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Hatshepsut, from queen to Pharaoh

Author: Catharine H RoehrigRenée DreyfusCathleen A KellerM.H. de Young Memorial Museum.Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)All authors
Publisher: New York : The Metropolitan Museum of Art ; New Haven : Yale University Press, ©2005.
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The female pharaoh Hatshepsut reigned for nearly twenty years during Egypt's early New Kingdom in the fifteenth century B.C. First acting as regent for her young nephew/stepson Thutmose III, she in time assumed the title of king and exercised the full powers of the throne as senior co-ruler. In accordance with Egyptian tradition, Hatshepsut was often depicted as a male king. After her death, however, monuments  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Nonfiction
Exhibition catalogs
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Hatshepsut, from queen to Pharaoh.
New York : The Metropolitan Museum of Art ; New Haven : Yale University Press, c2005
(OCoLC)869215345
Named Person: Hatshepsut, Queen of Egypt; Hatshepsut, Queen of Egypt; Hatshepsout, reine d'Égypte; Hatshepsout, reine d'Égypte; Hatshepsut, Queen of Egypt.
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Catharine H Roehrig; Renée Dreyfus; Cathleen A Keller; M.H. de Young Memorial Museum.; Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.); Kimbell Art Museum.
ISBN: 1588391728 9781588391728 1588391736 9781588391735 0300111398 9780300111392
OCLC Number: 61123054
Notes: Catalogue to an exhibition at the MH de Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco, from October 15, 2005, to February 5, 2006; at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, from March 28 to July 9, 2006; and at the Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, August 24 to December 31, 2006.
Description: xv, 339 p. : ill. (some col.), map ; 30 cm.
Contents: Models of authority: Hatshepsut's predecessors in power --
The burial of a royal woman and child of the late seventeenth dynasty --
Art in transition: the rise of the eighteenth dynasty and the emergence of the Thutmoside style in sculpture and relief --
Painting in the early eighteenth dynasty --
Egypt and Nubia: conflict with the kingdom of Kush --
Egypt and the near east: evidence of contact in the material record --
Glass --
The tomb of Maiherperi in the Valley of the Kings --
Egypt and the Aegean: cultural convergence in a Thutmoside palace at Avaris --
The role of Amun --
Hatshepsut: princess to queen to co-ruler --
The tomb of Ramose and Hatnefer --
The joint reign of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III --
The royal court --
The career of Senenmut --
Senenmut, royal tutor to princess Neferure --
The statuary of Senenmut --
The tombs of Senenmut --
The temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahri --
Foundation deposits for the temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahri --
Hatshepsut's mortuary temple at Deir el-Bahri: architecture as political statement --
The statuary of Hatshepsut --
The shrines to Hathor at Deir el-Bahri --
The temple of Mut: new evidence on Hatshepsut's building activity --
The two tombs of Hatshepsut --
Jewelry in the early eighteenth dynasty --
Cosmetic equipment --
Pottery and stone vessels in the reign of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III --
Figure vases --
Animal vases --
Metalwork --
Furniture and carpentry --
After Hatshepsut: the military campaigns of Thutmose III --
The proscription of Hatshepsut --
The destruction of the statues of Hatshepsut from Deir el-Bahri --
Erasing a reign --
The temple of Thutmose III at Deir el-Bahri --
A chronology: the later history and excavations of the temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahri --
Hatshepsut's reputation in history.
Responsibility: edited by Catharine H. Roehrig with Renée Dreyfus and Cathleen A. Keller.
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The first in-depth treatment of the subject, Daughter of Re is an important investigation into the impact of Hatshepsut's reign on the history, culture and artistic output of Egypt.  Read more...

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