Queen Hatshepsut is the female pharaoh in Egypt with the longest reign. She ruled for twenty years in the 15th B.C. from 1479-1458. She is considered to be one of the most successful pharaohs as well as the first great woman in history. Hatshepsut was of African decent. Under her rule, Egypt built, grew, and explored.
After her husband Thutmose II death, she claimed the role of pharaoh while acting as regent to her step son, Thutmose III. She reigned peaceably, building monuments and temples, resulting in the flourishing of Egypt. The stepson, Thutmose III, later erased her inscriptions and erase her memory. Being unlike any other rulers in her dystany, her interest was in the ensuring of economic prosperity, restoring and building monuments throughout Egypt and conquering new lands.
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