Ancient History, Thutmose Iii Ans Ahmose I

The pharaohs of Ancient Egypt had important roles to play in, they held society together through hard times and also help establish the society and build new monuments and buildings. The two pharaohs I am going to be addressing today are, Thutmose III and Ahmose I.
Ahmose I also known as Amosis was a pharaoh of ancient Egypt and the founder of the Eighteenth dynasty. He was part of and belonged to the Theban royal house, as he was the son of Pharaoh Tao II Seqenenre and brother to the pharaoh King Kamose. When Ahmose I was seven years of age his father was killed and was only ten when his brother had died, at this point he had taken over the throne and became known as Neb-Pehty-Re. Ahmose I followed the tradition of his father and married a couple of his sisters, making Ahmose-Nefertari his chief wife. They had several children which included, Sitamun A and Ahmose-Ankh.
Ahmose I’s reign lasted from about 1550-1525BC, giving and equalling a total of 25 years and 4 months, this is supported by a “Year 22” inscription from his reign at the stone quarries of Tura.
Ahmose I during his reign;
He had finished the conquest and expulsion of the Hyksos from the delta region.
Restored and returned Theban rule over the whole of Egypt and reasserted Egyptian power in its past subject territories of Nubia and Canaan.
He then reorganised the administration of the country, reopened quarries, mines and trade routes and began also big construction programs, of a style which had not been before attempted in Middle Kingdom.
Ahmoses I’s reign had given a base to the New Kingdom, which Egyptian power reached its peak.
The Ahmose took up the throne when he was still a young child, so his mother, Ahhotep, was assigned the role as regent until he was of age. Some of the descriptions of her regal roles while in power, included the general honoured "carer for Egypt", she effectively kept the Theban power base in the years prior to Ahmose assuming...