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Thut·mo·se III

 (tho͞ot-mō′sə) Died 1452 bc.
King of Egypt (1504-1452) who conquered Syria and much of the Euphrates Valley and brought great wealth to Egypt.
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Thutmose III

(Biography) died c. 1450 bc, king of Egypt of the 18th dynasty, who completed the conquest of Syria and dominated the Middle East. He was also a patron of the arts and a famous athlete
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Thut•mo•se III

(θutˈmoʊ sə, -ˈmoʊs)

also Thut•mo•sis III

(-ˈmoʊ sɪs)
fl. c1475 B.C., Egyptian ruler.
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Bedier, "Ein Stiftungsdekret Thutmosis III aus Buto," in Aspekte spatagyptischer Kultur: Festschrift fur Erich Winter zum 65.
The scarabs indicate Egyptian origins with one inscription linked to Egypt's most powerful pharaoh Thutmosis III (1479--1425 BCE), the article said.
The mummy, dating back to the Middle Kingdom (21371781 BC), was discovered in the necropolis (cemetery) below the temple of Pharaoh Thutmosis III, Discovery News reported.
She overcomes one obstacle after another, catches the attention of the future Thutmosis III, and contends with the all seeing presence of fearsome Hatshepsut.
During the joint reign of Hatshepsut and Thutmosis III, they were still such rare and exotic creatures that Senenmut, Hatshepsut's friend and minister, had his pet horse buried, near his own tomb, a curiosity to accompany him in the afterlife.
Thutmosis III was ancs ient Egypt's greatest warrior king.
with the reign of Queen Hatshepsut, a rare female pharaoh, who ruled as regent until her nephew, Thutmosis III, took the throne.
An exact replica of the burial chamber of Thutmosis III is the centrepiece of the Immortal Pharaoh exhibition at EdinburghOs City Art Centre.
The greatest discovery we have made in his archives actually concern his notes and reports--one of which was probably intended for publication--together with texts for lectures, photographs, sketches, plans, drawings and watercolours that illustrate the tombs he found in the Valley, especially the most important of them, those belonging to Thutmosis III and to Amenhotep II.