Thutmosis III was the son of Thutmosis II & his wife Isis, BC. His father died when he was a child; for this reason, Hatshepsut, the half sister & Great Wife of Thutmosis II (both step-mother and aunt to Thutmosis III), became first regent
Ancient Egyptian Tomb Art detail, Nebamun hunting in the marshes, showing Nebamun
Isis goddess in Luxor temple - Isis is one of the earliest and most important goddesses in ancient Egypt. She was regarded as the feminine counterpart to Osiris, a role she probably occupied before the dawn of dynastic Egypt.
Wall Mural of a female in the Tumba of the scribe Menna: Sheikh Abd el-Qurna. Under the rule of Tutmosis IV.
Ramesses II with Hathor and Amun
’Isis in Horus Shrine at Abydos’, relief detail on the west wall of the Horus Shrine in the Seti I Temple at Abydos
Wall painting in the Tomb of Menna. The Theban Tomb is located in Sheikh Abd el-Qurna, part of the Theban Necropolis, on the west bank of the Nile, opposite Luxor. Menna lived during the reign of Thutmose IV.
*EGYPT ~ Colossal Meritamen statue, Akhmim, Egypt (Many pieces of Rameses were found in Akhmim.This is probably his beloved daughter Meritamen.
Sakkara, Memphis, Tomb of Kagmeni, Dyn 6
Ancient Egyptian Wall Painting of Women at Their Toilettes
Sphinx head of Amenhotep II, New Dynasty c.
Land of Egypt with the goddess Nut BC)
Egypt - The mother and wife of Userhat - Tomb of Userhat Amod
Mummy from Inamonnefnebu RMO AMM also listed as Leiden AMM Hieroglyphs on the beaded linen net shroud read: ‘An offering which the King gives to Osiris, Lord of Aby[dos], may he grant a good burial.