USU 1320: History and Civilization
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A Guide To Writing in History and Classics
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As a matter of course, Egyptian kings had many wives, though one of them was usually considered the king's "principal wife." Her children were first in line to the throne. Hatshepsut was the only surviving child of Tuthmosis I and his principal wife Ahmes.

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