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Hatshepsut Syllabus Notes

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hatshepsut notes: *covers half of the HSC syllabus for Hatshepsut. • Historical Context Geography, Topography and Resources of Egypt and its Neighbours Historical Overview of the early 18th Dynasty Overview of the Social, Political, Military and Economic Structures of the early New Kingdom Period

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Hatshepsut Syllabus Notes
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Thutmose I 2nd millennium BC Ancient Egyptian mummies Ancient Egypt Ahmose I Egyptian Museum Amun Eighteenth Dynasty of Egypt Hatshepsut Ahmose Amenmose Amenhotep I Nubia Amun Re
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Thutmose I 2nd millennium BC Ancient Egyptian mummies Ancient Egypt Ahmose I Egyptian Museum Amun Eighteenth Dynasty of Egypt Hatshepsut Ahmose Amenmose Amenhotep I Nubia Amun Re
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Impacted their lives in terms of transportation, communication, seasons and natural resources Historical Overview of the early 18th Dynasty • Hatshepsut’s predecessors of the 18th dynasty, the pharaohs Ahmose, Amenhotep I and Thutmose I transformed the Egyptian state • Ahmose challenged and expelled Asiatic invaders known as Hyksos who controlled northern and middle Egypt for over 100 years causing insecurity and humiliation amongst native Egyptians. Unified the ‘Two Lands’ and increased effectiveness of Egyptian army by adopting superior weapons of Hyksos, including chariots into warfare and recruiting sturdy mercenary troops from Nubia, ...
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