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Iconography of Hatshepsut and Thumose III in the Temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahari as a reflection of the relationship between co-rulers

Marta Sankiewicz

Abstract

Royal iconography in the temple of Hatshepsut AT Deir el-Bahri reflects unusual circumstances of simultaneous reign of two legitimate rulers: Hatshepsut and Thutmose III. The hypothesis was proposed that Hatshepsut by using various ways of the arrangement of representations showed Thutmose III in the secondary position. Pairs of evaluative features were established, mainly based on the hierarchy of the cardinal points, of which one was more important and expected for Hatshepsut, and the other secondary and had to refer to Thutmose III. Then analyzed all the images of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III of the walls of Deir el-Bahari. Particular emphasis was placed on the highlighted pairs of complementary representations of co-rulers. Summary showed that in fact most dominant features has been assigned to representations of Hatshepsut, while Thutmose III was characterized by elements of the secondary meaning.
Record ID
UAM0b34bddafac64b76854ed1c16263b0f1
Diploma type
Doctor of Philosophy
Author
Title in Polish
Ikonografia Hatszepsut i Totmesa III w świątyni Hatszepsut w Deir el-Bahari jako odbicie relacji między współwładcami
Title in English
Iconography of Hatshepsut and Thumose III in the Temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahari as a reflection of the relationship between co-rulers
Language
pol (pl) Polish
Certifying Unit
Faculty of History (FoH)
Discipline
archeology / (humanities) / (humanities)
Scientific discipline (2.0)
1.1 archaeology
Status
Finished
Defense Date
29-12-2014
Title date
29-12-2014
Supervisor
URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10593/12463 Opening in a new tab
Keywords in English
Hatshepsut, Thutmose III, New Kingdom, Deir el-Bahari, Royal iconography
Abstract in English
Royal iconography in the temple of Hatshepsut AT Deir el-Bahri reflects unusual circumstances of simultaneous reign of two legitimate rulers: Hatshepsut and Thutmose III. The hypothesis was proposed that Hatshepsut by using various ways of the arrangement of representations showed Thutmose III in the secondary position. Pairs of evaluative features were established, mainly based on the hierarchy of the cardinal points, of which one was more important and expected for Hatshepsut, and the other secondary and had to refer to Thutmose III. Then analyzed all the images of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III of the walls of Deir el-Bahari. Particular emphasis was placed on the highlighted pairs of complementary representations of co-rulers. Summary showed that in fact most dominant features has been assigned to representations of Hatshepsut, while Thutmose III was characterized by elements of the secondary meaning.

Uniform Resource Identifier
https://researchportal.amu.edu.pl/info/phd/UAM0b34bddafac64b76854ed1c16263b0f1/
URN
urn:amu-prod:UAM0b34bddafac64b76854ed1c16263b0f1

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