anonymous
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Why did the Egyptians call their king pharaoh? A. The Egyptians borrowed the title from the Sumerians. B. The king wore the Double Crown of Egypt, and the word means "he who rules all." C. Thinking it was disrespectful to speak directly about a god-king, they referred to the palace instead. D. Calling such a powerful ruler king was not enough, and the word pharaoh means god-king. I will fan and medal
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anonymous
  • anonymous
nikeboi101 can you help me
anonymous
  • anonymous
it is either b or d
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay thanks

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anonymous
  • anonymous
no problem :)
beamilkyway
  • beamilkyway
ok, so, actually, the word pharaoh is Greek and it is derivated from an Egyptian word "par'-oh" that means "Great House". When it was first used it referred to the palace and the king's greatness not just to the king himself, therefore the answer is C.

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