A major temple in her honor was built at Deir el-Bahri (Dayru l-Bahri) near Thebes.
We know Hatshepsut mostly through references to her during her lifetime that were meant to reinforce her power.
The relationship between Hatshepsut and Senenmut is debated; he was given unusual honors for a palace official.
He died before the end of her reign and was not buried in the tombs (2) which had been built for him, leading to speculation on his role and his fate.
PROPERTY FROM THE TOLEDO MUSEUM OF ART, SOLD TO BENEFIT THE ACQUISITIONS FUNDAN EGYPTIAN BROWN QUARTZITE VOTIVE OFFERING FOR HATSHEPSUTNEW KINGDOM, 18TH DYNASTY, REIGN OF HATSHEPSUT, 1473-1458 B. (12.7 cm.) high PROVENANCEwith André Bircher (1838-1926), Cairo.
It is equally possible that she was a sister of King Tuthmosis I. She is known to have had at least two daughters: Hatshepsut and a princess mentioned in the Temple of Deir en Bahari, by the name of Neferubity. She was the daughter of Hatshepsut and Tuthmosis II. Neferure may have been a queen during the early reign of her (step-) brother Tuthmosis III.
Some believe she was a sister of King Amenhotep, and served as a royal connection to the old ruling family.
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