I found the following verses in the Quran (the holy book of Islam):
Quran 79:24 And said (the king pharaoh), "I am your most exalted lord."
Quran 28:38 And king Pharaoh said, "O eminent ones, I have not known you to have a god other than me. Then ignite for me, O Hāmān, [a fire] upon the clay1 and make for me a tower that I may look at the God of Moses. And indeed, I do think he is among the liars."
According to the verse some unknown pharaoh (claimed to be the pharaoh of the exodus), was taken as the only god by Egyptians and he even threatened those who refused to take him as god to be punished
Quran 26:29 [Pharaoh] said, "If you (Moses) take a god other than me, I will surely place you among those imprisoned."
My historical question is:
Was there any time in the history of ancient Egypt as understood by modern historians that there was any Egyptian Pharaoh that was considered the most exalted god, the one and only god that ancient Egyptians worshiped, and that the Egyptians never took a god other than him during his life?