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Objective recognize the role of pharaoh and how the culture would allow a female pharaoh

Objective: recognize the role of Pharaoh, and how the culture would allow a female Pharaoh

3-4


Schedule

Schedule

  • Role of Pharaoh

  • Female Pharaohs

  • What Would you do

  • Create a Tweet

    • Favorites posted online


Reasons for a pharaoh

Reasons for a Pharaoh

  • Leader who controlled the Nile

  • Upper and Lower Egypt

  • Strong central government

    • Pattern of Civilization


Devine ruling

Devine Ruling

  • Cult of the Pharaoh

    • Religion and government

  • Maat- creator goddess

  • Shemet- warrior goddess


Government division

Government Division

  • Country divided into Noms

  • Noms governed by Nomarchs (governors)

    • Moved from location to location

    • No close ties


Egyptian kingdoms

Egyptian Kingdoms

  • Old Kingdom

  • Middle Kingdom

  • New Kingdom


The role of pharaoh

The Role of Pharaoh

  • More than priest-king

  • Upholder of Maat, the universal order

  • Watched over the courts

  • Chief of temples

  • Controlled trade expeditions

  • Supervised water system

  • Stored grain


Women in egypt

Women in Egypt

Enjoyed levels of freedom unknown in the ancient world

freedom to rule as pharaoh

Women allowed to own property


Female pharaohs

Female Pharaohs

  • Hatshepsut

    • Heiress queen

      • Power in default of male claimants to the throne

      • Know temples dedicated to the gods

  • Nefertiti

    • Coregent

    • Masculinization of image

  • Tausert

    • Wife of reigning king

    • Regent for stepson

    • Rule

  • Ptolemy, Cleopatra

    • Coregent with brother


Why the beards

Why the beards

  • Beard connected with the gods, a divine god-king

  • Beards of formal occasions

  • Hatshepsut with a beard


What would you do

What Would You Do?

  • Your regional Governor is not obeying you.


Pharaoh s response

Pharaoh’s Response

  • Your regional governor is not obeying you.

    • Punish them, dungeons

    • Move them frequently


You have a daughter but no son and are about to die

You have a daughter, but no son and are about to die.


You have a daughter but no son and are about to die1

You have a daughter, but no son and are about to die.

  • Pharaoh’s response

    • Marry her to a family member

    • Marry her to a trusted official

    • Marry her yourself and co-rule until you die


You have just come into control of egypt as the hyksos or greeks

You have just come into control of Egypt as the Hyksos or Greeks.


You have just come into control of egypt as the hyksos or greeks1

You have just come into control of Egypt as the Hyksos or Greeks.

  • Pharaoh’s response:

    • Take on the role of Pharaoh to ensure control of the vast nation


An ancestor has ruled well you want to ride their coat tails

An ancestor has ruled well, you want to ride their coat-tails


An ancestor has ruled well you want to ride their coat tails1

An ancestor has ruled well, you want to ride their coat-tails.

  • Rename yourself

    • Neferkare I

    • Neferkare II

    • Neferkare III Nebi

    • Neferkare IV Kiendu

    • Neferkare V Tereru

    • Neferkare VI Pepytereb


There is a lack of water and food because of a low flood

There is a lack of water and food because of a low flood.


There is a lack of water and food because of a low flood1

There is a lack of water and food because of a low flood.

  • Hand out reserves of food

  • Increase payment of food taxes

  • Decrease food handed out


You would like to pass on the dynasty smoothly to a son too young to rule

You would like to pass on the dynasty smoothly to a son too young to rule.


You would like to pass on the dynasty smoothly to a son too young to rule1

You would like to pass on the dynasty smoothly to a son too young to rule.

  • Pharaoh’s response:

    • Have the mother serve as regent until son is old enough to rule


Closing

Closing

  • Compose a tweet in which you describe the hopes you have in the ascendency of a new female pharaoh.

    • 140 characters,

      • how she came to be ruler, how she will rule


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