: Assimilation²) In 2009 Elijah Spellman told Sarah Jane Smith that mankind had always needed someone to make them laugh, slave or king. He mentioned that the pharaohs had fools as well as the Native Americans. (PROSE: The Day of the Clown)
  • The Pharaoh is a newcomer unit added to Metal Slug Attack, first appearing in the Extra Ops titled Mummy's, again during Pharaoh Rebirth, and then later during Another Story.
  • Pharaoh was Lyman Banner's cat. When Banner was alive, he had a relationship with Pharaoh. He was rarely seen without him, even at official school meetings. Vellian Crowler had a great dislike and fear of Pharaoh, often claiming that the cat had rabies or other diseases. After Banner's spirit was freed, it began to live inside Pharaoh. Banner's spirit emerges to support Jaden several times throughout the series, but each time Pharaoh eventually swallows his soul again. In the last episode Pharaoh is the one who gives Jaden Yuki the note that was given to him from his friends before going out to his adventure. Currently, Pharaoh, along with Lyman Banner's spirit, is travelling with Jaden. In Yu-Gi-Oh! 3D Bonds Beyond Time, Pharaoh and Banner's spirit accompany Jaden during his search for Paradox. He is transported to the past and watches the Duel. Later he returns to his own time with Jaden.
  • Pharaoh are the rulers of ancient Aegypt and Egypt.
  • Pharaoh was a title used by the ancient Egyptian rulers of all periods. The title originates in the term "pr-aa" which means "great house" and describes the royal palace. The title of Pharaoh started being used for the king during the Egyptian New Kingdom, specifically during the middle of the eighteenth dynasty. The title was also used by the rulers of the mythical island of Kerma.
  • Pharaoh is Simulation Game developed by Impressions Games and published by Sierra on 1999 and part of the City Building Series. It's a sequel to the Caesar games. As its name implies, the game is set in Ancient Egypt, and in campaign mode it follows the exploits of several dynasties throughout history. You'll get the chance to construct massive Mastabas and Pyramids, battle against the Nubians, cultivate the fertile banks of the Nile, and even have to appease the various Egyptian gods to avoid retribution and receive blessings, or, alternatively, curses. It received a minor Expansion Pack, Cleopatra: Queen of the Nile. * Zero-Percent Approval Rating: You can actually fall into this, with the logical consequences. In what is probably a subversion, the approval rating that matters more is the one from the Pharaoh, not the people: piss him enough to 0% Kingdom Rating (i.e. by not paying tributes several years in a row) and he will send his armies against your fair city. * Your citizens, too. They will desert your city if their wages are low, the taxes are high, there is a serious lack of jobs, they don't have enough food to eat, you don't throw in Festivals every now and then... * And then there is the approval rating from the gods. Failing to appease them properly can result in sudden drop of reputation, destruction of farms, destruction of goods, sudden death of soldiers, mass plague... * Ancient Egypt * Apathetic Citizens - The apothecary's walker only cares about whether a malaria outbreak's likely; the architect also speaks only of buildings in poor condition, despite having the full allotment of soundbites. * Arbitrary Headcount Limit - There can only be 6 legions of 16 units total on a map. * Badass Preacher - With the upgrades to the Temple Complex of Seth, his priests will attack robbers. * Bag of Spilling - With an exception or two in the expansion, nothing from one level carries over to the next. * The main exception is that you can give yourself a salary, which will pass on to your descendants. Normally this isn't too important, as the main use for personal funds (giving gifts to other rulers to boost your kingdom rating) has their costs based on a percentage of your funds, you can give some of your money to the city coffers, thus quickly turning into a Game Breaker if you feel like sitting around for several years growing filthy rich. * Zeus has what essentially are campaigns: you keep almost everything from one level to the next, unless you're establishing a colony. * Blood Knight - Set's priests will be the only one happy about an incoming invasion. * Build Like an Egyptian - Often the goal of a campaign includes building certain pyramids. * But Thou Must! - When famished neighboring cities start begging you for food, you better provides. If you don't, then they won't trade with you stuffs that your citizens need, thus preventing you from reaching high prosperity, thus preventing you from completing your mission. If you have the heart to refuse them? Too bad, your popularity drop, the people of Egypt begin to doubt your patriotism, and if you don't repair their opinion of you, Pharaoh will send his army against your fair city. * Civil War - Halfway in the game, between Lower Egypt (Northern) and Higher Egypt (Southern). Naturally