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  • 05 16, 2023

From the news of Ra, Thutmose III (-1425 BC) is the sixth pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty, and the greatest ruler of Egypt throughout history, Thutmose III is the pharaoh who established an empire that stretched from central Syria to northern Sudan. Thutmose succeeded in organizing an imperial administration that lasted for three centuries, which made Egypt the first power in Asia and the Middle East.

Deir al-Bahari is the home of the Temple of Tuthmosis III, and the temple is located in the middle of the valley inside Deir al-Bahari on a rocky platform.

King Thutmose III | Tuthmosis the Third

King Thutmose III | Tuthmosis the Third


The temple was built in the last decade of the reign of Thutmose III. We can guess that it was around 1435-1425 BC. Most likely, the temple witnessed the destruction due to the earthquake.

This happened at the beginning of the twenty-first dynasty. Many discoveries eventually occurred. One of them was wall fragments covered with relief motifs. Moreover, the building is modeled after the adjacent stepped temples. It resembles their colonnaded arcades that encircle the ramps leading to higher levels.

Djoser-Akhet ("Holy horizon") is an. other names for this structure. Later, archaeologists discovered the remains of the Temple of Thutmose III in the years 1962-1967. Professor Kazimierz Michalovsky started these excavations.

He was the director of the Polish Center for Mediterranean Archeology at Warsaw University in Cairo. Work resumed in 1978 to rebuild the temple's decorations.

The third temple of Tuthmosis has not yet been discovered, the rest of the temple is still under research and the other part is under restoration, It is said that it will open in 2026 and that it is the greatest civilized project of all time.

Excavations at the temple continue to provide interesting materials. Archaeologists gain useful insights into the important period of ancient Egyptian civilization.

You can visit the amazing monuments of Egypt and the beauty of Egypt through Egypt group tour packages.

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There are also many amazing classic areas in Egypt، Which you can enjoy of them through Egypt classic tours,   You can also make a camp in the most beautiful deserts of Egypt.    You can enjoy the beauty of Cairo and the amazing monuments inside it by making a trip from Cairo day tours.

You can enjoy the breathtaking scenery and enjoy the beauty and civilization of the ancient Egyptians and watch the beauty of the temples and pharaonic statues through a trip from Luxor day tours.

And I can't miss mentioning the great young king Tutankhamun and his great tomb, King Tut ruled Egypt for only one decade, from 1332 to 1322 BC, and he died at the age of nineteen. The magnificent golden contents of the tomb captured the public imagination and made the king's mummy the most famous and studied subject in Egypt.

About King Thutmus III:
King Thutmus III is one of Pharaoh's 10 most famous kings for his achievements through his reign of military campaigns and for protecting borders and foreign trade during his reign from the ancient throne of Egypt.

Date of birth: 1482 BC

Date of death: 1425 BC

Age: 82 years.

Term: 1479-1425 BC

Duration: 54 years.

Pharaonic family: Eighteenth family

There is a cool place in Luxor called The Colossi Of Memnon. It's a special place where you can learn about how people lived a very long time ago in Egypt. You can even imagine yourself being there and see all the awesome things they had in the past.

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Although the design of the temple is influenced in part by that of his stepmother Hatshepsut, it is said that it was constructed to overshadow hers as he attempted to erase her name from history. The square Amun-dedicated temple has an expansive hypostyle hall with eighty-eight columns.

Thutmose III was an ancient Egyptian pharaoh who reigned during the New Kingdom period, specifically from 1479 BCE to 1425 BCE. He is considered one of Egypt's most successful pharaohs and is known for his military campaigns and expansion of the Egyptian empire.

The Temple of Thutmose III refers to the ancient Egyptian temple dedicated to Pharaoh Thutmose III, who reigned during the 18th Dynasty of the New Kingdom period. However, it's important to note that there is no widely recognized or well-documented temple specifically attributed to Thutmose III.


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