Female Black Pharaoh Of Egypt
First as regent, then pharaoh, a black woman of Egypt’s 18th dynasty, was ruler of Egypt from (1479 B.C. to 1458 B.C.) her reign is marked for long periods of peace, prosperity, building and restoring, temples to Egypt’s ancient gods, one of her most rememberable achievements was a trade mission she commissioned to the land of Punt, which many scholars say is probably in the area of the present day Somali after her death (1458 B.C,) many statues, reliefs, and murals with her likeness were destroyed, many say by the new pharaoh her nephew Thutmose lll, who’s power historians tell, was usurped by her.
Queen Hatshepsut Of Egypt will be making an appearance in the new Black Archaeologist animated episode ‘Way Black In Time #2’.
To find more information on the subject:
1. – Black History Studies, Educating The Community To Educate Themselves
2. – Queen Hatshepsut Of Egypt: The Queen That Would Become Pharaoh.