Hatshepsut is the first and most powerful female pharaoh in Ancient Egyptian History. Hatshepsut, who ruled the country for 21 years, created large-scale works in art and especially in architecture. When Hatshepsut came to power as a woman, her stepson III, born of a concubine. Thutmose was supposed to take the throne. However, III. Thutmose was just a baby.
Hatshepsut, who arranged her relations with the priests in a good way, had an unlimited voice in the state administration. Hatshepsut, who was blessed with the names "Hand of God", participated in the ceremonies with her beard and men's clothes. As a sphincter, as the male rulers before him did, he made himself known in the inscriptions with the name of the King.
During the rule of Pharaoh Hatshepsut, there was a period of peace and prosperity in Egypt. New markets were found for Egyptian commercial products, and the army was not sent on expeditions. He had expeditions made in the city of Punt, where no Egyptians had set foot until then. Soldiers on the expedition returned to Egypt with animals and jewels. This time, it was also depicted in Hapşeptup's tomb, which means 'Holy of the Holy'.
The achievements of the 21 years of Hatshepsut's reign in his tomb, called the Holy of Holies, are documented with frescoes. When Thutmose III was old enough to take the throne, it was time for the first Female Pharaoh to step down from the stage. After Hatshepsut died, all the details of her temple, which caused an avalanche in architecture, were deleted. His name, like his architectural monuments, was destroyed from the list of kings.
Even the fact that Hatshepsut pursued a peaceful policy during her reign as the first female pharaoh, raised Thutmose III as her son instead of eliminating him, and preparing him for life for the dynasty, even though she posed a danger to herself, could not change the fate of Hatshepsut on the way to power.
The fate cut for him remained an effort to erase his name from history.
Perhaps, on the contrary, he created his own destiny by creating himself. She managed to emerge from the dusty pages of history as the first female pharaoh.