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  • Thutmose 1 Rule:18th Dynasty: 1506-1493 BC
    Predecessor:Cousin Amenhotep
    Father:Possibly Ahmose?
    Nomen:Birth name: Thutmose: Born of the god Thoth
    Praenomen:Throne name: Aakheperkare: Great is the soul of Ra
    Consorts:Queen Ahmose
    Mutnefert, sister of Ahmose
    Capital City:Thebes
    Reign:- Thutmose 1 was the military commander for Amenhotep 1, who took the throne after the death of the childless Pharaoh.
    He ran several military campaigns in western Asia and Nubia.
    He managed to push the southern border of Egypt to the Third Cataract in Nubia defeating the Nubian chief and returned to Thebes with the body of the fallen enemy hanging on the prow of his ship
    In Syria he reached the Euphrates River
    - His architect, Ineni, was responsible for extending the temple of Amun at Karnak, adding 4th and 5th pylon and hypostyle hall between these pylons constructed, with columns made of cedar wood
    - He also elected an obelisk at Karnak - 19.5 meters tall, one of Egypt's largest standing obelisks
    - He was also the father of Hatshepsut from Queen Ahmose
    Burial:Valley of Kings - KV 38
    Reburied in Deir el Bahri Cache
    Successor:Son Thutmose 2 out of Queen Mutnefert
    Wikipedia:Thutmose 1