Hatshepsut's Major Accomplishments

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Senenmut was another architect from the eighteenth dynasty, who is worthy to be remembered for his fascinating building constructions. Senenmut held a long list of almost eighty titles, inscribed on his statues. The titles describe him as an architect, government official and the tutor of the king’s daughter. He was a commoner who would have elevated to his position through his great achievements. He was trusted by the king, to be the tutor of his daughter Neferure, and this can be seen depicted in seven of his status (Fig. 5). As an architect he may have been responsible for the building of the mortuary temple complex of Hatshepsut at Dir el-Bahri. Two tombs were allocated for Senenmut, even though he was not buried in noun of them. Tomb
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