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The Step pyramid : Egyptian Prime Minister Mustafa Madbouly and other officials were on hand this week as the Djoser Pyramid was reopened following its restoration. The Saqqara necropolis, with its antiquities and tombs dating to the most ancient periods of Egyptian history, is an open-air museum. The necropolis also includes the Serpeum, where the...

BlogAmenhotep II

December 11, 2019by admin0

After the pharaoh warrior Thutmose III, we now follow the hierarchical succession to speak of his successor, his son Amenhotep II who, as we have seen, reigned, in co-operation with his father for two years and four months. On the death of his father he became the seventh pharaoh of the XVIII Egyptian dynasty. Amenhotep...

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November 21, 2019by admin0

Senemnut Senenmut a man of the street, (as they say), son of a certain Ramose and Hatnefer (also called sympathetically Titutiu), did not come from the entourage of the Egyptian nobility. Originally from Upper Egypt, near the first cataract of the Nile, he came to Ermonthis following his family where he settled. Still young he...

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BlogThutmose III

November 20, 2019by admin0

Thutmose III Hatshepsut is dead. But in the distance already, the echo of arms resounds. The hour of Thutmose III has arrived. After 22 years of co-operation with his stepmother, the warrior character that that boy had been able to restrain, accepting to play a secondary role for such a long time, now he can...

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Temple of Hatshepsut As we said in previous articles, the pharaoh woman Hatshepsut had several monuments erected, some of which were usurped by the pharaohs that followed. On others, the ax of the damnation of memory fell, fortunately, it was a light ax that did not completely erase the memory of the sovereign. Most of...

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BlogHatshepsut

November 10, 2019by admin0

Hatshepsut On the death of the great pharaoh Thutmose I, since his two sons were dead, the favorite daughter Hatshepsut was in a position to succeed the throne of her father. The heir designated, however, was Thutmose II, son of a minor bride, Mutnefret., Therefore of royal blood only by his father. Hatshepsut, as the...

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Tuthmosis II Aakheperenra, (Grande is the image of Ra), better known as Tuthmosis II, (Thot was born), son of Tuthmosis I and a secondary wife, Mutnefret, sits, on the death of his father and two older brothers Amenmose and Wadjmose, on the throne of the Two Lands. Not being the son of the Great Royal...

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