Hatshepsut vs Ramses Ii
Ramsey: The great pharaoh 1279 – 1213
B. C Hatshepsut: The first women pharaoh 1479 – 1457. Intro If someone were to ask me to name a famous pharaoh of ancient Egypt, some of the names that would come to mind would be Hatshepsut & Ramses II. Why would these names cup up in my mind it’s because Hatshepsut was the first woman pharaoh. Next, Ramses II came up to my mind because he was buried with most of his items.
If you wonder what is RamsesII of Hatshepsut. I recommend you sit back and read on. I sure you will find your answer.
Hatshepsut was famous for many things. Do you know why she is famous well if you don’t know its okay? She was the first women pharaoh!!! Hatshepsut was willing to even wear man clothing and a false beard so the Egyptian people take her seriously. Also, Hatshepsut increased trade too. She dies in the year 1457, no one knows how she really dies but it was between murders or died of old age. The cause of us not knowing how she dies was because ThumoseIII trying to erase the name in history but it was a fail.
RamsesII was famous for many things. Do you know why he is famous well if you don’t know its okay? He was a Great War leader!!! Ramsey defeated 40,000 Hittites. Also, RamsesII signs the peace treaty with the Hittites until his death. Legend says that he had 100 children. He dies in the year 1213, he dies at the age of 86. Ramsey was a great leader.
Body#3 My Pharaoh
Who is the better pharaoh for me you may ask.
Well for me I think it will be Hatshepsut. Well, I chose Hatshepsut because she is a lady. Also, she increases & trades with order tribes. Lastly, she is willing to do many things for the people to take her seriously . concluding Hatshepsut is a better leader for me. Conclusion Today we learn about two pharaohs Hatshepsut & RamsesII. For example, Hatshepsut was the first women pharaoh. Another example has RamsesII defeated 40,000 Hittites. Also, RamsesII sign the peace treaty with the Hittites and lasted until his death. Today we learn many things and I have to say goodbye and thank you for reading.