The entrance way to the mortuary temple of Queet Hatshpsut, she was the fifth pharoah of the 18th dynasty during the period known as the "new kingdom.
she established trading routes with lands around Egyprt at the time, remaining traces from an old tree she got trading with the land of Punt just south of the ancient Egyptian kingdom at the time can be seen just outside the gates of the temple where the whole story is told on its walls.
the land of Punt is what is known now as Somalia.
more information about hatshepsut can be found here
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