ANE 15 Week 6 Notes
ANE 15 Week 6 Notes Ancient Near East 15
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AncientNearEast15 WinterQuarter INSTRUCTOR:KaraCooney Hatshepsut’s Kingship Hatshepsut’s main means of claiming the kingship justifiably cannot be denied ● crowned by year 7 ● presented as a man by year 7, but inscriptions still maintain she is female ● ideological justification ● justified as heir to her father Thutmose I, not as wife to Thutmose II ● justified with divine birth mythology at Deir el Bahari ● justified with story of her father naming her heir to his court ● oracles of the god Amen selects her as heir and king ● in temple art, she links herself to her father Thutmose I ● sexual power? links to goddesses Mut and Pakhet starts to embellish goddess of power and ferocity Pakhet: the one that scratches and claws portray Mut: great benevolence to her children but ferocious to the ones that threaten her loved ones Masculinizes her power Senenmut, overseer of Amen and tutor of princess Nefrure Karnak They kept saying they had an affair ● Comes from nothing, discovered by Hatshepsut as she found him useful ● can be able to dive into the elites and find out what Hatshepsut wants to know ● She puts him in charge of her daughter Nefurer (tutor) ● ends up being the money man that is in charge of her palace treasuries, then became in charge of the treasuries of entire institution ● linking herself with money (if she has control of the money, then some job creation, she’ll have better able to do it. Sacred Lake Red chapel Karnak obelisk dedication quartzite Hatshepsut and Thutmose III performing rituals Hatshepsut being crowned by Amen Re, listed as Maatkara: my beloved daughter 1 Hatshepsut and Thutmose III following Opet Procession 2
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