The fall of the Pharaohs in Egypt marked the end of an era that had lasted for over three thousand years. A combination of factors contributed to their decline, including invasions from foreign powers, internal political instability, and economic problems. The final blow came in 332 BC when Alexander the Great conquered Egypt and established his own dynasty. This event signaled the end of the Pharaohs' rule and the beginning of a new chapter in Egyptian history.
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