Queen Hatshepsut Maat Ka Ra (--1 482 BC. M.) Months, a queen in the history and the fifth pharaoh Eighteenth Dynasty, and ruled of 1503 BC. M. Until 1482 BC. M. Excellence and restored by force, construction and flights carried out. The eldest daughter of the Pharaoh of Egypt, King Thutmose I, her mother, Queen Ahmose and her father was the King had fathered illegitimate son was Thutmose II has been accepted to marry him the habit of royal families to participate together in power after his death, and that a solution to the problem of the existence and the legitimate heir to him.
This queen left the puzzles are many secrets and may be more of those puzzles raise the character "die" that the engineer who built a temple in the famous Deir el-Bahari, which gave him 80 for the title and was responsible for the care of her only daughter has reached from his love for Mlicth to dig a tunnel between the cemetery and the tomb. If the historians came hints to indicate the presence of love may die, and collected Monday Queen Hatshepsut and the valet, they also took part in the "legendary life" and ended each end of the mysterious remains a mystery until now.
Hatshepsut and faced many problems at the beginning due to its verdict of behind the scenes without a formal, some people say that they had killed her husband and her brother, King Tuthmosis II to seize power but there is no sufficient evidence. On the other hand experience problems with the people where he was seen by most people as a woman can not rule the country, where the king was according to custom, a representative of the god Horus, the ruling on the ground. So it was always wearing clothes festooned with men, and she is the daughter of Amon rumored to convince people that they can rule. At the same time was the heir legitimate Thutmose III was still a boy and could not care of the interests of the country. Hatshepsut also worked on the rule of the country to grow up, grow up and took into account that Tuthmosis III, military education so that he can take the reins of power later. Hatshepsut active trade with neighbors Egypt, where the trade was in poor condition, especially in the reign of King Tuthmosis II, and ordered the construction of several facilities, the Temple of Karnak, also established her temple in Deir el-Bahari in Luxor, and its administration was characterized by peace and prosperity
Mission Atlantic: Queen Hatshepsut sent a large fleet to the Atlantic Ocean and the trade flourished with the Atlantic Ocean to the importation of certain types of rare fish.
Mission Puntland: Posted Queen Hatshepsut's trade mission on board the large ships based navigation in the Red Sea loaded with gifts and Egyptian commodities such as papyrus and linen to the land of Punt (Somalia now), received the King of Pont mission well-received, and returned laden with large quantities of predators, wood and incense , ebony, ivory, leather and precious stones. And portrayed Queen Hatshepsut news that mission on the walls of the Temple of Deir el-Bahri on the west bank of the Nile Andaloqsr. Still color graphics that adorn this temple Brongaha Zahara and retain their beauty and to a large extent
Not only that, has issued orders the establishment of Hatshepsut's obelisk obelisk is the largest in human history is composed of a single piece of stone weighs over 1000 tons to put the Temple of Karnak, the engineers left the ancient Egyptians, after they discovered a crack which prevents its use. And is currently visiting tourists from all over the world to see the miracle of the obelisk incomplete processing in the quarry of Aswan. And ask themselves: how the ancient Egyptians wanted to move this giant obelisk to the Temple of Karnak? And describes a German Egyptologists stone cutting methods that the ancient Egyptians were dealing with the stone as if it were Zbda, and actually can be seen in the quarry of Aswan.
Military campaign and the one recorded for the reign of Hatshepsut, Tuthmosis III and the seizure of Gaza and that was near the end of its rule. And some manuscripts, such as a manuscript found in a cemetery Snnmot (Senenmut (TT71 disclose disciplinary campaigns in Nubia and some other countries which were under Egyptian authority.