The Great Egyptians: The Queen who Would be King (1998)
A scheming stepmother or a strong and effective ruler? History's view of the pharaoh Hatshepsut changed over time. Source: http://media.smithsonianmag.com
Date Added: 11 years ago.
The topic of this episode is the queen of Egypt who became pharaoh. Hatshepsut ruled in her husband's stead for seven years after his death. When her son, Tuthmosis III, came of age, Hatshepsut refused to step aside. She continued her rule as one of the most powerful pharaohs of all time. Until modern discoveries were made, both her son and patriarchal society successfully conspired to hide her name and achievements from future generations. With dramatic re-enactments and art works, the story of Hatshepsut is told.
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