Though Pharaoh was Egypt's first King, Egypt would likely have been separated into two Egypts before the birth of Mizraim, because his name means "two lands". This would mean Egyptus founded Egypt, and before the birth of her brother (Mizraim) the land became divided. Pharaoh possibly then became king of one of these lands before Mizraim (presumably) reunited these lands to form one Egypt. However it is also possible that Pharaoh reunited the country and later the land became divided again. In either situation Mizraim is bound to have done something of greater importance than his nephew (and/or son), in order for the land to end up bearing his name. There is no doubt however that Pharaoh (and his mother) were great rulers, as the term Pharaoh is named after him.