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Zohal Zafari

on 25 December 2012

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Hatsheput was born in Thebes .She married at the age of 12 to Tut the 2nd. They had only one child, a girl, who was named Neferure. Tut died after his 15 year reign. Tut the 3rd was supposed to become Pharaoh, but he was still young and had not become of age. Hatshepsut: The Woman to
Become Pharaoh Khufu was the owner of the worlds biggest pyramid in ancient history called The Great Pyramid.He was also the 1st pharaoh of the fourth dynasty. Khufu's full name was Khnum Khufwy. Khufu was a greek name for Cheops Facts about Khufu Being queen was not enough for Hatshepsut, so she took over. People thought she should not be pharoah. She even wore a fake beard, and clothes that a Pharaoh would wear! She increased trade routes. Tut the 3rd was enjoying being in the army, but when Hatshepsut died he demolished all memories about her. Similarities of the
Pharaohs The similarities of Hatshesut and Khufu is that they were both pharaohs. They also made very famous temple like Khufu made the temple of Karnak to praise the sun god or Amen-Re. Hatshesut
Khufu By: Zohal Zafari
Katelyn Flory The differences between Hatshesut and Khufu The differences between the two is that they were in different dynasties. Khufu had his tomb to be a pyramid and Hatshepsut built her tomb in the Valley of the Kings where her tomb is the deepest tomb in the Valley of the Kings including the worlds deepest tomb. The struggle of having a pyramid for a tomb The problem of having a pyramid is that when the pharaoh is that the tomb is filled with treasures and the people who help build it would steal all of the treasures and that is what happened with Khufu' s tomb. Khufu's rule Khufu was the most famous pharaoh of the fourth dynasty. He must have been a great ruler because he got the people who couldn't live in the in city because of the Nile from flooding but, he didn't use slaves. What Khufu paid them all mostly thing they needed like clothes and food. It is probably why they called him the 7 wonders. fuyrfuyruiweyruwyruwy This is one of hatshepsuts
amazing obelisks Hatshepsut; con. Hatshepsuts daughter had a tutor for school. The tutor's name was Senenmut. He was not only Neferure's tutor but also the overseer of the of the Royal Bedroom and Bathroom. When Hatshepsuts husband died she started to fall in love with Senenmut. She liked him so much that she gave him her royal queen sarcophagus for when she was queen. Hatshepsut and Senenmut Hatshepsut's Death Hatshepsut died at the age of 50. She died at around January 16, 1458 BCE. Some archeologist say her death may have been from a skin disease. Her death was tragic to all Egyptians Khufu Quotes "I must admit it's my pride that made me distant. All because I hoped that you'd be different"
-Khufu "Star QuotesQuotes from the Stars!" Star Quotes. N.p., 2008-2012. Web. 17 Dec. 2012 Bibliography

O'neill, Patricia L. "The Hatshepsut Trilogy - Her Majesty the King - Senenmut." The Hatshepsut Trilogy - Her Majesty the King - Senenmut. N.p., 2008. Web. 18 Dec. 2012. "NNDB Search -." NNDB Search -. Soylent Communications, 2012. Web. 15 Dec. 2012. "Hatshepsut Biography." Bio.com. A&E Networks Television, 1996-2012. Web. 13/14/15/16 Dec. 2012. This is Neferure and Senenmut.

"Now my heart turns this way and that,
as I think what the people say. Those
who shall see my monuments in years
to come and who shall speak of what I
have done." - Hatshepsut Hatshepsut Quote Hatshepsuts Death Thanks For
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