he is the first
Tutankhamun was the son of Akhenaten, but was not the immediate succesor of Akhenaten. After Akhenaten died a pharaoh named Smenkhkare, who is believed to have been a younger brother of Akhenaten, may have been a co-regent of Akhenaten and ruled for a few years after his death. There is a second pharaoh who ruled between Akhenaten and Tutankhamun; Neferneferuaten, a female pharaoh whose identity is unknown. There are several theories to who she may have been; she may have been the wife and co-regent of Smenkhkare, or the daughter of Akhenaten and his wife Nefertiti, or even Nefertiti herself. So the line of succession went from Akhenaten, Smenkhkare (?), Neferneferuaten (?) then Tutankhamun.
At the very least, there are 6 distinct Pharaohs in the Bible, but there are several psalms and phrases which could refer to other different unnamed Pharaohs. The first Pharaoh is the one that meets Abraham and Sarah in Genesis ch. 12 and has no name. The second Pharaoh is the one that speaks with Joseph while the latter reveals Pharaoh's dream in Genesis ch. 41; this Pharaoh is also nameless. The third Pharaoh is the famous one from the Exodus in Exodus. ch. 10, that Moses confronts to allow the Jews to escape enslavement. The fourth Pharaoh is mentioned in 1 Kings ch. 3 as the father of one of King Solomon's wives. The fifth Pharaoh is explicitly named as Pharaoh Neco and is a Pharaoh to which the Kingdom of Judah became a tributary vassal according to 2 Kings ch. 23. Jeremiah refers to a Pharaoh Hophra in Jeremiah ch. 44.
- Khufu : he built the great pyramid of Giza - Cleopatra : she was the very last Pharaoh - Hatshepsut : she was the first woman to rule as pharaoh in good times - Akhenaten : he changed the religion - Ramses II : he was the second longest ruling Pharaoh and had many monument built - Zoser : he built the first pyramid
there actually two but the main one is Hatshepsut and the second one is Cleopatra
Horus and Ramses the second
The name of the pharaoh is not recorded in the Bible.
Ptolemy XI was the second to last PHARAOH. The second to last RULER was Berenice IV (Cleopatera's older sister)
his name was pharaoh pipi the second. he was 104 when he died
The pharaoh who built Abu Simbel was Rameses the second.
She was a woman - although she was not unique in that . She was actually the second female pharaoh.
The leaders of Ancient Egypt were the pharaohs. They looked up to the gods but they were the rulers. They most famous were Hatshepsut who encouraged tade instead of waging war. Thutose III who actually was the opposite. He loved war and encouraged it. Probably the most famous Egyptian pharaoh, Ramses II, who built great monuments for himself and just did alot of good things. After his death the Egyptian culture and civilization declined. Of course, the whole Cleopatra story comes into place, as she was one of the last pharaohs before Egypts downfall. This is when their neighbors, the Nubians, decide to help their old friends the Egyptians.
was ruled by one man which was the pharaoh . second powerful was the wife of the pharaoh
He was the Egyptian Pharaoh
because his tomb after he was found dead-was the only tomb not to have the second half (the artifact's room)of the tomb untouched by robber as the booby traps had killed them before they entered there.
the answer is the second pharoh is king tut he was a king and a pharoh
In the second era the pharaohs were buried in pyramids, in the first and third era they were buried in small tombs.
Akhenaten is thought to have been about 45 years old at the age of his death, Tutankhamun was 17 or 18... Ramses the Second died when he was approximately 90 years old..Seti 1 was about 38, and Cleopatra was 39. So... roughly 46-ish.
Ramses the second
Ramesses the second
1st Dynesty Djer(Itit)
Khufu was the second pharaoh of the Fourth Dynasty