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18th Dynasty Pharaohs

The Pharaohs - The People

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Pharaoh Ahmose I, creator of the 18th Dynasty
Pharaoh Amenhotep I, who opened the Artisans Village at Deir el Medina which was successfully inhabited for hundreds of years
Pharaoh Tuthmose I, military commander who increased Egypt’s lands to the north, allegedly further than any Pharaoh had previously done
Pharaoh Tuthmose II, married his
sister Queen Hatshepsut and seemed
to have been heavily
influenced by her

Pharaoh Hatshepsut, who not only used Building Works to promote herself and her Reign but also included her own form of propaganda in her monuments

Pharaoh Tuthmose III, stepson of Hatshepsut, should be remembered as a genius Military Commander
Pharaoh Amenhotep II, was raised
to be coregent with his father
before following in his illustrious
Pharaoh Tuthmose IV, is the infamous Crown Prince who cleared the sand from around the Great Sphinx in Giza after he fell asleep inside the front paws and the Sphinx gave him a Dream of becoming Pharaoh
Pharaoh Amenhotep III, married to Queen Tiye, and father of future Pharaoh Akhenaten, he created his own Palace complex which is still being excavated today
Pharaoh Akhenaten, the ruler who built a whole new Capital City and changed Egypt’s whole religion in what could be labelled an unusual experiment
Pharaoh Tutankhamun, the infamous boy king courtesy of Howard Carter’s discovery of his King’s Valley Tomb
Pharaoh Ay, the Vizier who married Tutankhamun’s widow in order to cement his own reign
Pharaoh Horemheb, the little-known General of Tutankhamun who became a Pharaoh in his own right

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