- 10 things you (probably) didn't know about Ancient Egypt
- In the English language, where 'king' is gender-specific, we might classify Sobeknefru, Hatshepsut and Tausret as queens regnant.
- The female 'kings' of ancient Egypt
- Despite evidence that some women held kingly powers during the third millennium BC, the first universally accepted female pharaoh is Sobeknefru. Daughter of Amenemhat III, who she succeeded in c1789 BC to rule for approximately four years, Sobeknefru ...
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