Hatshepsut, Ramses II, And Thutmose III

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The three greatest pharaohs who ruled New Kingdom Ancient Egypt were Hatshepsut, Ramses II, and Thutmose III. They were each great in many ways and helped Egypt through construction projects, battle campaigns, trade routes, and many other ways.

Hatshepsut was not only the first woman pharaoh, but was also very powerful and influential. At the time of her reign, Egypt had the world's largest army. In addition to this, she set up many important trade routes to help Egypt grow. She was seen as divine by the people of Egypt, and this helped her greatly to gain their trust and support. In addition to this, she had many big construction projects.

Seen as one of the most powerful pharaohs ever, Ramses II had a 66 year reign in which he accomplished
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