Rare Image of Female Pharoah Hatsheput Discovered – in Storage in Swansea!

Englands The Daily Mail reports that a rare image of Pharoah Hatshepsut has been found, languishing in storage in a museum in Swansea. Images of are rare because her successor, stepson Thuthmosis III had the depictions of her defaced. Read the entire story here:

“An Egyptian artwork that has been sitting in storage for more than four decades has been found to depict a forgotten female pharaoh who ruled 3,500 years ago.

“The rare sculpture, which was discovered onĀ International Women’s Day, depicts Hatshepsut, one of five women known the have ruled the ancient Egyptian empire.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5544911/Extremely-rare-artwork-female-pharaoh-Hatshepsut-found.html.

thanks to Soror Amy for the tip!

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