Which Pharaoh made the biggest conquests?

Thutmose III became such a pharaoh. He ruled in the 15th century BC, dates are known approximately, from 1475 to 1425. The reason for the active foreign policy during that period was the expulsion of the Hyksos from Egypt. Before their attack, the Egyptians did not pursue such an active foreign policy. Thutmose III in the north was able to advance to the Euphrates River, where the border with the kingdoms of the Hittites and Mitanni passed.

In the south, the border of Egypt reached the central part of modern Sudan and Eritrea (then called Punt, on the southern shores of the Red Sea), and in the west – the outskirts of modern Libya (near Benghazi).

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