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"Hatshepsut was not the only pharaoh woman"

There were several queens in Egypt. For example, at the end of the sixth dynasty ruled Nitokris and at the end of the twelfth dynasty ruled Nefru-Sobeck. Even one of Echatos daughters must have held briefly the regency. But Hatshepsut, who ruled between (1490 - 1468 BC), was one that who left to the posterity monuments containing all marks of the pharaohs, even the imperial goatee shaped bent mask.
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