it was Ramses originally but it is the pharaohs.
All Pharaohs ruled Egypt as "God Kings", before and after Ramses, from the time that Narmer / Nemes united Upper and Lower Egypt.
According to the Polytheistic Religion practiced in Khmt (Black Land) the Pharaoh was regarded as a manifestation of Horus in life and Osiris in death. Horus is the God of war & hunting, son of Osiris (God of the after life) and Isis / Aset (Goddess of Magic, Maternity, Protection, Medicine....)
His tomb builders.They would be following a plan.
King Tutankhamun was not actually very important, by historical standards. He ascended the throne at the age of 9, and died a few years later. He is special only because his was the only undisturbed grave in the Valley of Kings upon its discovery.
his body is in the museum in Cairo.
This is not true, it is in his tomb, in Luxor.
He id have a wife but not no children.[they died in the wifes stomack]
Yes thousands of them. But he would associate little with them. His personal staff, made up of hundreds were general important nobles.
He's no important to the history of Egypt, he's just famous because he was discovered so recently and there had been no grave-robbers to his tomb before.
There's no reason you couldn't make one like that if you wanted to, but the ancient Egyptians didn't do it that way.
It was discovered on November 4, 1922 by Howard Carter.
King Tut brought all the Gods/Goddess back into the Egyptian religion because King Tut's father made everyone worship the same god which King tut thought that would anger the gods so he said that the people of Egypt could worship the other Gods and Goddess.
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The reason why King Tut was special or interesting is because he ruled over ancient Egypt for 9 years. He started ruling it when he was 9 years old until he was 18. They called him "The Boy King".
"Tut" is an abbreviated form of Tutankhamun (pronounced 'toot-un-common'). However Tut had several names. His original name, before he took the throne was Tutankhaten which meant "Living image of the Aten". when he became Pharaoh he was given the name Tutankhamun which means "Living image of Amun." The pharaoh before "Tut" was named Akhenaten and changed some things in the Egyptian religon. He thought that Aten was the main god and wanted eveyone to worship Aten. For this change that challenged many Egyptains' beliefs and costums, Akhenaten was hated and shunned by the people. When Tut took the throne the change of his name meant that the old ways (and ways that were believed to be right) of having Amun as a god came back into view.
he was born in 1341bc.
King Tut lives in his tomb, and his possesions are at the Cairo museum.
The Mediterranean Sea to the north was hard to cross
The Red Sea to the east was to hard to cross
The Cataracts to the south were to dangerous
The Desert to the west was to dangerous and hot to travel through
King Tut was 19 when he died. (:
Source: Fiqh-us-Sunnah, vol 2, # 33
'Ikrimah reports from Ibn 'Abbas that the Messenger of Allah said to 'Abbas ibn 'Abdal-Mutalib: "O 'Abbas, O Uncle, shall I not give you, shall I not present to you, shall I not donate to you, shall I not tell you ten things which, if you do, Allah will forgive your first and last sins, past and present sins, intentional and unintentional sins, private and public sins? The ten actions are: pray four rak'at, reciting in every rak'ah al-Fatihah and a surah. And when you finish the Qur'anic recitation of the first rak'ah, say, while standing, 'Subhanallah, al-hamdulillah, wa la ilaha illallah, wa Allahu Akbar' ['Glory be to Allah. All praise is due to Allah. There is no God except Allah. Allah is the greatest.'] fifteen times. Then make ruku', and while you are in ruku', say the same ten times; then stand, and say the same ten times. Then go down and make sajdah, and while you're in sajdah, say the same ten times. Then sit after the sajdah, and say the same ten times. Then make sajdah, and say the same ten times. Then sit after the second sajdah, and say the same another ten times. That is seventy-five [repetitions of the phrases] in each rak'ah. Do that in each of the four rak'at. If you can pray it once a day, do so. If you cannot, then once every Friday. If you cannot do that, then once a year. And if you cannot do that then once in your life." This hadith is related by Abu Dawud, Ibn Majah, Ibn Khuzaimah in his sahih, and at-Tabarani. About this hadith al-Mundhiri says: "This hadith has been related through many chains and from a number of companions. The best of them is this one from 'Ikrimah. A group of scholars have graded it to be sahih, including al-Hafez Abu Bakr al-'Ajari, (al-Mundhiri's teachers), Abu Muhammad 'Abdurrahim al-Misri, and Abu al-Hassan al-Maqdisi." Ibn alMubarak says: "The tasbih prayer is a greatly desired act and it is desirable that one should punctually observe it and never neglect it. Shk. Nasruddin Alabani graded this salaat and related hadith as Sahi in his book on Propht's Prayer. Suggestions: 1. You can pray it any part of the day and night except of course during the forbidden times for performing Salat. It is encouraged during the potential nights of Laila-tul-Qadr because of the amazing blessings during that blessed night as stated in the Qur'an itself (Surah Qadr, Chapter 97). 2. Your aim is to recite the above Tasbih 300 times in Four Rakah as stated in the hadith narrated above, however, please do not count loudly or fingers or by holding beads in your hand. 3) You may count by pressing the fingers as a reminder. For example if you are in Ruku. You may press the first finger of your right hand first for the first count, then the finger next to it for second count, then the middle finger for third count, following this method until you reach the little finger of your left hand, and that will give you a count of ten. Use the same method during the whole salat.
it was a pyramid but it had loads of Chambers and it wasn't meant to be for him.
I believe it was Siamese.
King Tut did not have a very good adulthood. He died when he was 19.
Both, Tutankhamen ruled during the 18th dynasty, long after the two Kingdoms were united.
King Tut's father was the Pharoah Akhenaten. Akhenaten ruled over Egypt from 1353 BC - 1336 BC in the 18th Dynasty. . He introduced the monotheistic religion of the sun disk god, Aten.
Egypt, or as it was known to the ancient Egyptians; Kemet.
king tut got all his gold from is father