Pharaoh is the common title of the kings of Ancient Egyptian dynasties until the Graeco-Roman conquest. Pharaoh was the name for king and the son of the god Ra. They were associated with objects of royalty including scepters, crowns and headdresses. They were designed with animals that they worshiped, mainly the faces or heads. Throughout the reigning of the Pharaoh dynasties many titles were developed identifying their status and the location of where they reigned. Royal accessories also indicated where and who were under the control of these Pharaohs.