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Family Sheet
HUSBAND
Name: Thutmose Iii Of Egypt Pharaoh Of Egypt Note Born: at Abt. 1487 BC Married: at Marriage Possible Died: at 17 Mar 1424 BC Other Spouses: Meryetre Hatshepsut Of Egypt
Menhet Of Syria
Merti Of Syria
Menwi Of Syria
Ahset Of Egypt
Father: Thutmose Ii Of Egypt Pharaoh Of Egypt Mother: Nn (concubine)
WIFE
Name: Neferu-re Of Egypt Note Born: Died: Father: Thutmose Ii Of Egypt Pharaoh Of Egypt Mother: Hatshepsut Of Egypt
CHILDREN

NOTES
1). Thutmose III, king of Egypt 1504 1450 BC , sometime s c a l l ed the Napoleon of ancient Egypt. He was the so n of T hu tm os e II and a concubine, and son in law of Que en Hats hep su t th rough his marriage to her daughter, hi s half si ster , b y Thu tmose II. Succeeding his father i n 1504 BC , Thutm os e III wa s overshadowed by Hatshepsut , who becam e the su pre me ruler , giving the young king o nly a nomina l role. A fte r Hatsheps ut died in 1483 BC, h er monument s were defac ed , and an appa rent attempt to e rase her mem ory was carri e d out. The now a dult Thutmos e III became s upreme ruler a n d embarked on conq uests un rivaled in Egyp tian history. H i s armies invaded Syr ia a nd vanquished th e Syrian force s o n the Plain of Jezree l . The Syrians too k refuge in th e cit y of Megiddo but w ere d efeated in 147 9 BC. Thutmos e III la ter engaged i n war again st the stat e of Mitanni , which a t that tim e largely control led nort hern Mesopota mia and ha d fomen ted revolt in a numbe r o f Syrian and Pho enician cit ie s dominated by Egypt. He o v erran its territo ry and capt u red several Mitannian citi es , thus extendin g his powe r ove r northern Palestine an d Phoe nicia. He mar ked th e limit o f the Egyptian Empir e in that r egion by er ecti ng a stela a t the Euphrates Ri ver. During hi s reign T hu tmose III condu cted 17 successf ul campaigns int o Asi a , lavishing the boot y and tribut e that he won on th e E gyp tian temples. He mad e importan t additions to the gre a t te mple at Karnak and ha d his an nals inscribed on it s wall s . Other notable buildin gs tha t he had constructe d wer e a t Heliopolis, Memphis, Ab ydos , and Aswan. The m ummy o f Thut mose III was excavate d a t Dayr al Bari. Sou rce T hutmos e III, MicrosoftR Enca rta R 98 Encyclo pedia. c 1993 1 997 Microsoft Co rporatio n. All right s reserved.Th utmose III , king of Egy pt 1504 1 450 BC , sometimes calle d the Napole onof ancie nt Egypt . H e wa s the son of Thutmo se II and a co ncubine , andson i n la w of Queen Hatshepsu t through his m ar riag e to her dau g hter, hishalf sister , by Thutmose II. Succ e eding his fat h er in 1504 BC, Th ut moseIII was overshadow e d by Hatshe psut , who became the su preme ruler, givingth e yo ung ki n g onl y a nominal role. A fter Hatshepsut die d in 14 8 3 BC, hermon uments were deface d, and an ap paren t atte mpt t o erase he r memory wascarrie d out. The now ad ult T hutmose I II becam e suprem e ruler a nd embarkedon co nque sts unrivale d in Egy ptian history. Hi s armies invade d S yria andv anquis hed th e Syrian forces o n the Plain o f J ezreel. The Syrian s tookr efuge in the cit y of Me gid d o but were defeated in 1 479 BC . Thutmose II I later eng ag ed in war against the stat e of M itanni, whic h attha t tim e largely con trolled norther n Mes opotamia an d ha d fomen ted revoltin a number of Syria n an d Phoenicia n c iti es d ominated by Egypt. Heoverran it s ter ritory a n d capture d several Mitannian cities, thusex t endi ng hi s p ower ove r northern Palestine and Phoenicia. H e mar ke d the limit o f the Egyptian Em pire in that region b y er e ctin g a stel a at theEuphrates River. During his rei g n Thut mos e III c onducted 17 successful campaigns intoA sia , lavis hi ng th e boot y and tribute that he won on th e Egypt iantem p les . He made important additions to the g reat te mp l e a t Ka rnak andhad his annals inscribed on i ts walls. Ot he r n ot able buildings that hehad c onstruct ed were at Hel iopo l i s, Memphis, Abydos, and Aswan. Th e mummyof Thutmos e II I w a s excav ated at Dayr al Bari . SourceThutmose I II, Mic r osoft R Encarta R 98 En cyclopedia. c 1993 19 9 7 Microso f t Corpo ration. All ri ghts reserved. !BIRTH edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged !DEATH edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged !BURIAL edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged
2). Neferu Re was the half sister of Tuthmosis III and pos s i b l y his wife. She was the daughter of Tuthmosis II a n d Ha ts he psut. She played an important role during th e re ign o f h e r mother. It was long believed that she di ed be fore s he c ou ld become the ranking consort, but i t was sh own o n a tab le t that was found in the Sinai, sh owing he r to b e the  Ki ng   s Daughter, King  s Wife.  O n her statu es, sh e is show n in t he arms of Senenmut. Th is shows tha t Senen mut and   A hmose P en Nekheb were he r tutors, whic h was a n honorary ti tle. Sen enmut was he r steward and he r  Grea t Father Nurse .  Neferu Re apparently assisted her mother in the count r y    s a ffairs when her mother assumed the throne on he r ow n . D urin g Hatshepsut  s reign, Tuthmosis was apparen tly d em ote d t o a lesser role, but Neferu Re stayed at t he pal ace . Ha tshe psut depended on her daughter a grea t deal ov er t he ye ars . It was during the eleventh yea r of Hatshep sut   s reig n tha t Neferu Re died. After he r death, the mo ther   s powe r waned . At about the same ti me that Neferu R e died , Senen mut died . Without the supp ort of these two , Hatshe psut wa s not stro ng enough to s top Tuthmosis an d his alli es. Sour ce  www.tou regypt.net Neferu Re was th e half siste r of Tuth mosis III an d poss ibly his wife. Sh ewas the daug hter o f T uthmosis II a n d Hatshepsut. She p layed an impor tantrole du ring the rei g n of her mother . I t was long bel ieved that s he diedbe for e she could be come the ranking co nsort, but i t was s how n o n a tablett hat was found in th e Sinai, showi ng h er to be th e  King   s Daughter,Kings Wi fe.   On her st a tues, she is sh own i n the arms of Senenmu t. Thisshows th a t Senenmut and   A hm ose P en Nekheb were h er tutors, wh ic h was anhonorary ti t le. Senenmut was her s teward an d her   Grea t Father Nur se .  Neferu Re apparently assisted her mother in the count r y    s a ffairs whenher mother assumed th e throne on he r ow n . D urin g Hatshepsut  s reign,Tuthmosis was apparent ly de mo te d t o a lesser r ole, but Neferu Re stayedat th e pala ce . Ha tshe psut depended on her daughter a great d eal o v e r theye ars . It was during the eleventh year o f Hatshe ps ut  s reig n tha tNeferu Re died. After h er dea th, the m oth er  s powe r waned . At about thesame time tha t Neferu R e di ed, Senenm ut die d . Without the support o fthese two , Hats hepsut wa s not str ong enough to stop Tu thmosis an d his al lies. Sour ce  www.to uregypt.net





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