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"Hatshepsut was killed by her successor"

Initially, Queen Hatshepsut, was tutor of her minor grandson, and her stepson Thutmosis III. However, after a few years later, was only crowned queen. Thutmosis had himself a party to rule, but remained in the shadow of the woman pharaoh. Many historians have long been imagined as a young and energetic boy, to be complacent. In addition, with many representations of Hatshepsut being destroyed, it was concluded that Thutmosis killed his stepmother. Meanwhile it was agreed that, in fact, representations were destroyed many years after Hatshepsut's death. For a murder there is no reference point.
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