He established an empire that lasted 4 centuries

Thutmose III: the master of battles who led 17 battles

History said about him that he was the best ruler of Egypt, which he was one amongst the foremost powerful emperors in history, as he established the primary Egypt, which lasted for over four decades, specifically from the year 1479 BC, until the year 1070 BC, throughout his life he led 17 military campaigns for the continent of Asia, and invaded Syria, Palestine, and burgled Mesopotamia, as Egypt's borders extended deep into Asia and Africa to ascertain a good empire at that point.


Thutmose III, which implies "born to Jahouti", the god of data and knowledge, is that the sixth pharaoh of the 18th family, who ruled Egypt within the modern state, and also the son of Thutmose II from his wife Issa, and he's a half-brother of Queen Hatshepsut, who became his guardian upon his ascension to the throne as a boy Subsequently, she even usurped the throne from him before he ascended it alone after her death, to rule Egypt for a full 54 years.

Throughout the years of his rule, Thutmose III left many monuments that commemorate his victories and battles, in the majority parts of Egypt, from Sinai to the Fourth Cataract, he built temples and shrines in Karnak, additionally to the sixth and seventh gates within the ceremonial hall, and also the Deir el-Bahari temple next to the Temple of Hatshepsut, and Mount The chain and therefore the elephants, and also the temple of the god Ptah within the town of Memphis, and it contains three rooms, the primary for Ptah, the second for a decent goddess, and therefore the third for the goddess Sekhmet, the wife of Ptah, and he has built no but seven obelisks, most of which adorn variety of world capitals, in ny, London, Rome and Istanbul.

Thutmose III died in 1425 BC, and he was over 82 years old, and before he died, he dispensed the foremost systematic destruction of the statues of his stepmother and his partner to the throne Queen Hatshepsut, additionally to destroying her pictures, inscriptions and blogs, but he only erased the statues and pictures that she showed within the image of the ruler of Egypt, And he left the one within which Hatshepsut appears because the royal daughter, or the royal wife, and a few attribute this destruction to the actual fact that the method of getting a ruler over Egypt as a girl may be a flawed matter, which the existence of Hatshepsut as a pharaoh or ruler of Egypt could become a dangerous example for other women of the royalty.

As for the attached statue, it's a statue of the torso with a head and impregnated limestone, discovered by Swiss people Egyptologist Edward Naville, within the early twentieth century, during excavations he allotted within the Mentuhotep II mortuary temple in Deir al-Bahri, specifically inside the Temple of Armant, west of Luxor, which concerns The god Montu, the god of war for the traditional Egyptians, dates back to the temple of the 2 kings, Thutmose III and Hatshepsut, and today it decorates the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.

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