Sharif hafezi was not a pharoah but a close relative of pharoah Heta hatata. There is some reference on Google searches to an Egyptian martial art known as boga tan but it remains unconfirmed as does its alleged inventor jewell-jole da.
Other searches on Google with name sharif hafezi reveal 2 people from UK.
1. an Islamic philosopher, who has lectured widely on a range of contemporary issues including the existence of God. An advisor to a member of the UK Parliament
2. a lesser known sharif hafezi abu laith from Glasgow mentioned on some forums on Google.
There is a university in Iran known as Sharif University, and there is a town in Iran called Hafezi. I think in origin Hafezi is a Persian word and not connected to Pharoahs.
An Egyptian farmer is called "fallah" in Arabic.
Also a Pharaoh.
Alot of people think the Europeans invented the Vampire. The Vampire was actually invented by China, hundreds of years ago. The Vampire is supposed to be called the Jiang Shi.
Pharaoh's graves are known as tombs.
I can't find a pharaoh who was called the Fist Pharaoh. Maybe you misspelled something ...
The absolute ruler of Egypt was the Pharaoh.
he is called a king and not a Pharaoh because he was only 10 years old when he died and he was the only Pharaoh they found with all the gold in the tomb!
There is a ancient egytian pyramid in Egypt called Giza. It is one of the seven wonders of the world. The ruler that built it was called Kufu.
I know someone called Pharaoh and it means 'A ruler or leader'