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For no apparent reason, fifteen-year-old Yuri Suzuki is suddenly snatched out of her modern world by a pair of hands emerging out of the water. She is transported back to Hattusa, the Hittite Empire's capitol, during the time of the Bronze Age; its queen, Nakia, wishes to use Yuri has a human sacrifice. The only way Yuri can survive is by becoming the concubine to the Prince of the Empire, and Ishtar to the people of the Empire. With danger at every turn and her heart torn, will Yuri decide to stay in Hattusa, or try to find her way back home?
Red River is about a fifteen-year-old Japanese girl named Yuri Suzuki, who is magically transported to Hattusa, the capital of the Hittite Empire in Anatolia. She was summoned by Queen Nakia who means to use Yuri as a human sacrifice. Yuri's blood is the key element needed in placing a curse upon the princes of the land so that they will perish, leaving Nakia's son as the sole heir to the throne. Follows the story of Yuri as she falls in love with prince Kail and thwarts Empress Nakia's schemes.
Both manga deal with strong female characters who have time slipped into the past and get involved with the local politics of the ancient kingdoms. While the Pharaoh's Concubine takes you to the rule of Ramses the Third, Red river takes you on the other side of Egypt's border into the kingdom of the Hittite people (both are almost placed in the same time in history).
Absolutely love these mangas, they both have great plots and great lead females. If you like time travel and/or love stories filled with adventure then you would love both of these
it's got the same historical fact and reincarnation. The heroine is in both mangas deeply loved by the king adding the fact that both heroines are strong willed and smart.
Obsessed with medieval fantasies, Marina develops a revolutionary VR device that can bring fictional worlds to life. Her dreams come true when she transports herself to Lasnorok, the setting of her own novel. The problem is, she can't get back out! Disguised as a runaway slave boy named Rino, she comes face-to-face with the main character she created, the ambitious Edward Allen Dihas. Can Marina help him overthrow the emperor and survive to make it out alive?
At first, I didn't relate both stories because there are many other stories with this kind of story type (Person in a Strange World or Isekai). But when I read chapter 52 of "I Choose the Emperor Ending", suddenly I was being reminded of "Pharaoh's Concubine". I've read many this kind of manhwa/manhua, but I think it's the first time with the same kind of plot. To experience that (sorry, if I said more, it would be a spoiler), right in front of their very own eyes, just when they thought they would be happy... poor Edward, poor Sese.... They must have felt so deep in hurt. The reaction in chapter 55 was the same too.
Both have romance developed gradually with the female leads came from another world/another time. But "I Choose the Emperor Ending" is hilariously funny, while "Pharaoh's Concubine" more historic with its Egypt background. I enjoyed reading both. I've finished reading Pharaoh's Concubine, while on chapter 55 for I Choose the Emperor Ending (still on-going).
Both of these mangas have female protagonists that love powerful men. Their relationships are like porcupines. If they get too close, they end up hurting one another, but they just can't stay away. Both of these mangas were incredible to read.
The main character is Carol, a blonde-haired, blue-eyed American teenager from a wealthy family with an interest in Egyptology studying in Cairo. When her mentor discovers the tomb of a young pharaoh, a curse is put on the excavation team and Carol. The curse sends her back in time to ancient Egypt, where she becomes embroiled in the affairs of Egypt and other ancient countries such as Assyria and Babylonia. Carol meets Memphis, a handsome young pharaoh whose tomb she excavated in modern times. Despite his headstrong, at first violent nature, they fall deeply in love. This angers Memphis's half-sister, the Priestess Isis, who has longed to marry him. Carol, due to her exotic looks and curious ability to tell the future, becomes a major player in ancient history.
Chen Xiyan, a girl from the 21st century, travels in space to another world which is full of wars. The tyrant Yu Chenhua forced her and imprisoned her, which, however, couldn’t cover her brilliance. A rare Goddess as she is, she can’t feel his love for her. The love and hatred between two people from different countries and spaces thus begins...
Very similar stories in everything but the setting. However, both are about a girl who somehow ends up traveling to another time/world and gain the affection of a ruler. What also makes it similar to each other is they both then travel back to their own time (Inuyasha Style).
A premeditated traversal, a never-ending lingering. Mi Xiyao traveled through more than 6,000 years and came to 3100 BC. An accident happened causing Mi Xiyao to replace the identity of Pharaoh's future wife and met the young Pharaoh Menes who was full of enthusiasm. In the mysterious era where myths and legends go hand in hand, Mi Xiyao was embroiled in the wave of history, witnessing the unification of ancient Egypt with Menes. "I should go back to my time." "I have imprinted my mark on you. You can't go anywhere, my queen." A little change might create a butterfly effect. Everything in the future may no longer exist, how should Mi Xiyao choose?
Egypt, a four thousand year old civilization, has now collapse and entered into a war-torn era. There will be a period of power and angry waves. The small country, Esteria, was invaded and destroyed by their neighbouring country, Urjna, and its pharaoh, Sneferu. Prince Sariokis vows to get revenge on Sneferu, and avenge Esteria.
Cleopatra was born in 70 BC and was an Ancient Egyptian Pharaoh. Strong of heart, she is willing to do anything to restore her beloved Egypt back to its former glory. Possessed by an unfaltering love, Cleopatra engages in a bloody struggle for power.