Narmer / Menes
first Egyptian pharaoh. He was united the two parts of Egypt lands which was called Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt.
Famous FEMALE ruler of ancient Egypt, raised the economic level of Egypt.
Akhenaten closed all other temples and made the chose that the religion, monotheism would be the only religion Egypt would follow. Aten was the solitary god set up by Amenhotep IV,(Akhenaten) to be the main deity. Amenhotep IV eventually changed his name to Akhenaten. The new name took on the meaning "He who is of service to Aten." Akhenaten acknowledged that Aten was the single god except Re, the sun god. He claimed he was the only person able to converse with his god. ( he is also the horse face pharaoh )
also known as king tut,The reason that Tutankhamen is so well known today is that his tomb, containing fabulous treasures, was found early this century (1922) by British archaeologists Howard Carter . His tomb was buried in valley of kings. Tutankhamen died suddenly and so his burial was arranged in haste, but because his actually room wasn't ready they Egyptians decided to bury him in a underground tonal and move him to his actually room once it was fully prepared, but the movement of his tomb never happened so Tutankhamen stayed underground to be searched for for many years only to be accidentally discovered by Howard Carter.
also known as Ramses the great, ruled for 67 years. Egypt reached an overwhelming state of prosperity during his reign. Not only is he known as one of Egypt's greatest warriors, but also as a peace-maker . He was the first king in history to sign a peace treaty with his enemies, the Hittites, ending long years of wars and hostility.
King Gilgamesh of Uruk who oppresses his people. As punishment, the gods send him a companion, Enkidu. Gilgamesh and Enkidu meet, fight, and then become inseparable.
Sargon was the founder of the Akkadian Empire and unified the city-states of Mesopotamia. Sargon is the first to create a ruled empire, and his dynasty controlled Mesopotamia for around a century and a half.
The Babylonian King who made the 280 Hammurabi code of laws. engraved on a monument nearly eight feet high. The code was important at the time because it was the basis for consolidating the rule of law throughout an empire. These laws were very harsh but if you were respectful and responsible you were more likely to stay out of trouble. Number 14 was, ''If a man steal a man's son, who is a minor, he shall be put to death''.
Sarai, Abram's wife, bore him no children. She had an Egyptian slave-girl whose name was Hagar, and Sarai said to Abram, "You see that the LORD has prevented me from bearing children; go in to my slave-girl; it may be that I shall obtain children by her. "And Abram listened to the voice of Sarai. Hagar gave birth to Abraham's son Ishmael. Sarai knowing Hagar was the real mother of her husbands first son Ishmael grew jealous of Hagar. After telling this to Abraham, Abraham prayed to god and god said he would bless Sarai with a child. And so he did. Sarai then gave birth to Isaac.
Son of Hagar
Son of Sarai
Son of Isaac
Son of Jacob.
Moses was an early leader of the Hebrews and probably the most important figure in Judaism. He was raised in the court of the Pharaoh in Egypt, but then led the Hebrew people out of Egypt.
after Moses died Joshua took over
HERODOTUS SAID THE ALL EGYPT IS THE GIFT OF THE NILE... why?
Two way transportation, water, food, protection, and production of the flood, animals.
Who said all Egypt is a gift of the Nile
Whats ethical monotheism
The Hebrew belief that there is only one god.
Akhenaten's belief for his one god Aten