Thutmose IV

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Thutmose IV

(thŭt`mōz, tŭt`–) or

Thothmes IV

(thŏth`mēz, tōt`mĕs), reigned c.1406–1398 B.C., king of ancient Egypt, of the XVIII dynasty, son and successor of Amenhotep IIAmenhotep II
or Amenophis II
, d. c.1420 B.C., king of ancient Egypt, of the XVIII dynasty; son and successor of Thutmose III. Amenhotep II succeeded (1448 B.C.) as coregent and later ruled alone for 26 years.
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. He invaded Asia and Nubia, and formed alliances with independent kings neighboring his Syrian tributaries. He married a princess of MitanniMitanni
, ancient kingdom established in the 2d millennium B.C. in NW Mesopotamia. It was founded by Aryans but was later made up predominantly of Hurrians. Washshukanni was its capital.
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, who was mother of his son and successor, Amenhotep IIIAmenhotep III
or Amenophis III
, d. c.1372 B.C., king of ancient Egypt, of the XVIII dynasty. He succeeded his father, Thutmose IV, c.1411 B.C. His reign marks the culmination and the start of the decline of the XVIII dynasty.
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Titles such as "Prince" and "Princess" distinguish the buried as members of the families of the two pharaohs Thutmosis IV and Amenhotep III who are also buried in the Valley of Kings.
Others are inscribed with cartouches of Thutmosis IV, Ramses IL or Eye.
asi ocurrio, por citar solo algunos, en el caso de Hatshepsut, engendrada por el propio dios Amon como lo reflejan las paredes de su Templo de Millones de Anos en Deir el Bahri, con Thutmosis III, que uso un recurso similar al de su predecesora al ser elegido por el propio dios durante una procesion, Thutmosis IV, que suena su entronizacion a la sombra de las piramides (18), Horemhab, Ramses I, Seti I, etc.
He entered the room, and on closer inspection discovered that the bodies were those of many of the most celebrated pharaohs of the New Kingdom, identified by dockets upon the bandages and/or upon the coffins: (17) Thutmosis IV, Amenhotep III, Merenptah, Sethi II, Siptah, Ramesses IV, V and VI, and an unknown woman, maybe Queen Tawosret.