Compare And Contrast Gandhi And Osiris

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Osiris: Osiris represented the dead pharaoh, who was brought to a new life and reigned the underworld. Osiris is thought to have been killed by the evil god Seth, but then brought to life by Isis, his wife and sister. In their new life, the Egyptians believed that men and sacred animals would become “Osirified”.
Seti I: Seti I was the second pharaoh of the nineteenth dynasty in Egypt. He was the son of Ramses I and had ruled from 1290 to 1279 BCE. During his time of reign, he invested in building, repairing temples, and increasing mining in Egypt.
Cleopatra: Cleopatra, known as “The Syrian”, was the queen of Egypt from 193 to 176 BCE. She married her brother, Ptolemy V Epiphanes, although they both shared power together, Cleopatra was in control. Under her rule, Egypt remained peaceful.
Octavian (Augustus): He was born Octavian, but later switched his name to Augustus. Augustus ruled the Roman empire generously. He helped the economy by …show more content…

Egypt is where an ancient civilization existed for thousands and thousands of years. During the ancient times, Egypt was part of the Roman Empire and one of the major world powers. Today, Egypt is the most populated country in the Arab world with about 94 million people living there.
Nero: Nero reigned Rome from the year 54 to 68 AD. He had promised many great things for Rome, but never fulfilled them. Nero is known as the most infamous emperor to ever rule Rome.
Rome: Rome is a city located in West Central Italy on the Tiber River. Rome is the capital of one of the largest empires in Europe’s history. It is well known for its politics, history, culture, and especially art.
Alexander the Great: Alexander the Great began to rule Macedonia in the year, 336 BCE, after the assassination of his father. His plan was to follow in his father’s footsteps and invade Persia. Alexander and his army were successful with the expedition and were able to explore more of the unknown

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