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Who was Hatshepsut?

She was a successful Ancient Egyptian 18th dynasty pharaoh. She reigned jointly (with Tutmose III also called Tutmosis III) supposedly from about BC 1479-1458 She was the da (MORE)
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Why is hatshepsut inportent?

Hatshepsut was a powerful female pharaoh who believed that her father was the sun god Ra and dressed in male clothing, attached a fake beard just to make her people believe sh (MORE)
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What influenced Hatshepsut?

Senenmut was, without doubt, the most important man in Hatshepsut'slife. Twenty-five statues of Senenmut have so far been discovered,more than almost any other non-royal indiv (MORE)
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Was Hatshepsut inteligent?

In terms oftrade, Hatshepsut was not blind to the need of bolstering Egypt'seconomy' and indeed, the Punt expedition is but the climax of herconsistent trading enterprises wit (MORE)
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Was hatshepsut intelligent?

In terms oftrade, Hatshepsut was not blind to the need of bolstering Egypt'seconomy' and indeed, the Punt expedition is but the climax of herconsistent trading enterprises wit (MORE)
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When was hatshepsut married?

she was married in a boat and on the nile river and she had 14 kids already and she had no mother or father and she was married to a FROG!!LOL
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Who was hatshepsuts children?

she only had 2 but one died at 2 months. other name was Nefure but she died from poisonous snake bit at age of 5-6.
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What or whom is Hatshepsut?

Hatshepsut was a female pharaoh in ancient Egypt. She took over after her husband died, even though his son should have ruled. She dressed like a man, and even wore a fake bea (MORE)
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Who is hatshepsut and what did she do?

Hatshepsut was the ninth pharoh of the eighteenth dynasty Egyptians. Most noted for reestablishing trade routes and bringing the myrrh tree to Egypt.
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Was hatshepsut a he or she?

Hatshepsut, the daughter of King Thutmose I and Queen Ahmose, wasmarried to her half-brother, Thutmose II. Hatshepsut's ambition,however, encountered that of the energetic Thu (MORE)