Who is in the grave in the fourth episode of ‘Moon Knight’?

Narrative works based on mystery are based on their effectiveness and the interest they arouse in the public, such as the miniseries moon knight (2022) and most of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, they need to offer us different twists throughout the development of their plot to impress and keep their eyes fixed on the screen. and the episode “The Tomb” (1×04) of the adventures starring Oscar Isaac’s Marc Spector is exemplary in that regard.

In the script signed by Alex Meenehan, Peter Cameron and Sabir Pirzada there are several surprising swerves; even one capable of blowing our heads off because he manipulates our notion of reality about what happens. But the first of real relevance that occurs is related to the egyptian tomb that the dangerous Arthur Harrow of Ethan Hawke and his gang, on the one hand, and Steven Grant and the Layla El-Faouly of May Calamawy, on the other, are searching hard for.

Some try to resurrect the goddess Ammit so that she unleashes her horrible power of justice throughout Minority report (2002) and the pair with the protagonist of moon knight, prevent it. The key to this is found in said funerary enclosure, and these characters descend there, putting their lives in danger. But what we wouldn’t guess in a million years is the identity of the deceased to which they dedicate such an underground construction. Nothing less than Alexander the Great.

A Fascinating Historical Character in ‘Moon Knight’

Macedonian Empire (323 BCE)

The oldest architect of the Macedonian Empire He is one of the men who has caused the greatest controversies and pure fascination among historians who specialize in Antiquity, and enormous rivers of academic ink. Born in the year 356 BCE, he had the philosopher Aristotle as a teacher and fell out with his difficult father, Philip II, for his new marriage to the point that he threatened to declare him a bastard son.

When he died violently in 336, he sat on the throne of Macedonia after having rid himself of his other claimants, subdued the rebellious peoples who tried to shake off the Macedonian yoke taking advantage of the situation of the monarchical succession and, until the confused day in that Alexander the Great kicked the bucket and they put his corpse in the lost tomb what is seen in moon knightconquered the world.

Or, at least, the vast area of ​​it between Greece, the Indus Valley to the East and Egypt to the West. Thus, he managed to take revenge on the Persians by occupying their empire and yet in his thirteen years from leaderHe also served as Greek hegemon, Egyptian pharaoh and king of Asia, Media and Persia and, by demolishing so many border walls, he fostered the cultural exchange of the Hellenistic period (323-30 BCE).

Ammit’s voice

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The Persians controlled Egypt since the year 343, as they had done before between 523 and 404, and Alexander the Great ended a domain that was abhorred in 332, earning the gratitude of the residents in the country of the Nile. They considered him their liberator and believed that he was a direct descendant of King Nectanebo, representative of Amun and, therefore, son of that celestial deity. And that was how they decided to name him pharaoh.