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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

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(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)
n.
fl. c1475 B.C., Egyptian ruler.
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The Egyptian mission also discovered limestone remains of an offering table, four wooden sarcophagi partly damaged and decorated with hieroglyphic text, scenes of different ancient Egyptian gods and a sandstone dual statue of a gold trader in King Tuthmose III's temple named Mah.
The Egyptian mission also discovered limestone remains of an offering table, four wooden sarcophagi partly damaged and decorated with hieroglyphic text, scenes of different ancient Egyptian gods, and a sandstone duo statue of a gold trader in King Tuthmose III's temple named "Mah".