Thutmose I is the third pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty. M. Rule of Egypt from 1504 BC. Until 1492 BC. His father was succeeded by King Amenhotep I.
He begot two pharaohs: Thutmose II and Hatshepsut. The problem of inheriting a throne appeared, and his policy was known as the policy of armed peace.
He is considered the first great pharaoh in the modern state of warriors, and he took power after marrying his sister Ahmose to gain legitimacy and gave birth to Queen Hatshepsut.
He was crowned king of the country immediately after the death of Amenhotep I.
He bears the title of "The Mighty Bull," and this title applies to him and his brave deeds. He was tall and broad-shouldered.
And all the Sudanese countries, up to the confluence of the Blue Nile and the White Nile, belonged to the pharaoh, and the Egyptian gods worshiped in plants as they worshiped in Thebes.
The tomb of King Tuthmosis the First is considered the first tomb dug in the Valley of the Kings. Its walls were decorated and engraved with bright colors and a new funerary text is the Book of Materials. The mummy of Tuthmosis the First was found in the cache of Deir al-Bahari.
The tomb was 210.32 m long.
The tomb was later used to bury Queen Hatshepsut, who expanded the cemetery to be next to her father.
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