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Queen Hatshepsut. By Danielle Swierczyna. Hatshepsut. Egyptian queen Born: 1508 B.C. Died: 1458 B.C. Relatives. Mother : Aahmes Father : Tuthmose I (Half) Brothers : Wadjmose, Amenmose, Tuthmose II Sister : Neferubity. Childhood. Favorite child Traveled with father

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queen hatshepsut

Queen Hatshepsut

By Danielle Swierczyna

hatshepsut
Hatshepsut
  • Egyptian queen
  • Born: 1508 B.C.
  • Died: 1458 B.C.
relatives
Relatives
  • Mother : Aahmes
  • Father : Tuthmose I
  • (Half) Brothers : Wadjmose, Amenmose, Tuthmose II
  • Sister : Neferubity
childhood
Childhood
  • Favorite child
  • Traveled with father
  • Brave, allowed to participate in certain activities
  • Married brother
  • Had one daughter
friends
Friends
  • Many friends
  • Specific : Senement
enemies
Enemies
  • Only one enemy
  • Nephew
leader
Leader
  • Ruled from : 1479-1458
  • Took husband’s place
  • Good leader, well liked
conquering trading
Conquering/Trading
  • No wars
  • Ordered expeditions

to eastern countries

  • Place most traveled : Punt
better rules
Better Rules
  • Kept laws same and simple
  • Brought arts and architecture to country
  • Kept Egypt’s name
religion
Religion
  • Kept religion same
  • Believed in many gods
  • Ex : Amen – Ra
hobbies
Hobbies
  • Had no hobbies
  • Built structures instead
  • Most famous : Deir el - Bahri
hating pharaohs
Hating Pharaohs
  • Got along easily
  • Didn’t hate any pharaohs
comparing
Comparing
  • Compared to : Hilary Clinton
information
Information
  • Site 1 : date - 11/14/09
  • Website – http://bediz.com/hatshep/story.html
  • Words typed – the story of Hatshepsut
  • Organization – www.google.com
information1
Information
  • Site 2 : date – 11/14/09
  • Website – www.virtual-egyptian-museum.org
  • Words typed – Queen Hatshepsut’s reign
  • Organization – www.google.com
information2
Information
  • Site 3 : date – 11/14/09
  • Website - www.hyperhistory.net
  • Words typed – Queen Hatshepsut’s reign
  • Organization – www.google.com
information3
Information
  • Site 4 : date – 11/14/09
  • Website – http://images.google.com
  • Words typed – pictures of Queen Hatshepsut
  • Organization – www.google.com
information4
Information
  • Site 5 : date – 11/17/09
  • Website – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/hatshepsut
  • Words typed – Hatshepsut
  • Organization – www.wikipedia.org
information5
Information
  • Book 1 : title – Hatshepsut and Ancient Egypt
  • Author – Miriam Greenblatt
  • Place published – Tarrytown, New York
  • Date published – 2000
  • Publisher – Benchmark Books
information6
Information
  • Book 2 : title – Hatshepsut : His Majesty Herself
  • Author – Catherine M. Andronik
  • Place published – New York
  • Date published – 2001
  • Publisher – Simon and Schuster
comparing and contrasting
Comparing and Contrasting

Hatshepsut

Cleopatra VII

Macedonian

Dressed as woman

Had 2 wars as leader

Had 21 years of ruling

Married brother

Traded with eastern countries

  • Egyptian
  • Dressed as man including beard
  • Peaceful reign, no wars
  • Had 21 years of ruling
  • Married brother
  • Traded with eastern countries
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Had an adventurous childhood
  • When she suddenly took her husband’s place, she became a great leader
  • Received many things she wanted : art, architecture, myrrh trees, etc.
  • Had a lot in common with Hilary Clinton
  • The internet ex : www.google.comwww.wikipedia.com
  • Library : look up books in card catalog
  • Visit Egypt, (as class trip) lol :D
questions
Questions
  • From all the information I gave you, would you like to be Queen Hatshepsut, pharaoh of Egypt?
  • Why? Explain.