The site pointed out that the longest ancient Egyptian pharaoh was tall after the "Sanakht" by nearly a thousand years; it was 5 feet and 9 inches, or about 1.75 meters.
"Sanakhat" is an Egyptian king descended from the third family in the ancient Pharaonic state, and his mummy was found in 1901.
The study published in the August issue of the scientific journal "Lancet" pointed to the length of the pharaoh in ancient Egypt and that it may be due to the fact that Egyptian kings were better fed and healthier than the general public.
The study denied that what had been promoted in advance was that Ramses II was the tallest man in the pharaohs. The study showed that it had a normal length compared to Sanakht; it was 1.75 meters long.
The study also pointed out that the royal footnote was enjoyed by most of its employees in the short term, and may be the reason for their choice to perform these tasks is the palace of their height, so as not to raise their eyes in the face of their masters.