enough, your side (the southern city of Hetepsenusret) is cast as the good guy. * Possibly justified- at several times, the guy giving you the pre-level exposition is stated to be a high-ranking official. It's perfectly possible he's an Unreliable Narrator. * Command and Conquer Economy: The citizens show very little initiative. Not only do you have to build everything for them except housing (which you merely designate plots for), they do not even go to the market themselves to buy food and goods; a peddler has to walk past. Owing to the vagaries of the walker system, you risk losing a lot of workers to an entire street being deserted due to a priestess failing to walk down it sufficiently often. * Deadpan Snarker: The monument construction foreman is impressively sarcastic in his reports. * Decisive Battle - Several times. This usually means you must build a heavily fortified city in a strategic point with poor resources, constantly besieged by the Nubian / the Hyksos / the Sea People / what have you. The Cleopatra expansion gives you the Battle of Actium. * Dummied Out: Going into the audio files reveals that architects, bazaar buyers and workers have a lot more quotes than the one or two lines they normally give. And the architect was apparently called an engineer previously, with a flagrantly-overdubbed "architect" added. * An Entrepreneur Is You - About half of the game is this. * Money for Nothing - Once you get your economy going. * The Epic - ...of your dynasty, Rags to Royalty Generational Saga; from a humble village elder to the almighty Pharaoh. * Everybody Hates Set - Averted, Set is one of the five available gods. If pleased, he will watch over your soldiers and even strike down any invading warrior. * However, he's definitely the least pleasant of them all. Where other gods are pleased by your respect and devotion, he appreciates your fear and obedience. * Exposition Break - Between levels the state of the state is discussed. Since the screen also has goals for the next mission, it can be reread to help with a Now Where Was I Going Again? problem. * Feuding Families - The Reunification of Egypt arc. * Firewood Resources - Although they turn into planks when sitting in your storage yards. * Gods Need Prayer Badly: While gods need sacrifices or festivals almost constantly, ignoring them only makes them angry. Cue earthquakes, plagues, floods, failing crops... On the other hand, keeping them happy also brings benefices. * Grimy Water - In the expansion, one of the curses is a River Of Blood, which will disable all wells and water supplies until it passes. * Hello, Insert Name Here - You must name your dynasty to begin playing the game, and it even provide a list of male and female Egyptian name that you can choose, if you so wish. This is a tradition from Caesar which is then passed to Emperor. The game then refer to you as the current head of your dynasty, such as Nyarlathotep XIII. * Instrument of Murder - The musician mentions beating the enemy over the head with her sistrum if you don't start looking into improving the city's defense. * Level Editor * Logic Bomb - It's possible to end up with the game telling that your city both needs workers and that people hate you because you're not providing enough jobs. All the while armies of recruiters are trying to hire people who are fleeing the city as buildings are collapsing/catching on fire around them because no one's hired to tend to them. * Mighty Glacier - The Infantry in Pharaoh and the Legionnaires in Ceasar. They're really slow but very strong. * Nintendo Hard- The average missions require somewhere between 3000 to 5000 citizens and decent economy, but some endgame missions require you to have 15000 citizens, high prosperity rating, palatial houses... while finishing a Grand Pyramid Complex. This can be a Guide Dang It for some people. * No Recycling * Not in My Back Yard: Houses won't evolve to the next level if close to unsightly buildings like bazaars and industrial buildings, despite the fact that they need those buildings to provide whatever goods and services are required to keep them at that level. * One True Faith - Some gods may not be worshipped in certain areas, but every god always has the same purpose when worshipped. None of that Bast turning from sun god to housekitty god over the years here! * Punny Name - The police constables have names like Samspadehotep, Cuffner, Magnumhotep and Merydonut. * One possible name for the tax collector is Takelot. * Real Time with Pause * Ridiculously-Fast Construction - Even when paused! * Averted hard with the monuments - unless you have the "Pyramid Speedup" option turned on. * Score Screen * Silliness Switch - The cheat code Side Show causes hippos to dance. * Wearing pink tutus. Amusingly enough, this doesn't make them any less dangerous. * Spiritual Successor: Inmortal Cities: Children of the Nile. * Super Drowning Skills - No one ever survives a ship sinking. Or getting stuck on the rising flood plain, for that matter. * Take That - In-Universe, if you