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There is a part of Egypt where archaeologists have found an astonishing number of tombs and monuments dedicated to the Pharaohs. Scholars refer to this place as...
True or False: A Pharaoh had absolutely no role in any religious ceremonies. It was a purely political position.
The word “Pharaoh” is not actually an Egyptian word. It is a Greek or Hebrew pronunciation of the Egyptian word pero or per-aa. Literally, it meant...
After King Tut’s tomb was unearthed, researchers discovered an ornate dagger that seemed almost impossibly extravagant. The dagger was made from…
How many women served as Pharaoh?
Who was the last Egyptian pharaoh?
Nefertiti likely became ruler of Egypt after her husband Amenhotep IV’s death, but little is known about her except that her name means...
Which of the following statements about Pharaohs is NOT true?
Roughly how old is the Great Pyramid of Giza?
Cleopatra VII became romantically involved with which other world leader?
How did Cleopatra VII first meet Caesar?
True or False: A Pharaoh was forbidden from having more than one spouse.
Menes is thought to be the first Egyptian Pharaoh. He’s notable for his tole in uniting Upper and Lower Egypt... but a lesser known point of discussion is his rather bizarre death. How did he go?
What was the name of the British archaeologist who discovered King Tut’s tomb?
True or False: A Pharaoh’s oldest son was always next-in-line to become Pharaoh.
In 1974, the Egyptian government issued one Pharaoh an official passport, so they could transport his remains to Paris. Which Pharaoh was it?
Which of these options was NOT the name of an Egyptian royal dynasty?
True or False: There was once a Pharaoh that showed his displeasure with a foreign ruler by farting, and asking a runner to send the message.
About This Quiz
What’s beyond the golden mask? The pharaohs were a fascinating bunch. During the height of ancient Egyptian culture, it was the title given to the political and religious leader of the Egyptian people until the Roman Annexation in 30 BCE. Considered to be a god on Earth, the pharaoh was the most powerful person in Egypt. But how much do you know about these god-like rulers? Time to find out.