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Achievements of King Kams

Acts and Achievements of the King: Military campaigns and wars against the Hyksos north of Thebes. Two paintings have been discovered showing the wars and victories that King Camus made over the Hyksos in the Ores region, the Hyksos capital of the Delta, as well as details of the king’s triumphant return over the enemies to Thebes again. King Kams died in battle a year in the city of Ambos, and King Kams is said to have regained King Hamses in a will to his grandmother Tuteishiri: His father was followed and he died in the death of Sengnen Ra. The Abbott Papyrus was found stating that the Ark of King Kamis was moved from the main tomb of the Valley of the Kings to the Dara Abu al-Naga area, to preserve the Ark and the mummy from pharaonic tomb robbers. The King’s Ark was discovered in 1857 by the archaeologist Merette, but the condition of the mummy was very weak, and some artifacts have been found: a dagger made of gold and silver, currently in the Museum of Brussels, Belgium. A bronze mirror is currently housed in the Louvre Paris. The papyrus Geran is a collection of pharaonic incantations. Unknown to a non-Egyptologist public, no doubt with the mantles of glory and pottery, King Kams led the liberation of Egypt, occupied by the Hyksos for over a century, and succeeded in the early stages of this liberation. During the reign of one fervour king, we read from the historian Joseph, quoted by Manetho, that sacred rage raged against us. Surprised by sunrise, a people of unknown origin dared to invade our country, without difficulty and without fighting seized it by force, capturing leaders, brutally burning cities, destroying temples of the gods, brutalizing citizens, slaughtering some of them, taking their children as slaves and their women as slaves.

Writer Walid Youssef

Ancient Egyptian culture and secrets you never knew before about pharaonic culture.

King Kams is one of the most important pharaohs warriors against the Hyksos of ancient Egypt

The Secrets of Pharaoh’s Life Against Hyksos in Ancient Egyptian Culture.

His reign was 1555-1550 BC.

“Seventeen Family”.

Sons – King Essex.

“Father of the King”.

“Mother Queen”.

Dates of death – 1550 BC.

Place of burial – Kams tomb in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor.

In the next article we will learn about King Kams achievements.

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Secrets about the pyramids of ancient Egypt that few people know

Most people are certain of the beauty and mystery of the pyramids, distinctive with their huge and impressive structures that took place in ancient Egypt. These gigantic edifices were large burial sites for ancient Egyptian pharaohs and Kings. But there is a lot of interesting and intriguing information that few people know. Here are 14 facts that you do not know about the pyramids. The three most famous pyramids in ancient Egypt The oldest pyramid in existence, the Saqara area, dates back to the 27th century BC.

While the Pyramid of Djoser is the oldest, the pyramid of Khufu is the largest of its peers, with a current height of 146.5 meters and being one of the Seven Wonders of the World.

THE PYRAMIDS OF OLD EGYPT

Estimates of what human capacity the three pyramids required to construct vary widely, but it amounts to approximately 100,000 people.

THE PYRAMIDS WERE NOT BUILT OVERNIGHT, IT ALONE TOOK NEARLY 200 YEARS TO BUILD THE GREAT PYRAMID, AND THE PASSES AND BOTTOM PARTS WERE BUILT FOR 10 YEARS, ACCORDING TO GREEK HERODOT, WHO VISITED EGYPT IN THE FOURTH CENTURY B.C., MORE THAN 2,000 YEARS AFTER THE GREAT PYRAMID WAS BUILT

He had heard these accounts, and other priests and narratives, indicating that many pyramid construction began at the same time.

All the pyramids were built on the west bank of the Nile, then known as the sunset site, and were associated with ancient Egyptian mythology, the Muti kingdom.

Ancient Egyptian nobles were buried in the pyramids with all their valuable items, such as fine jewellery, which it was believed would be used by the dead in the afterlife.

The first architect of the pyramids was known as Amenhotep, an ancient Egyptian engineer and physician who added to his extensive and diverse culture.

He is credited with the design of the first main pyramid, the Zoser.

Experts agree on the requirement to build the pyramids from huge brass chiselstones, but the method of transporting and placing these stones remains a matter of speculation and debate and a puzzle to this day.

According to the variety of pyramid designs, the way the pyramids were built has evolved over time. Ancient pyramids were not built in the same way as many other monuments and anecdotes in the world.

The pyramids of ancient Egypt were subjected to an attempted demolition by the Aziz and the second Ayyubid sultan of Egypt, but their attempts failed due to their great complexity, but they managed to damage the pyramid and demolish part of its northern side.

The pyramids of ancient Egypt were closely associated with Osiris, a god of rebirth and afterlife, according to the ancient Egyptians.

THE GREAT PYRAMID OF ANCIENT EGYPT IS ESTABLISHED TO HAVE OVER 2 MILLION BLOCKS OF STONE THAT WEIGH FROM 30.2 TONS, WITH SOME THAT WEIGH OVER 50 TONS

The pyramids were originally covered with a carefully polished layer of white limestone, which gave them a glittering jewel that reflected sunlight on them and could be seen from a very long distance.

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