University of Chicago: Hatshepsut - Wicked Stepmother or Joan of Arc?
Michigan State University: Hatshepsut - A Woman of Egypt
Thought.co: Hatshepsut - She Became a Female Pharaoh of Egyptr
Constitutional Rights Foundation: Hatshepsut - How a Woman Took the Throne
University of Pennsylvania: Queen Hatasu and Her Expedition to the Land of Punt
National Geographic: The King Herself
Queen Hatasu, and Her Expedition to the Land of Punt
Collection of Egyptian Texts from St Andrew's University
Ancient Egypt - Ancient History Sourcebook
Egyptian Index - Bluffton University
List of Ancient Egyptian Artefacts
Digital Karnak - UCLA
Vatican Museum - Gregorian Egyptian Museum
*credit to History Skills website for collating these primary sources
You might like to find sources on the following aspects of Hatshepsut's reign:
Representations of her gender
Her building program
Her military initiatives
Her foreign policy and trade initiatives
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Hatshepsut launched an extensive building program, repairing the damage wrought by the invading Hyksos and building magnificent temples. She renovated her father's hall in the Temple of Karnak, erecting four great obelisks nearly 100 feet (30m) tall, and added a chapel.