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"Egyptian kings were called pharaohs"

Every Egyptian king had numerous first names but Pharaoh could not be found among them. Only in the fourteenth century BC, ordinary people began to call the royal palace, the princely court, and the king himself with the notion of Pharaoh (big house), just as Pope and his entire collective of power are called the Holy See. Meanwhile, Israelite prisoners took over the term Pharaoh for the king and assimilated it as the title of King in all their writings. In 950 BC Pharaoh term became official title of the Egyptian leader.
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