In 1874 events in Egypt led to the discovery (of the century?) of a cache of Royal Mummies at the site of Deir el Bahri. This site, which actually consists of 3 separate mortuary temples, hugged by a horse-shoe shaped cliff of Limestone (i believe, due to its location right next to the Valley of Kings, which is Limestone throughout).
The cache itself? Well it included Thutmose I, II and III. The father, husband and step- son of Hatshepsut.
For further reading, please visit:
Tour Egypt: www.touregypt.net/featurestories/cache.htm
Hatshepsut was elsewhere.................but that's for another time...