This video is called Hey, Hey, Hatshepsut!
Regarded as one of the most successful pharaohs, Maatkare Hatshepsut was ruling queen of Egypt and is believed to have ruled from 1479 to 1458 BC.
From Egyptology Blog:
Egyptologists think they have identified with certainty the mummy of Hatshepsut, the most famous queen to rule ancient Egypt, found in a humble tomb in the Valley of the Kings, an archaeologist said on Monday.
Egypt’s chief archaeologist, Zahi Hawass, will hold a news conference in Cairo on Wednesday. The Discovery Channel said he would announce what it called the most important find in the Valley of the Kings since the discovery of King Tutankhamun.
The archaeologist, who asked not to be named, said the candidate for identification as the mummy of Hatshepsut was one of two females found in 1903 in a small tomb believed to be that of Hatshepsut‘s wet-nurse, Sitre In.
On radio and TV: here.
Hawass on his research: here.
Hatshepsut and ebony: here.
Architect Senenmut: here. And here.
Deir el Medina: here.
Old Kingdom settlement found in Bahariya oasis: here.
Taxes in ancient Egypt: here.
Ancient Egypt in San Bernardino, USA, video here.
Tutankhamen’s Familial DNA Tells Tale of Boy Pharaoh’s Disease and Incest: here. And here. And here.
Egyptian queen identified based on tooth:
Researchers believe they have found the mummy
of Hatshepsut, ancient Egypt’s most famous queen.
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