A title by which the sovereigns of ancient Egypt were designated.
The king of Egypt who was considered by his people to be a god. The book of Exodus reports that, in the time of Moses (ca. 1250 BCE), he contested with the God of Israel over keeping the Hebrew people as his slaves, but the Pharaoh lost; Israel was freed by God from slavery in Egypt.
Term for a king taken from the ancient Egyptian words per ah, meaning "great house."
the ruler of Egypt at the time of the Exodus
Wasn't used until 1400 BC but is now used generally for the kings of ancient Egypt.
The official title of the King of Egypt.
The name for the ancient Egyptian kings.
The Egyptian king, the word meant "The Great House" which was the royal palace. Its first use in reference to the king can be traced to the New Kingdom.
(par-'oh) Pharaoh. From the Egyptian for "great house," a term originally referring to the royal palace and applied by extension to the king. The dead Pharaoh was known as Osiris, while the living Pharaoh was the embodiment of Horus, and thus considered a “god.
the title of the ancient Egyptian kings
a king of ancient Egypt
an ancient Egyptian king)
King of Egypt Considered a god by Egyptians
the title of the rulers of ancient Egypt
A word transmitted from the Bible from the Egyptian word "Per-aa" meaning "the Great House" or the royal palace, and in the New Kingdom, the master of the palace, i.e. the king. This has modern parallels in that we often refer to the British Government as "Number 10" or the US Administration as "The White House".
"Great House," the word for the royal palace in the Old and Middle Kingdoms. In the New Kingdom it became synonymous with king.
King or leader in ancient Egypt, said to have god-like powers.
the leader of religious and political life in the Old Kingdom, he commanded the wealth, resources and people of Egypt. (p. 18)
Egyptian term for "great house" that became the generic term for a king of Egypt. See Chapter 2, Chapter 3.
Title of kings of ancient Egypt (p. 39)
The title of ancient Egyptian kings. Hr: great.
In Latter-day Saint theology, Pharaoh is the proper name of the first king of Egypt, as found in the Book of Abraham in the Pearl of Great Price.
Pharaoh is the title of ancient Egyptian monarchs.