Egyption pharaoh's Ryane Burgett

The first pharaoh I will be talking about will be Hatshepsut. These pharaoh's had successes and failures not all the pharaoh's had a temples sites. All five of these pharaoh's were kings and queen. They were all kings and queens in Egypt.

Hatshepsut had ruled for over 20 years. Her successes were that she was trading. There are temple sites. Her temple site is found in Djeser-Djeseru. Her temple site is still standing. Archaeologists have found her tomb. It was found in the Valley of the Kings. They found an unidentified body in her tomb.

Thutmose III had ruled for over 54 years. His successes were that slavery expands, Tribute, more trading, and built palaces temples monuments. Thutmose III has temple sites dedicated to him. Thutmose III has temple sites throughout Egypt. His temple sites are still standing today. Archeologists have not found the pharaoh's tomb. It was in Valley of the Kings where they found the pharaoh's body.

Akhenaton had ruiled for 17 years. His successes while he was ruling that he changed religion. His failures while he was ruling was that he neglected duities as a pharaoh which means allowed outsiders (hitties) to attack/invaters. Akhenaton has temple sites it is in Egypt. There temple sites are still standing in Egypt. Archeologists have not found the pharaoh's tomb. But, the tomb is found in the Valley of the Kings.

Tutankhamen had ruled from 1332 bc - 1323 bc nine-ten years. His successes from when he was ruling was that he moved to the city capital and moved back to Memphis. Tutankhamen failures was that he changed everything that is dad changed. There are no temple sites for Tutankhamen. Archeologists have found Tutankhamen tomb it is found in the Valley of the Kings. They found Tutankhamen's body wrapped in linen in his tomb.

Ramses II had ruled from 1279 bc - 1213 bc 66 years. His successes were construction of temples, building regain land on Western Asia. His failures were pirates attacked his prey while he was sailing throught the seas. There are temple sites for Ramses II. His temple sites are in Abu Simbel. Archeologists didn't find Ramses II body. Ramses II body is in a tomb which is in the Valley of the Kings.

Spielvogel, Jackson J. Journey across Time: World History. New York, NY: Glencoe, McGraw-Hill, 2006. Print.

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