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File:Dual stela of Hatsheput and Thutmose III (Vatican).jpg


English: This is an important stela which dates to the period between the coregency of Hatshepsut and her stepson / possible son-in law (and successor) Thutmose III from the early 18th dynasty of Egypt. It depicts Hatshepsut (the female king on the centre left) and Thutmose III (behind her) who ruled together during the early New Kingdom.
Date 21 September 2007
Author Sebastian Bergmann


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