Denisse Lopez Hatshepsut: Spirit Double Of Ra

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Hatshepsut Denisse Lopez Hatshepsut’s name originally meant spirit double of Ra. She was the daughter of King Thutmose l. She married her half-brother King Thutmose the ll. She ruled with her husband for a few years and when her husband died, she became the first female pharaoh of Kemet. She mainly wore men’s clothes in order to prove herself leader. Unlike any other pharaoh, she avoided military conquests. Instead she focused all her attention on expanding Egypt’s economy. As well as restored many of Egypt’s great temples such as the temple of Karnak. She was one of the most successful pharaohs of Kemet. Many people were loyal to Hatshepsut, mainly because she cared more about trade than anything else. She traded with Africa,

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