The first female pharoh Hatshepsut.
Ka-maat-Ra` Hatshepsut was the only child of Queen Aahmose and the pharaoh of the time, Tuthmosis I. She was the only legitimate successor, but was unable to succeed him because she was a woman. In order to secure the 'royal blood line' she was married to her half brother Tuthmosis II, who was born to Tuthmosis I and an inferior wife. Tuthmosis II was a frail man and did not rule for very lengthy period of time. Hatshepsut bore him two daughters but no sons. Hatshepsut was and ambitious woman and when her husband died was faced with the same problem of succession her father ha…
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