21st century education


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E is for Egypt


Pharaoh is the common title of the kings of Ancient Egyptian dynasties until the Greco-Roman conquest. Pharaoh was the name for king and the son of the god Ra. They were associated with objects of royalty including scepters, crowns and headdresses. They were designed with animals that they worshiped, mainly the faces or heads.

The title originates in the Egyptian term pr ˤ3, literally “great house”, describing the royal palace. Historically, however, “pharaoh” emerged as a title for the king during the New Kingdom, specifically during the middle of the eighteenth dynasty, post the reign of Hatshepsut.

U Pharaoh 2?

Ever since MU’s own wise pharaoh, Isabella Medici expelled all the students, fired all the faculty, and invited everyone back as equal “learners” really anyone can be a “Pharaoh” at MU! So why don’t you? Dress up in whatever way you think a VR MU Pharaoh in the 21st century should, snap a selfie, and paste a link to it in the comments below! Game on!

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