Vizier
A vizier (/vɪˈzɪər/, rarely /ˈvɪzjər/;وزير‎ in Arabic script (Arabic, Persian and Urdu); Hindi: वज़ीर; sometimes spelled vazir, vizir, vasir, wazir, vesir, or vezir) is a high-ranking politi...
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Prince of the Sa'id
Prince of the Sa'id (Arabic: أمير الصعيد, Amir al-Sa'id‎) was the title used by the heir apparent to the Egyptian throne prior to the abolition of the monarchy following the Egyptian Revolut...
High Priest of Ra
The High Priest of Ra or the High Priest of Re, was known in Egyptian as the wr-mꜢw, which translates as Greatest of Seers. The main cult of Ra was in ancient Heliopolis, northeast of present day Cair...
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Grand Vizier
In the Ottoman Empire, the Grand Vizier was the prime minister of the Ottoman sultan, with absolute power of attorney and, in principle, dismissible only by the sultan himself. He held the imperial se...
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Khenemetneferhedjet
Khenemetneferhedjet (ẖnm.t nfr-ḥḏ.t) was an ancient Egyptian queenly title during the Middle Kingdom. It was in use from the 12th to the early 18th dynasty. During the 12th dynasty it also occurred a...
Two Ladies
In Ancient Egyptian texts, Two Ladies is a religious euphemism for Wadjet and Nekhbet, the deities who were the patrons of the Ancient Egyptians and worshiped by all after the unification of its two p...
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Viceroy of Kush
Sa-nisut-n-Kush Sꜣ-nswt-n-KꜣšKing's Son of KushLower Nubian Kush was a province of Egypt from the 16th century BCE to eleventh century BCE. During this period it was ruled by a viceroy who reported...
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Sahib ul-Makam al-Rafi
Sahib ul-Makam al-Rafi (Arabic: صاحب المقام الرفيع‎) (alternative spelling: Saheb Al-Makam Al-Rafie) was a manner of address used in Egypt during the monarchical era that was attached to the...
Lector priest
A lector priest, in ancient Egypt, was a priest who recited spells and hymns during official ceremonies, such as temple rituals. Such priests also sold their services to laymen, reciting texts during...
Pharaoh
Pharaoh (/ˈfeɪ.roʊ/, /fɛr.oʊ/ or /fær.oʊ/) is the common title of the kings of Ancient Egyptian dynasties until the Graeco-Roman conquest. Pharaoh was the name for king and the son of the god R...
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Sultana (title)
The term Sultana (Arabic: سلطانه‎) is an Islamic title reserved for a few Muslim women rulers in history. It is sometimes mistaken for the title of the chief wife of a Sultan.
A famous S...
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Nomarch
Nomarchs (Ancient Egyptian: heri-tep a'a) were the semi-feudal rulers of Ancient Egyptian provinces. Serving as provincial governors, they each held authority over one of the 42 nomes (Egyptian: sepat...
Haty-a
Ḥaty-aḤaty-a was an ancient Egyptian rank and title given to local princes, mayors, or governors. There is no standard translation for it, and it is frequently left transliterated in scholarly litera...
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Baig
Baig, also commonly spelled Beg, or Begh (Persian: بیگ, Turkish: Bey) was a title of Turko-Mongol Origin, which is today used as a surname or middle name to identify lineage. It means Chief or Command...
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Khedive
The term Khedive (Ottoman Turkish: خدیو Hıdiv) is a title largely equivalent to the English word viceroy. It was first used, without official recognition, by Muhammad Ali Pasha (Turkish: Kaval...
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Ancient Egyptian royal titulary
The royal titulary or royal protocol of an Egyptian pharaoh is the standard naming convention taken by the kings of Ancient Egypt. It symbolises worldly power and holy might and also acts as a sort of...
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King of Egypt and the Sudan
King of Egypt and the Sudan (Arabic: ملك مصر والسودان‎ Malik Miṣr was-Sūdān) was the title used by the Egyptian monarch from 16 October 1951 until the abolition of the monarchy on 18 June 19...
Great Royal Wife
Great Royal Wife, or alternatively Chief King's Wife (Ancient Egyptian: ḥmt nswt wrt), is the term that was used to refer to the principal wife of the pharaoh of Ancient Egypt. The former is also, i...
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Divine Adoratrice of Amun
The Divine Adoratrice of Amun was a second title created for the chief priestess of the ancient Egyptian deity, Amun. During the first millennium BCE, when the holder of this office exercised her lar...