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WHO WAS QUEEN HATSHEPSUT???

SHE WAS A PERSON THAT WAS A QUEEN
BECAUSE HER BROHERS DIE AND SHE BECOME A
QUEEN OF EGYPT…
BUT SHE CAN’T BE A QUEEN BECAUSE SHE WAS
A GIRL AND THAT IS WHY SHE DRESS UP LIKE A
BOY SO CAN SHE BE A QUEEN…LETS SEE THE
LIFE OF THIS QUEEN.
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Hatshepsut acquired many titles
during her rise to power. From
Queen Tetisheri she received the
title, "God's wife of Amon." This
title was then passed to
Hatshepsut’s daughter, Neferure.
As noted in Save-Soderbergh
(1961) Hatshepsut was often
dressed as a boy, who led her to be
titled the "Crown PrinceofEgypt."
• Hatshepsut was one of the
  most prolific builders in
  ancient Egypt,
  commissioning hundreds
  of construction projects
  throughout both Upper
  Egypt and Lower Egypt,
  that were grander and
  more numerous than those
  of any of her Middle
  Kingdom predecessors.
  Later pharaohs attempted
  to claim some of her
  projects as theirs.
• In comparison with other
  female pharaohs,
  Hatshepsut's reign was
  long and prosperous. She
  was successful in warfare
  early in her reign, but
  generally is considered to
  be a pharaoh who
  inaugurated a long
  peaceful era. She re-
  established trading
  relationships lost during a
  foreign occupation and
  brought great wealth to
  Egypt.
Hatshepsut died as she was approaching, what
we would consider middle age given typical
contemporary lifespans, in her twenty-second
regnal year. The precise date of Hatshepsut's
death—and the time when Thutmose III became
sole pharaoh of Egypt—is considered to be Year
22, II Peret day 10 of their joint rule, as recorded
on a single stela erected at Armant or January 16,
1458 BC. This information validates the basic
reliability of Manetho's kinglist records since
Thutmose III and Hatshepsut's known accession
date was I Shemu day 4. (i.e.: Hatshepsut died 9
months into her 22nd year as Manetho writes in
his Epitome for a reign of 21 years and 9
months).
Conclution
• In this research we learned about the
  biography of the queen, the contributions
  made on behalf of the society of his time.

 It was interesting to know the culture of
 Egypt, its monuments and inventions they
 developed. History is important because it
 allows us to know the customs, culture and
 inventions of our ancestors.

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  • 2. WHO WAS QUEEN HATSHEPSUT??? SHE WAS A PERSON THAT WAS A QUEEN BECAUSE HER BROHERS DIE AND SHE BECOME A QUEEN OF EGYPT… BUT SHE CAN’T BE A QUEEN BECAUSE SHE WAS A GIRL AND THAT IS WHY SHE DRESS UP LIKE A BOY SO CAN SHE BE A QUEEN…LETS SEE THE LIFE OF THIS QUEEN.
  • 4. Hatshepsut acquired many titles during her rise to power. From Queen Tetisheri she received the title, "God's wife of Amon." This title was then passed to Hatshepsut’s daughter, Neferure. As noted in Save-Soderbergh (1961) Hatshepsut was often dressed as a boy, who led her to be titled the "Crown PrinceofEgypt."
  • 5. • Hatshepsut was one of the most prolific builders in ancient Egypt, commissioning hundreds of construction projects throughout both Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt, that were grander and more numerous than those of any of her Middle Kingdom predecessors. Later pharaohs attempted to claim some of her projects as theirs.
  • 6. • In comparison with other female pharaohs, Hatshepsut's reign was long and prosperous. She was successful in warfare early in her reign, but generally is considered to be a pharaoh who inaugurated a long peaceful era. She re- established trading relationships lost during a foreign occupation and brought great wealth to Egypt.
  • 7. Hatshepsut died as she was approaching, what we would consider middle age given typical contemporary lifespans, in her twenty-second regnal year. The precise date of Hatshepsut's death—and the time when Thutmose III became sole pharaoh of Egypt—is considered to be Year 22, II Peret day 10 of their joint rule, as recorded on a single stela erected at Armant or January 16, 1458 BC. This information validates the basic reliability of Manetho's kinglist records since Thutmose III and Hatshepsut's known accession date was I Shemu day 4. (i.e.: Hatshepsut died 9 months into her 22nd year as Manetho writes in his Epitome for a reign of 21 years and 9 months).
  • 8. Conclution • In this research we learned about the biography of the queen, the contributions made on behalf of the society of his time. It was interesting to know the culture of Egypt, its monuments and inventions they developed. History is important because it allows us to know the customs, culture and inventions of our ancestors.