Menes: Egypt’s First Pharaoh Who Received The Throne From The God Horus

Menes—he who endures—is believed to have been Egypt’s first mortal Pharaoh, who is credited with unifying Lower and Upper Egypt. Menes’ predecessors where possibly Horus Ka or Horus Scorpion II. It is believed that Menes—aka Narmer—received the throne of Ancient Egypt directly from the God Horus.  According to historical accounts, Menes was the first pharaoh of the first dynasty, with whom the human history of Egypt began; He had been ‘implanted’ directly by the… Seguir leyendo

20 Things You Should Know About Akhenaten

Akhenaten was one of ancient Egypt’s most influential and controversial pharaohs. He is considered one of the world’s most important religious innovators. He was a Pharaoh of the Eighteenth dynasty and he was the father of Tutankhamun, husband to Queen Nefertiti. Here are some interesting facts about this controversial Pharaoh. He was a Pharaoh of the Eighteenth dynasty of Egypt and ruled for 17 years. Akhenaten was known as the “great heretic”. Early on in… Seguir leyendo

Menes—Egypt’s First Pharaoh Who Received The Throne Directly From The God Horus

Menes—he who endures—is believed to have been Egypt’s first mortal Pharaoh, who is credited with unifying Lower and Upper Egypt. Menes’ predecessors where possibly Horus Ka or Horus Scorpion II. It is believed that Menes—aka Narmer—received the throne of Ancient Egypt directly from the God Horus.  According to historical accounts, Menes was the first pharaoh of the first dynasty, with whom the human history of Egypt began; He had been ‘implanted’ directly by the… Seguir leyendo