Thutmose III -Lindsey and Meghan

Who am I?
Have you ever been the most powerful person in your town? I have. I was the sixth ruler of the 18th Dynasty. People say I am considered one of Egypt's most powerful warriors. My mother, Hatshepsut, became a regent when I was eight because I was too young to rule. When I was old enough, she didn't let me rule. When I finally gained power, I became one of the most powerful pharaoh's in Egypt's history. Below you will learn about the accomplishments and life of me, Thutmose III.

What were my accomplishments?I was a pharaoh at age eight. I was the most powerful pharaoh ever known. One of the greatest accomplishments of the pharaoh was the defeat of a large group on Canaanites at the Battle of Megiddo. I am considered the napoleon of Egypt. I made seventeen military campaigns, and used warfare as a way of turning Egypt into a superpower and a military force to be reckoned with.
I quelled the rebellion again ended the siege of Megiddo after almost eight months.I was compared with Napoleon but unlike Napoleon he never lost a battle. I conducted sixteen campaigns in Palestine, Syria and Nubia and my treatment of the conquered was always human.

What was my family like?I was the son of Thutmose II by a secondary wife, Iset. My fathers great royal wife was Queen Hatshepsut. My half-sister was named Neferure. When my father died, I was too young to rule so as you know, my step-mother, Hatshepsut, became my regent. I had little power over the empire while Hatshepsut exercised the formal titulary of kingship. When I reached a suitable age and demonstrated the capability, she appointed me to head her armies.



  • Thutmose III was sometimes called Egypt's greatest conqueror or " The Napoleon of Egypt".
  • He is especially known for his royal scribe and army commander.
  • Thutmose III mummy was discovered in the Deir el-Bahri Cache above the Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut in 1881.
  • Thutmose III captured 350 cities while was was ruling.
  • After Thutmose I, Thutmose III was the first to cross the Euphrates.
  • Thutmose III is always getting called Egypt's warrior pharaohs.
  • After Thutmose III took the throne from Hatshepsut, he tried to get people to forget her from history.
  • He set up several obelisks.

My obelisks

One, which is mistakenly called Cleopatra's Needle can be seen on the Embankment in
London. Another one is in Central Park in New York, one in Rome and another in Istanbul.


Ancient Egyptians:The Battle of Megiddo - In this video you will see The Battle of Megiddo. ( The rise of Thutmose III)
Great Egyptian Pharaohs- In this video it shows all the Great Egyptian Pharaohs but you mostly want to look at Thutmose III. It talks about little small things about Thutmose III but good facts.

Then and Now

Thutmose III was always treated like a god because he was a pharaoh. However now we have no pharaohs just the president. Thutmose III was always a powerful warrior but now we have know powerful warriors, just the millitary. We don't think he is because pharaohs were always treated like gods and whatever they decided became a law, now for something to become a law they have to go through stuff! From then and now, things a VERY different.

Works Cited
The Ancient World. Needham, Massachusetts: Prentice Hall, 2003. Print.

"Thutmose III." Ancient Egypt - Gods, Pyramids, Mummies, Pharaohs, Queens, Hieroglyphics, History, Life in Ancient Egypt, Maps. N.p., n.d. Web. 24 Jan. 2012. <>.

"Thutmose III." King Tut. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Jan. 2012. <>.

"Thutmose III." King Tut. N.p., n.d. Web. 1 Feb. 2012. <>.

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