let your kingdom rating get too low. Going from object of ridicule to using your name to scare children to thinking you cause disease to juggler making fun of you to wishing you were eaten by jackals, among others. * Too Dumb to Live: So, you're a farmer with a load of grain. There's no space in the granary, so you're just going to sit on the flood plain and wait for the water to come and drown you. What's that? Go to the mainland and wait for space to open up? Screw that! You're staying and drowning! * Units Not to Scale - All people and animals take up are one square. Some buildings take up one square. Firefighters are bigger than the fire station. * Ungrateful Bastard - Sometimes it feels like your citizens are all this, see Not in My Back Yard. * Veteran Unit: Your military units start as "Green" and become "Regular" once and if they go through your war academy. They gain experience and more levels the more they fight, becoming more deadly and resilient. In some scenarios it's vital that you level-up your units as you can only field six regiments since the enemy comes in overwhelming odds and some units such as war chariots literally stomp normal units. * Video Game Time * Walking Wasteland - Houses hit by plague create a special walker, who walks the streets infecting every house he passes unless stopped by an Apothecary or priestess. * If your Kingdom rating is too low, "it is widely believed your presence causes malaria". * You Have Failed Me: Oh boy, where do we begin... see Zero-Percent Approval Rating, below.
  • Pharaoh (Japanese: ファラオ, Farao) is the main antagonist of the video game, Metal Fight Beyblade Portable: Chōzetsu Tensei! Vulcan Horuseus. His Beyblade is Chaosic Khebra 90WF.
  • Pharaoh is an enemy encountered in Breath of Fire II.
  • Rulers of the desert who sleep within royal coffins, deep within ruins that dot the desert region. Although they are monsters, divine power swells within them. They are powerful beings that command the "anubis" and "sphinx". It is said that they awaken from their long slumber when their ruins become filled with highly condensed demonic energy, due to monsters that dwell in the ruins finding husbands and continuing to have sex. If there is sufficient demonic energy, they may also be awakened by a man visiting their bedroom. The man who disturbed their sleep will be chosen as their eternal partner and will end up having to sate the thousands of years of continuous slumber's worth of hunger and thirst with sex. Originally they were not monsters, but humans. They were monarchs commanded to guide humanity by a certain god, different from the current Chief God. The ruins where they sleep flourished in an age even more ancient than of the former demon lords. They went into a long slumber in order to instill divine power within themselves so they could restore their former kingdoms and oppose those who destroyed them. Although one could say they are living witnesses to history, they have only just awakened; and since they have been sleeping for such a long time, many of them have vague memories. They are presently aiming to restore their kingdoms to prosperity and they endeavor to make children with their beloved partners. If they, with their god-like power, awaken, water gushes out around the ruins; trees spring forth, and an oasis forms. The desert that was a land of death is reborn as a "bright green demon realm", a realm with scenery no different from human lands, with blue skies and green trees. Humans and monsters gather in oases that appear in the desert. Eventually, towns form, nation form, and they will go on to regain the shape of the former kingdoms. With the royal talent for grasping the hearts of the people, the divine power to illuminate people, and devilish charm from awakening as a monster; the pharaohs possess mighty "royal power". Upon meeting a majestic pharaoh, one would spontaneously kneel, whether human or monster. They would be unable to go without obeying the orders that pass her lips. If they shout orders, even a busy Anubis who dropped everything to seclude herself in her room with her husband; or a sphinx who planned to shirk her duties and have sex with her husband, would have to reluctantly strive to work seriously if it were the orders of a pharaoh. If a man is ordered to be their husband, even a hero who came to slay them would happily offer up everything and feel honored to be sought as a partner. Those who can resist are a handful of individuals who are either gods or have god-like power, or, otherwise, only in the case when one rejects the content of the orders from the bottom of their heart. Perhaps because of their origins, they are basically friendly toward both humans and monsters. However, for some reason, it seems they only do not think kindly regarding the order of the Chief God.
  • Pharaoh was the name for a king and the son of the god Ra.
  • Pharaoh is a Demi-Human MvP in Bossnia [Lv:1]. He drops File:Masque of Tutankhamen.gif Masque of Tutankhamen (100.00%) which is a Collector Quest Item.
