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    stepson, Thutmose III, becoming co-ruler of Egypt with him in 1473 B.C. She then sent Thutmose III to the military so she could be the sole ruler of Egypt. She then transitioned into being Pharaoh by using many different strategies. As Pharaoh, Hatshepsut extended Egyptian trade and built the Temple of Deir el-Bahri, located in western Thebes, where she would be buried. Depicted as a male in many images and sculptures, at her own orders, Hatshepsut remained unknown to scholars until the 19th century.…

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    Theirs a woman named Hatshepsut she’s not just an ordinary woman, but a Pharaoh of Egypt. She has ruled all of twenty-one years and the third women to become Pharaoh in thirty centuries. She took this reign of power because, her stepson Thutmose III had been so young at the time he had no experience. Although Hatshepsut is a woman ruler, she showed empowerment of women and that they can rule for twenty-one plus years without a husband. Hatshepsut is known for her famous temple, the Temple of…

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    and ruled sometime within the century for more than 20 years. She died in early 1458. Daughter of Thutmose I and Ahmose and the favorite among their 3 children, Queen Hatshepsut is credited with the creation of the enormous memorial temple at Deir el-Bahri, and today this temple is recognized as one of the most impressive architectures of ancient Egypt. The Pharaoh also implemented the trading expedition with a land called Punt, which brought back many of Egypt’s finer goods. Hatshepsut was…

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    neutral-seeming descriptions once she is discussed in relation to others, such as Thutmose III and her people. Compare this to Robins, who attempts to get behind Hatshepsut’s reasoning and the amount of planning she must have gone through to execute the usurpation and then last for so long as kind (Robins 1993:47). By doing so, Robins succeeds in humanizing a historical figure and contextualizing the political, social, and cultural factors present when Hatshepsut reigned. This allows for the…

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    as one of Egypt's most accomplished pharaohs. She ruled as Queen in conjunction with her husband, Pharaoh Thutmose II, but after his transition into the afterlife, she claimed the role of pharaoh and a stand-in as regent to her step-son, Thutmose III. She began having herself illustrated in the traditional king’s kilt and crown, along with a fake beard and male body. Under Hatshepsut’s reign, Egypt flourished. Unlike other rulers in her dynasty, she was more concerned in guaranteeing monetary…

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    Since the first revelation of a piece that was considered as an “artwork”, many styles have been developed throughout the centuries. Artworks have been engendered by different artists in sundry styles, time periods and places. When artists or theorists invents an incipient set of conceptions of an unknown style, it can now be utilized by anyone, sundry times. Once an artist engendered an artwork utilizing a concrete style, another artist can re-visit it as the reference to engender a different…

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    Hatshepsut With a ruling period of over 3000 years, Egypt has seen roughly 170 pharaohs, yet there are few outside of egyptologists that can name more than two or three off the top of their head. Not many remember these kings of the east, and it is even more difficult to when their mark on their own history was erased by their successors. Hatshepsut was one of the few, and by far one of the most successful female pharaohs in ancient Egypt. She was the first of them to seize total control of…

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    El Dorado differs from Europe in that they don’t have a religion, have no need for material wealth, and all work together cohesively, instead of warring over pieces of land. 10. What is the significance of the “six kings” (Chap. 26) The six kings were thrown in to the story for Voltair to make a point that power is not definite. All six of the kings were once in power, but in the end, Candide gives the most amount of charity (pg. 76) and the kings remain obscure beggars. 11. What does "We must…

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    A hero can be classified by many things. A hero can be superman, a police officer, and even your mom, but what makes a hero. Is it someone who can fly or shoot laser beams from their eyes or someone who saves a baby from a burning building. I’ll admit some of these characteristics are far-fetched since I don’t know anyone who can fly or randomly saves babies on a normal day. All heroes, including super ones all, have something in common, they're admired for their courage or an outstanding thing…

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    It 's not hard to understand the plot of this poem or the language, though it can be hard to stomach the truths that it waves in your face. The image of the ears can be disturbing, but we get the full force of the message. The Americans have entered the house of a colonel in El Salvador during the civil war in the late 1970s. The Colonel captures the brutality of the people in El Salvador at the hands of the high ranking military man and uncovers the hidden inhuman treatment of the people in…

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