The pharaoh served as a role model to his people and it is possible that Tuthmose III feared that other women might look to Hatshepsut for inspiration and try to follow her example, thereby departing from a tradition which maintained that men should rule Egypt and women should be only consorts, as it was in the beginning of time when the god Osiris ruled with his consort Isis.
Egyptians also returned with a number of other gifts from Punt, among which was frankincense. She also had a desire for perfume. Let us know!
In Junethere was a discovery made in the Valley of the Kings. This allows our team to focus on improving the library and adding new essays. An examination of that mummy shows that she died in her fifties from an abscess following a tooth extraction.
Nefernferuaten and Twosret may have been the only women to succeed her among the indigenous rulers.