Pharaoh got word of how beautiful that Sarai was and invited her and Abram. The Pharaoh started facing many different kinds of plagues to him and his household. The Lord struck Pharaoh and presented many plagues along him, and his family. Pharaoh called upon Abram and said, "What is this you have done to me? Why did you not tell me that she was your wife?
CleopatraVII was the most powerful woman in the Roman world. Her rod began to reign only after the death of Alexander the great. Alexander the great invaded Egypt and founded his Kingdom and after his death, Ptolemy became king. Despite the fact that Ptolemy was a Macedonian, he became a great king of Egypt. Ptolemy made Alexandria the capital of his Empire and this city became the richest city of that time.
Alexander the Great lived from 356-323 B.C. and was the son of Philipp II and Olympias. Being the crown prince, he was educated by Airstoteles and as early as 340 entrusted with important administrative functions. After Philipp had married Cleopatra, conflicts with his stepmother ended in his banishment. Even after he had returned he feared for his life and uncertain of his throne until Philipp was murdered in 336, most likely with Alexander’s and his mother Olympias’ knowledge.
Maya, her 15-year-old son Guy, and new husband moved to Cairo, Egypt, where Angelou became an editor for The Arab Observer. Angelou continued taking teaching and writing jobs as she and Guy adjusted. But as her relationship with Make came to an end in 1963, Angelou left Egypt with her son for Ghana. While living in Africa, Angelou established a great friendship with Malcolm X. Upon returning to the States in 1964 to help him build the newly formed Organization of African American Unity, Malcolm X was assassinated soon thereafter.
For Phrataces, hearing that Gaius was in Syria, acting as consul, (i.e. proconsul) and, furthermore, having suspicions regarding his own people, who had even before this been inclined to be disloyal to him, forestalled action on their part by coming to terms with the Romans (Gaius), on condition that he himself should renounce Armenia and that his brothers should remain beyond the sea.” (Cassius Dio. Roman History Book 55
His siblings were Sarah Lincoln and Thomas Lincoln Jr, named after his father. His parents were Nancy Lincoln and Thomas Lincoln. Nancy was taken by a disease called Milk disease, killing her aunt and uncle as well. A while after Nancy’s death Thomas re-married to Sarah Bush Johnston, bringing in four more spoiled children into the family. As Abraham Lincoln went to begin his new life he met Mary Todd, they married on November fourth, 1842.
(“Alexander”)During the final battle in July 332 B.C., eight thousand Phoenicians were reportedly killed, and thirty thousand were taken as slaves. (“Alexander”)The Egyptians welcomed him as a liberator from the hated Persians; they also proclaimed him the son of Amon-Ra, the supreme Egyptian god. Historians think this may be one reason Alexander considered himself divine. To truly understand Alexander the Great, one must understand his later life. He founded the city of Alexandria on the site of the old Greek trading port of Naucratis.
He was just 32 years old. Rhoxana gave birth to his son a few months later. After Alexander died, his empire collapsed and the nations within it battled for power. Over time, the cultures of Greece and the Orient synthesized and thrived as a side effect of Alexander's empire, becoming part of his legacy and spreading the spirit of
The prophet Muhammad was born in 570 CE in Mecca. Sadly, before he was born his father (Abdullah) passed away. After his mother passed away the prophet was orphaned at the age of five. His grandfather (‘Abd al Muttalib) then took care of him. When the prophet was eight years old his grandfather also passed away leaving him in the care of his uncle (Abu Talib).