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Hatchepsut: The Female Pharaoh [Paperback]

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Princess Hatchepsut was born into the early 18th Dynasty, at a time when the newly united Egypt was still reeling from the ignominy of seeing foreign kings seated on the divine throne of the pharaohs. Read the first page
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