The History of Egypt (Part 2): Hatshepsut's Funerary Temple

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Amanda Iliadis
by DrDavidNeiman
published on 21 April 2017

Hatshepsut starts a program of aggressive trade with the outside world. She commissions her architect, Senenmut, to build an impressive funerary temple on the side of a mountain. After her death, her heir, Thutmose III tries to erase her image from public buildings, but abandons that effort in favor of pursuing his military program.

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