Tuthmosis I is shown declaring her to be Queen and exhorting her subjects: “You shall act in concert to serve her. The man who pays her homage shall live. The man who blasphemes against her shall die.”

The Reign of Queen Hatshepsut

By Jon Manchip White | Published in History Today Volume: 2 Issue: 12 1952 

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Tuthmosis I is shown declaring her to be Queen and exhorting her subjects: “You shall act in concert to serve her. The man who pays her homage shall live. The man who blasphemes against her shall die.”

The Reign of Queen Hatshepsut

By Jon Manchip White | Published in History Today Volume: 2 Issue: 12 1952 

(via cosmiccoalescence)

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June 19: Today I did my end of the school year, look at all I’ve learned, wow I love art trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. I spent a significant amount of time in the Ancient Egyptian galleries and American galleries. However, I did pass through the Plain or Fancy? exhibit and found a beautiful piece of Dutch glassware from the 17th century. In the next few weeks I will have to replace my Met visits with Louvre visits…oh the sacrifices…

(Rachel Garbade)

cantstopwontstopfstop:

June 19: Today I did my end of the school year, look at all I’ve learned, wow I love art trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. I spent a significant amount of time in the Ancient Egyptian galleries and American galleries. However, I did pass through the Plain or Fancy? exhibit and found a beautiful piece of Dutch glassware from the 17th century. In the next few weeks I will have to replace my Met visits with Louvre visits…oh the sacrifices…

(Rachel Garbade)