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  1. Aug 2018
    1. At least 15 egyptian pharaohs were known to be women. This article from 2014 suggests there were at least 7. It's crazy how in just 3 years they discovered that there were more than twice as many. This really speaks to the cover up by the scientific community to exclude women from history.

    2. Hatshepsut took over rule for her son because he was too young but continued on even after he was of age. She was known as a royal warrior and monumental builder.

    3. Arsenoe's rule was pretty much the start of capitalism.

      During her rule as pharaoh coins started being used in most transactions.

    4. Arsenoe's crown's various components pay homage to all the powerful women before her.

    5. I didn't realize all the pharaohs wore fake tie on beards!