Ancient Egyptian Rulers
A Coggle Diagram about Akhenaten
(He ruled for 17 years between roughly 1253 B.C and 1335 B.C.
, Instead of invading neighboring kingdoms to expand territory, his interest was within the confines of Egypt. He focused for on making Atenism (religion for followers of the sun god) the only religion in Egypt.
, Akhenaten, meaning "living spirit" known before the fifth year of is reign as Amenhotep IV. It is still a debate to this day if Akhenaten was crowned after his father's demise. Its also believed that he shared the throne with Amenhotep III before the latter's death.
, He should be remember for his devotion to the Sun God and the architecture that was created for the Sun God. One of is greatest accomplishments was forcing the people of Thebes to believe in Aten instead of the other Egyptian gods. He also succeeded on being placed in a pyramid which was an honor at the time.
, Inscriptions were revealed that he was insensitive to his allies. He did little to no help to his neighboring allies suffering from acute political crisis.
and Akhenaten's death of the fall of his 17 year rule. (death from natural causes)
(Before his death, he had rebuilt Egypt. He had expanded its borders beyond the Sinai desert in the north-east and deep into Nubia in the south. He had then given it financial security and paved out the foundations for a new empire and a golden age.
He should be remembered for this and saving Egypt in its time of crisis.
, He became Pharaoh during 1550 BC at the age of 10, and ruled for a period of around 25 years before his natural death.
, He made the decision after defeating the Hyksos, to create a powerful empire so he traveled south to Nubia, home to some of the richest gold mines in the ancient world. Amos’s Egyptian army defeated the Nubians and their king in to another victory. This is how he gave financial security to Egypt
, His father Kamose had died from battle against Hyksos. After his death Ahmose was named Pharaoh, but was to young. His mother Ahhotep ruled until he was older and knew how to lead.
, He was loved by all of Egypt and was treated like a god after defeating the Hyksos and avenging his father.
(He accomplished very little during his reign and is not remembered for changing Egypt in a big way. The reason why he is the most famous pharaoh today is because of the elaborate treasures found in his tomb in the Valley of Kings.
, Many people of Egypt had been unhappy with the religious changes his father has made. Tutankhamen and his advisors tried to fix the changes that his father had made. Under Tutankhamun Egypt returned to their old gods and the old temples were prepared. The capital city was also back to the city of Memphis. He also changed his name from Tutankhamen, "the living image of Aten", to Tutankhamen, "the living image of Amun". He was liked because of this.
, He was in power through 1361 B.C to 1352 B.C. He died at the age of 18th from an unknown death, but historians believe it was due to infection from an accidental broken leg.
and At seven year's old Tutankhamen's father had died. A few years later Tutankhamen married his sister which was common for Pharaoh's in Ancient Egypt and became Pharaoh. Since he was young, another ruler took over until he was old enough to lead. The rulers were a powerful general named Horemheb and Tutankhamen's vizer, Ay.
- "Amenhotep III." Guardian's Egypt. N.p., 2003. Web.
- "Amenhotep III." Egypt's Golden Empire. PBS, n.d. Web. 13 Oct. 2016.
- People, By Famous. "Akhenaten Biography." - Childhood, Life Achievements & Timeline. N.p., n.d. Web. 17 Oct. 2016.
- "Ancient Egypt." Ian Biography for Kids: Tutankhamun. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Oct. 2016.
- PBS. PBS, n.d. Web. 18 Oct. 2016.