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Call Her Queen Hatshepsut By Dapharoah69
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Chess is a competitive game between two players. But what happens when a deranged woman tricks two lovers into playing the game of their lives? Hatshepsut is a confused woman. She treats people the... More > way she wants to be treated.The only things missing from her life is love. It's missing because she was born a man. Avarice James, Hatshepsut's mother, is an embattled plastic surgeon. Two people she loved the most has castled her before she moved a pawn...the king, Kayak Burke, her son's father and her biggest rival, the rook, Rosa James, her identical twin sister. Rosa has always turned Avarice's existence into a horrid checkmate. She dressed like her, spoke her dialogue, and tarnished Avarice's reputation to achieve the unconscionable. Desperate, Rosa moves a pawn, trapping Kayak in a lustful game of sex that leads her and Avarice into unwanted pregnancies.< Less
Hatshepsut's Mortuary Temple - Midwinter Solstice Alignment By David Furlong
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Summary, with photographic evidence, of the mid-winter sunrise alignment in Queen Hatshepsut's temple, Deir el Bahari, Egypt.
The Queen Who Was King By Evelyn Sova
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This is the life of Hatshepsut, the first female pharaoh (1500 years before Cleopatra), and by practically all accounts, one of the greatest female rulers in history. Frequently wearing male pharaoh... More > robes and a fake beard to better relate to her subjects, she led Egypt to a period of great prosperity, despite a difficult personal life, which included many enemies. Even after her death, they tried to erase her name from history. But they failed miserably.< Less
Egypt - Luxor By Hemmo Vattulainen
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Digital e Photo Book - Egypt - Luxor / Luxor City, The Karnak, The Nile, Valley of the Kings, Queen Hatshepsut's temple, Qurna.
All You Need to Know About ... Ancient Egypt By Joshua Sy-Olson
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Eleven interesting things to know about Egypt written by an elementary boy in his 6th grade. Titles include: The 4145 Mile Long Lotus Flower; Nile + Deserts = Permanent Settlement; Success in... More > Surplus; A&A: Art and Architecture; A Pyramid of Jobs; Old, Middle and New Years; The First She King; 100 Wives and Children; All Organs Removed, Except the Heart; The Three Quarter Ton Stone; and Paper for Dinner.< Less
Wonders of Ancient Egypt By Alan MNab
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Photos showing many of the historical wonders of Ancient Egypt including the pyramids and temples of Hatshepsut and Ramesses II. All photos were taken in July 2009 during a holiday.
Truth is the Soul of the Sun By Maria Isabel Pita
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Hatshepsut, the ancient Egyptian queen who was crowned king and for more than twenty years ruled on the Horus Throne of the Living as the Female Falcon, Maatkare. The name she chose for herself can... More > be read as Maat is the Ka of Re, which translated means The True and Beautiful Manifestation of the Sun’s Divine Life-force. A more poetic but still accurate rendition is Truth is the Soul of the Sun. Before becoming Pharaoh she served as God’s Wife of Amun, an important office that holds the key to her unprecedented power. Maatkare was not only a charismatic political leader, she was a mystic who inspired the wholehearted devotion of brilliant men. One of them was Senmut, a commoner she elevated to unparalleled heights of authority. But her most influential advocate was Hapuseneb, the High Priest of Amun. Hapuseneb served under three pharaohs and yet only Maatkare is represented in his tomb. Hatshepsut’s life is a passionate story of love—for her beliefs, her country and two of its most fascinating men.< Less
Truth is the Soul of the Sun By Maria Isabel Pita
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Hatshepsut, the ancient Egyptian queen who was crowned king and for more than twenty years ruled on the Horus Throne of the Living as the Female Falcon, Maatkare. The name she chose for herself can... More > be read as Maat is the Ka of Re, which translated means The True and Beautiful Manifestation of the Sun’s Divine Life-force. A more poetic but still accurate rendition is Truth is the Soul of the Sun. Before becoming Pharaoh she served as God’s Wife of Amun, an important office that holds the key to her unprecedented power. Maatkare was not only a charismatic political leader, she was a mystic who inspired the wholehearted devotion of brilliant men. One of them was Senmut, a commoner she elevated to unparalleled heights of authority. But her most influential advocate was Hapuseneb, the High Priest of Amun. Hapuseneb served under three pharaohs and yet only Maatkare is represented in his tomb. Hatshepsut’s life is a passionate story of love—for her beliefs, her country and two of its most fascinating men.< Less
Truth is the Soul of the Sun By Maria Isabel Pita
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Hatshepsut, the ancient Egyptian queen who was crowned king and for more than twenty years ruled on the Horus Throne of the Living as the Female Falcon, Maatkare. The name she chose for herself can... More > be read as Maat is the Ka of Re, which translated means The True and Beautiful Manifestation of the Sun’s Divine Life-force. A more poetic but still accurate rendition is Truth is the Soul of the Sun. Before becoming Pharaoh she served as God’s Wife of Amun, an important office that holds the key to her unprecedented power. Maatkare was not only a charismatic political leader, she was a mystic who inspired the wholehearted devotion of brilliant men. One of them was Senmut, a commoner she elevated to unparalleled heights of authority. But her most influential advocate was Hapuseneb, the High Priest of Amun. Hapuseneb served under three pharaohs and yet only Maatkare is represented in his tomb. Hatshepsut’s life is a passionate story of love—for her beliefs, her country and two of its most fascinating men.< Less
Truth is the Soul of the Sun By Maria Isabel Pita
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Hatshepsut, the ancient Egyptian queen who was crowned king and for more than twenty years ruled on the Horus Throne of the Living as the Female Falcon, Maatkare. The name she chose for herself can... More > be read as Maat is the Ka of Re, which translated means The True and Beautiful Manifestation of the Sun’s Divine Life-force. A more poetic but still accurate rendition is Truth is the Soul of the Sun. Before becoming Pharaoh she served as God’s Wife of Amun, an important office that holds the key to her unprecedented power. Maatkare was not only a charismatic political leader, she was a mystic who inspired the wholehearted devotion of brilliant men. One of them was Senmut, a commoner she elevated to unparalleled heights of authority. But her most influential advocate was Hapuseneb, the High Priest of Amun. Hapuseneb served under three pharaohs and yet only Maatkare is represented in his tomb. Hatshepsut’s life is a passionate story of love—for her beliefs, her country and two of its most fascinating men.< Less