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Hieroglyphics of Hatshepsut

By AndySerrano
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"Hieroglyphics of Hatshepsut"

[link] Hatshepsut (or Hatchepsut, meaning, Foremost of Noble Ladies,[4] was the fifth pharaoh of the eighteenth dynasty of Ancient Egypt. She is generally regarded by Egyptologists as one of the most successful pharaohs, reigning longer than any other woman of an indigenous Egyptian dynasty. Hatshepsut Hieroglyphics at Djeser-Djeseru in the main building of Hatshepsut's mortuary temple complex Deir el-Bahri Egypt.

Hatshepsut Series

[link] Djeser Djeseru of Hatshepsut

[link] Osirian Statue of Hatshepsut

[link] Hatshepsut Hieroglyphics

[link] More Hatshepsut Hieroglyphics

[link] Hieroglyphics of Hatshepsut

[link] Hieroglyphics Legend
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2447x1384px 1.11 MB
Shutter Speed
8/1000 second
Focal Length
26 mm
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Date Taken
Apr 17, 2008, 3:49:43 PM
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CorazondeDios's avatar
amazing to think how ancient the writing is.

I wonder what the face of the person who carved tht looked like.

I always wonder about the artists more than the kingos and pharaohs they portray
AndySerrano's avatar
I too would love to know more about those ancient artists. One village had an artist who chronicled all the gossip and history of the people in his village. He carved it in a cave wall. Thank you for the faves on Hatsheput
AmentesSuntAmentes's avatar
Oh, and I am still so jealous of your trip to Egypt. But thank you for taking so many photographs and sharing them here. :)
AndySerrano's avatar
I'm happy you like them so much!
AndySerrano's avatar
Yes, please go to the first page of my gallery and on the side panel you will see my entire Egypt directory. Thank you
oliecannoligriffard's avatar
wow :) you went there? awesome :)
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