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Family Sheet
Name: Thutmose I Akheperkare Of Egypt Pharaoh Of Egypt Note Born: Married: Died: at Abt. 1481 BC Other Spouses: Mutnofret Of Egypt
Father: Unknown Mother: Senisonb Of Egypt
Name: ''amhose Of Egypt Note Born: Died: Father: Pharaoh Ahmose I Nebpehtyre Of Egypt Mother: Nefretiri
Name: Wadjmose Of Egypt Born: Died:
Name: Neferukeb Of Egypt Born: Died:
Name: Amenmose Of Egypt Born: Died:
Name: Hatshepsut Of Egypt Born: Died: at Abt. 1458 BC Husband: Thutmose Ii Of Egypt Pharaoh Of Egypt
1). Thutmose I, king of Egypt 1524 1518 BC of the ear l y 1 8 t h Dynasty, successor of his brother in law, Amenh o t e p I . A noted soldier and commander of the armed forc e s , Th utmo se I reconquered the Nubians of northern Afri c a a nd la ter a dvanced into Asia as far as the Euphrate s R iver . Th e remain der of his reign was devoted to vari ou s build ing p rojects . At Karnak he built two pylons g ate way buil dings and a h ypostyle hall and raised two o beli sks, on e of whi ch is stil l standing. Source Thutm ose I , Micro soft R E ncarta R 9 8 Encyclopedia. c 19 93 199 7 Microso ft Corpora tion. All ri ghts reserved. Th e third kin g of the 18 th Dynasty wa s a commoner b y birth . He had mar ried Ahmose , a sister of A menhotep I , and wa s named kin g when the kin g died childless . Ahmo se bore h im two son s who were passe d over for Thutmo s e II, who wa s born to M utnofret. Thutmos e built an ext ensio n to th e temple of Am on at Karnak. He a dded pylons , court s an d statues. He le d a campaign into Nu bia wher e he penetr a ted beyond the Th ird Cataract. He defe ate d the Nubian chi e f in a hand to h and combat and return e d to Thebes wit h th e body of the fa llen chief hangin g on t he prow of hi s ship . His greates t campaigns wer e in the De lta. Warrin g agains t the Hykso s he subdued t ribes and fina lly reach ed the Euph rates Riv er. To comme morate his victor y he bu ilt a hypostyl e hal l at Karnak , made entirely of ce dar w ood columns. Hi s rem ains wer e found in the cache, wit h o thers, at Deir e l Bah ri. Th utmose brought Egypt a sen s e of stability and hi s m ilit ary campaigns healed the wo und s of Thebians. Sourc e ww w.touregypt.comThutmose I, k ing o f Egypt 1524 151 8 B C of the early 18th Dynasty, s uccesso r of his brother i n l aw, Amenhotep I. A noted so ldier and commander of t h e arme d forces, Thutmose I recon quere d th e Nubians of nor thern Af rica and later advance d into Asia a s far a s the E uphratesRi ver. Th e remainde r of his reign w as d evoted t o various bui ldingprojects . At Karnak he bui l t two pylo n s gateway buil dings an d ahypostyle hal l an d raised tw o obelisks, one o f whic h is still sta nd ing. So urce Thu tmose I, Microsoft R Encarta R 98 E ncyclopedi a. c199 3 1997 Microsoft Cor p ora tion. All r ights reserve d. The third king o f th e 18th Dynas ty was a commone r by bi rth. He hadmarrie d Ahmos e, a sis ter o f Amenhotep I , an d was named king w hen the ki ngdi ed childless. Ahmose b or e him two sons wh o w ere pass e d over forThutmose II, w h o was born to Mutn ofret. Thut mos e built an extension to t h e temple of Amo n at Karnak . He ad ded pylons, courts a n d statues. He led a campaig n into Nub i a where he penetra te d beyond the Th ird Cata ract. Hedefeat ed the Nubian chie f i n a hand to h an d co mbat and returne d to Thebeswith th e bo dy of the f alle n chief hanging on th e prow of his s h ip. H isgreates t c ampaigns were in the Delt a. Warring agai nst th e Hyks o s hesubdued tribes an d finall y reached th e Euphrat e s Ri ver. To commemoratehis victory h e built a h ypostyl e h al l a t Karnak, made entirely of cedar wood colu mns . His r e mains were found in the cache, with oth er s , a t Deire l Bah ri. Thutmose brought Egypt a sense of s t abili ty an d his mi litarycampaigns hea led the wounds o f The bia ns . Source ww !DEATH edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged
2). Ahmose was the wife of the 18th Dynasty king Tuth m o s i s I who ruled from 1504   1492 BC. She was the daug h t e r o f   Ahmose I and was possibly a lower ranked wif e o f A me nhot ep I, who was Tuthmosis   predecessor.   Ahmo se w as t h e mothe r of four royal children and is depicte d o n the r el iefs a t Deir el Bahri as consort to the go d Amo n. Inscr ipt ions o n the walls of Hatshepsuts templ e desc ribe   Ahm os e as givi ng birth to Hatshepsut, who i s calle d the divi n e child of t he god.   Ahmose died a t a relativ ely young a g e and was buri ed at Thebes. Sour ce  www.tour  Ah mo se was the wif e of the 18th D ynasty king T uthmosis I wh o r uled from150 4   1492 BC. S he w as the da ughter of   Ahm os e I and was pos sibly alow er ranked wif e of Amenhotep I , wh o was Tuth mosis    pred ecessor.   Ahmo sewas the mothe r of fo ur royal childre n a nd is depicte d on the relie f s atDeir e l Bahri as conso r t to the go d Amon. Inscription s on the wa lls ofHatshep sut   s temp l e describe   Ahmose a s giving birt h to Hatsh epsut, w hoi s called the divine chi ld of the god .    Ahmo se die d a t a relatively youngage an d was buried a t Theb es. Sou rce  w

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