ExplanationIII. Amenhotep, the ancient Egyptian pharaohs XVIII. A pharaoh who ruled as the 9th ruler of the dynasty.His name is sometimes III. It is also read as amenophis. The name is Amāna-Ḥātpa according to ancient Egyptian language and Amun is pleasant.means.Date of birth: 1411 BC, Ancient ..
King Tutankhamen (1341-1323 BC) would not have been recognized by the whole world if his dazzling tomb had not been discovered.Photo taken after the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamen in 1922. He ascended the throne at the age of 9 and died at the age of 18.It ruled between 1332 BC and 1323 BC.Tut..
DescriptionThe cult of Amun was central to the importance of Thebes, so the high priest of Amun commanded great power. He oversaw a large bureaucracy and a considerable amount of wealth. At the end of the New Kingdom (about 1550-1070 BC) the high priests effectively ran Upper Egypt, and some of..
DescriptionThe pharaoh Nectanebo II often invoked a very close connection–even a merging–between himself and the falcon god of kingship, Horus. In fact, Nectanebo II was the focus of a cult in which he was referred to as "Nectanebo-the-Falcon," which could indeed be what is represented by ..
Zeus Ammon. Roman copy of a Greek original from the late 5th century BC. The Greeks of the lower Nile Delta and Cyrenaica combined featuresof supreme god Zeus with features of the Egyptian god Amun-Ra. Staatliche Antikensammlungen Munich...