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Queen Hatshepsut Hatshepsut was the first female ruler who ever ruled in all the history of the world She was the most remarkable women that influenced history as a whole as well as Egypt itself She was the first female pharaoh who ever ruled Egypt Hatshepsut came to be by her parents TuthmoseI and Aahmes She had two brothers who died prematurely and she was the favorite child Unfortunately her two brothers both died Since she was the only child left she would become heir to the throne when her father dies Hatshepsuts family tree made it easier to understand and it is a bit complex It starts with Hatshepsuts parents parents Senseneb was married to AmenhotepI and had Tuthmose I but Amenhotep I also had a child with Aahotpou II and they had Aahmes who Tuthmose I married Tuthmose I and Aahmes had three children They had two sons named Ouazmosou and Amenmosou who both died prematurely Their third child was none other than Hatshepsut Her father Tuthmose I had a son with a commoner named Moutnofrit their son was named Tuthmose II Hatshepsut and her half-brother Tuthmose II were married There is more to thisfamily tree that I will discuss later When Hatshepsuts father died they became the new rulers of Egypt Tuthmose I died in1512 and it became Tuthmose II and Hatshepsuts turn to rule Tuthmose II was the one who was to gain the throne but it was said that for the few years of his reign Hatshepsut was doing most of the decision making Hatshepsut had a child but it was very likely that it was her lovers Senmut But also Tuthmose II had a son with a commoner whose name was Isis Their son was named Tuthmose III Tuthmose II was pharaoh for only three or four years Archeologists found some markings on the surface of his mummy that indicate that he had died of
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