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Essay | Ancient Egyptian Pharaohs: Hatshepsut

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Ancient Egyptian Pharaohs.
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Ancient Egyptian Pharaohs: Hatshepsut

Summary: Discusses if Hatshepsut was a successful Pharaoh. Compares her reign to that of other Egyptian Pharaohs.
Hatshepsut, in comparison to other Pharaohs, provided Egypt with nothing spectacular. While she does have a list of achievements, ranging from the restoration of temples to many successful trade expeditions, she did not perform anything that was not within the reach of most Pharaohs. However, she is remembered for her accomplishments not because of what they are, but due to her gender. Hatshepsut was a woman, and is therefore remembered as the woman that became a Pharaoh.

Hatshepsut's reign was no doubt beneficial to Egypt as a whole. Ascending to the throne after the death of her ailing husband Thutmose II, Hatshepsut proved to Egypt what it can become with a strong leader like those before her husband. It is generally accepted by Egyptologists that a successful Pharaoh should provide efficient administration, protection from foreign invaders, have an extensive building program and of course promote the...

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