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Ancient Egyptian Leaders

In the mythology of ancient Egypt, where religion has played a central role at all levels of society, heroes are often priest-magicians. The citizens of Egypt believed that the pharaohs were gods, the assistants of Amon-Ra. A reign is the famous Ramseses. This dynasty was about 30 leaders. Alexander the Great conquered Egypt and became his master for a short period until the Egyptians took him. The pharaohs of ancient Egypt ruled over one of the oldest civilizations and most spectacular in the world, extending over a period of astonishing 3000 years.  
Ancient Egyptian Leaders

Meanwhile, a series of dynasties ruled the earth 31, starting with himself Menes in 3100 BC and ending with the last Egyptian pharaoh ancient Nectanebo II, 343 BC. One of the famous chefs of ancient Egypt was Tutankhamen. At the age of nine became pharaoh Tutankhamun. King Tut, as many people call it, was too young to rule Egypt if his uncle Ay, who was the first minister, decided him when he was a young boy. Tut married Ankhsenoomun.  

Tutankhamun died at age 18.Only a person of great importance could get close enough to hurt him, one of them was Ay.One of the first women to hold the rank of pharaoh was Hatshepsut, who began his rule in about 1500 BC Hatshepsut took care of his people and built temples to the gods and other public buildings.Nefertiti was another Egyptian ruler.Cleopatra became the most famous women leaders of Egypt. She was a mathematician and a business woman quite well.  

She was extremely intelligent and ambitious, and spoke several languages ​​- she even studied astronomy. At 18, she became queen of Egypt.New Kingdoms, Ramsees II and his successors were unable to take Egypt from what would be a long and steady decline, ending the glorious era of Egyptian pharaohs.In 332 BC, Alexander the Great, scored a series of victories against the Persians and announced a new phase in the history of the pharaohs of ancient Egypt.  
Alexander was the young ruler of a united group of Greek city states. It turned out to be a brilliant military commander and was going to build a huge empire.Ptolemy was the next in series. Egyptians, unaware of the extent to which they would lose their independence, were very happy to accept it as heir of Alexander and proclaim their new pharaoh.