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Hatshepsut
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WHO AM I?
Have you heard of a queen of ancient Egypt who goes by Pharaoh?
I ruled for 22 years and I even dressed in the traditional clothing of the male rulers.
I was born in the 15th century BC and I died in 1458 BC.
My father is Thutmose I. My mother is Aahmes. One of the things I am most proud of is that I left behind more monuments and works of art than any Egyptian Queen to come.
Below, I'm going to tell you about my greatest accomplishments and what I wore .


What were my Accomplishments?
I established trading routes.I left behind more monuments and work of art any Egyptian queen to come.
My other accomplishment was ability to rule Egypt during the 18th dynasty.


What do I look like ?
I had a overbite. My people looked upon me as the most beautiful than anything. I wore necklaces and
jewelry. I wear head dressing and I wore traditional clothing of the male rulers. I wore topped with an uraeus, a false beard and I wore
and shendyt kilt.

Fun Facts
  • I wore a false beard, even though I am a girl
  • I have the most monuments and art then any queen to come
  • I wear men clothes
  • I had a over bite
  • People thought I was the most beautiful than anything
  • I had a lot of gold

Links:
Hatsheptyou well learn all about Hatshepsut and how she lived and how her people treated her.
Life with a queen,this will tell you about Hatshepust and her family and when she died.


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"The Story of Hatshepsut." Portraits by Bulent Bediz. N.p., n.d. Web. 4 Feb. 2012. <www.bediz.com/hatshep/hatbeard.jpg>.
"The Story of Hatshepsut." Portraits by Bulent Bediz. Version 4098765432134567. sfgku, 3 Feb. 2012. Web. 2 Feb. 2012. <http://www.bediz.com/hatshep/story.html>.