Most Famous Ancient Egyptian Pharoahs

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often called __________ the great
Ramses
known best for love affair with Marc Antony
Cleopatra
the best known child pharoah
Tut
First Woman Pharaoh
Hatshepsut
Mother of Tut
Kiya
the bust of ______
Nefertiti
First pharoah, often called the Scorpion King
Narmer
Often called the first pharoah
Menes
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Father of Tut
Akhenaton
Successor of Tut
Aiye
Successor of the Successor of Tut
Horhemheb
son of Caesar and the second figure mentioned
Caesarion
father grandfather of the son of Caesar
Aulutes Ptolomy
Notorious sister of Cleopatra
Arisnoe
Brother of Cleopatra
Ptolomy
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Level 47
Apr 18, 2014
You should accept multiple spellings of some of these. I've studied a lot of Egyptology and I've never seen "Ay" spelled "Aiye". I knew the answer but couldn't get it. Same goes for "Akhenaten"
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Level 36
Apr 16, 2015
I've never seen these spellings of Ay, Horemheb, and Akhenaten. Please accept alternative spellings.
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Level 48
Feb 6, 2016
Six of these aren't even pharaohs
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Level 65
Feb 27, 2017
Some issues:

1. Except some alternate spellings, especially since many of these are not even standard.

2. Narmer and Menes are often considered to be the same person - and the clues indicate that too, So why ask for the as separate people?

3. Some of the people were never Pharaoh (Kiya, Arisnoe), and there exists many other famous Pharoahs who actually meet the title (Pepi II, Thutmose III, Djoser, Khufu, Khafre).

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Level 39
Dec 29, 2020
you need to add more spellings; most of these I've never heard of