  • The designation Pharaoh is the title of King, used by the Egyptians. The term Pharaoh ultimately derives from a compound word written as pr-`3 also spelt par'o in texts, used only in larger phrases like smr pr-`3 'Courtier of the Great House', with specific reference to the buildings of the court or palace itself. From the Twelfth Dynasty onwards the word appears in a wish formula 'Great Home , may it live, prosper, and be in health', but only with reference to the buildings of the court rather than the king himself. However, the earliest instance where pr-`3 is used specifically to address the king is in a letter to Amenhotep IV (Akhenaten) in the mid-Eighteenth Dynasty (1550-1292 BC) which is addressed to 'Pharaoh, all life, prosperity, and health!'.[3] . From the Nineteenth Dynasty onwards pr-`3 on its own was used as regularly as hm.f 'His Majesty'. The term therefore evolved from one specifically referring to a building to a respectful designation for the king or prince, particularly by the Twenty-Second Dynasty and Twenty-Third Dynasty. By this time, the Late Egyptian word is reconstructed to have been pronounced *par-ʕoʔ whence comes Ancient Greek φαραώ pharaō and then Late Latin pharaō. From the latter, English obtained the word "Pharaoh". Over time, *par-ʕoʔ evolved into Sahidic Coptic prro and then rro (by mistaking p- as the definite article prefix "the" from Ancient Egyptian.
  • Pharaoh is currently a senior officer in Redemption of the flag National Pirate Radio on Cobalt.
  • The Pharaoh was the son of an unnamed female Pharaoh who Osman regarded as a militant and petty ruler. It is unknown what happened to this Pharaoh, but eventually her son (this Pharaoh) ruled. In his early years as Pharaoh, he was a kind and just ruler, righting all the sins of his mother. Sometime near the end of the Fifth Age, he suddenly changed and became like his mother. At an unknown time, a group of Amascut devotees attempted to overthrow the Pharaoh, but failed. They were subsequently exiled from Menaphos and retreated to Pollnivneach to regroup for another attempt. During the Fifth Age, Menaphos was at war with Al Kharid but the Pharaoh, then a worshipper of Apmeken, declared a fragile peace with Emir Shah. Amascut, furious at the cessation of of hostilities, dealt with the Pharaoh. When the Emir fell ill and his son Ali Mirza went missing in 169, Jabari, a Menaphite ambassador and thrall of the Devourer sent to Al Kharid demanded stability, even if that meant putting a Menaphite on the throne, even temporarily. The offer was rejected, with Al Kharid's spymaster Osman suggesting the Pharaoh was involved in the kidnapping of the Prince. The Emir believed that Menaphos would declare war should he die without Ali to take up the throne, though the prince was later recovered. When the neighbouring city of Sophanem became infested by plagues, the Pharaoh ordered the gates between the cities sealed, quarantining the city and restricting the movement of Sophanites. Attempts to establish contact between the cities have been violently repelled by Coenus, the vicious Captain of the Menaphite Guard. Upon hearing the slaves of Sophanem had been temporarily relieved of their duty following the quarantine, the Menaphite slaves rose in rebellion, although Coenus and his men managed to harshly subdue the revolt in the imperial and merchant districts. Sometime ago, during a riot , the Menaphite guards captured Batal. To ensure no more workers would riot, the Pharaoh had Batal's hands cut off to make him an example of what would happen if he was defied again. According to rumours, the Pharaoh is not planning on opening the city gates soon - the opposite, if anything. During The Jack of Spades quest, the Pharaoh reluctantly allows the player and Grand Vizier Hassan into the city, telling Jabari that he is taking a big risk inviting outsiders into Menaphos. He has his men watch the two to ensure they do not cause any trouble while they stay in the city. During Crocodile Tears, the Pharaoh learns that Crondis has broken free of Amascut's hold, and decides to take Jabari's advice of paying the local bandits and thugs to terrorise the city. During Our Man in the North, Jabari informs him that the player he invited is meddling in imperial affairs, which he disregards. Near the end of the quest, the Pharaoh reveals his goals and tries to find Jabari, but fails. In 'Phite Club, the Pharaoh fights the player but is defeated. It is shown that he was corrupted by Amascut and begs for mercy. Regardless of the player's decision, Osman appears and kills him.
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