The Lost Queen

Greenberg, Glenn
October 2007
Scholastic News -- Edition 3;10/29/2007, Vol. 64 Issue 7, p2
This article presents information on woman mummy found by scientists in Egypt in 1903, and which scientists later on identified as that of powerful ancient Egyptian queen Hatshepsut.


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