use pharaoh in a sentence.
I take it you haven't read Business Secrets of the Pharaohs?
I think _exec was asking for a source to back up the claim about the pharaohs' copper mines.
Ah yes, Oracle is carrying on the grand tradition of Pharaohs, ancient Rome's damnatio memoriae, and Stalin's Great Purge.
A really good warning would be "Death comes on wings to he who enters the tomb of a pharaoh.
Did God deal well with them for not following the command of Pharaoh or for lying?
Effect shown is apparently known as "Pharaoh's Serpent" :
I totally believed this comment, completed the game and liked it, but am slightly disappointed about not having built pyramids and fought pharaohs :)
The people who made Caesar 3/Pharaoh later made Children of the Nile, which has a much more refined mechanic.
That said, I still play Pharaoh and the walker mechanic is part of the game, it's part of what makes it an interesting game.
If we're using the pharaohs as a guide, then perhaps we should make a massive monument, mark it with the most creative signage we can think of, and then bury the nuclear waste somewhere else.
Incidentally, I've heard that 'Pharaoh' comes from an ancient Egyptian word meaning 'big house' or 'big palace'.
Fun fact - in Boleslaw Prus Pharaoh one of the main economic measures what the pharaoh declaring every seventh day a rest one instead of every tenth for the peasants with the argumentation that they will work better the rest of the times.
I progressed with a rather slow pace but after the Egyptians came and asked me whether I wanted to help build a new pyramid for their current Pharaoh - as apparently I was a top architect known far-and-wide - things became interesting very quickly.
I've recently read that about every second western european male is somehow a descendant of the egyptian pharaoh Tutenchamun.
As a kid I was fascinated about historical games (even loose ones), like Civilization, the Total War series, Europa Universalis, Pharaoh, Age of Empires, etc.