thothmes has the appearance of a soft and yielding boy: he has a languishing eye, a short upper lip, a sensuous mouth and chin.
Look at the mummy of thothmes at Boulak, and think what Cleopatra must look like now.
The greatness of thothmes I. has scarcely been sufficiently recognized by historians.
"That is the case," said thothmes, more immovably than ever.
Like thothmes the Great, his first concern was with regard to his arms.
He reigned as thothmes-nefer-shau, and is known to moderns as thothmes the Second.
Not only in his monuments but also in his deeds he carries off equal honors with thothmes the Great.
It echoed to the tread of the armies of thothmes and Rameses marching forth on their invasions of western Asia.
A second temple, with sandstone pillars and mud brick walls, is inscribed in many places with the name of thothmes IV.
In spite of the joy of the army thothmes was angry with his troops for having failed to capture the city.