Senenmut

Senenmut (sometimes spelled Senmut or Senmout) was an 18th dynasty ancient Egyptian architect and government official. His name translates literally as `mother`s brother.` == Family == Senenmut was of low commoner birth, born to literate provincial parents, Ramose and Hatnofer (or `Hatnefret`) from Iuny (modern Armant). Senenmut is known to h...
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Senenmut

(from the article `art and architecture, Egyptian`) The placing of votive statues in temples led to a proliferation of private sculptures during the New Kingdom. The sculptures of Senenmut, steward of ... ...is the earliest large 18th-dynasty structure to survive and one of the most impressive. There in the bay of cliffs, next to the py...
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Senenmut

Architect to queen Hatshepsut, designed and built the Deir El Bahari mortuary temple.
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