Deir El Bahary Temple ( Hatshibsut temple )

One thousand two hundred years after Imhotep another architect, Senmut, won himself a place in Egyptian history by designing another architectural master piece Queen Hatshepsut who was more of a patron of the arts than a military commander, ordered a funerary monument to be built for her father Tutmose I and herself, 

choosing for the site a valley which had already been consec­rated to the goddess Hathor but had then been abandoned. The great insight of her architect-minister was the way in which he exploited the rocks spread out in a fan shape behind the

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