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Aoi Horus no Hitomi: Dansou no Joou no Monogatari

Aoi Horus no Hitomi: Dansou no Joou no Monogatari

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Synonyms: The Blue Eye of Horus
Japanese: 碧いホルスの瞳 -男装の女王の物語-


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Dec 15, 2014 to ?
Authors: Inudou, Chie (Story & Art)
Serialization: Harta


Score: 7.671 (scored by 443 users)
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Ranked: #24612
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Popularity: #5147
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It's the beginning of a new era in the Egypt of pharaohs: the marriage of the young Hatchepsout and her half-brother Sethi make him the legitimate heir to the throne, under the name of Toutmosis III. Ambassadors of the gods on Earth, they shine to their people and seem at first glance like the perfect couple. However, under her mask of a perfect wife, Hatchepsout hides a deep rage... She doesn't want to just be queen, but to become the pharaoh, like her father!

As a child, she humiliated Sethi in sword combat, and nobody can beat her in shooting arrow. Why can't she achieve the greatest rank, just for being born a woman? Hatchepsout will start a war against the traditions of one of the most splendorous cultures in the world!

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Feb 12, 2018
MONOII (All reviews)
Aoi Horus no Hitomi is what could be called a hidden gem. I am lucky enough to live in a country where this manga is licensed, and it is with pleasure that I was able to hold it in my hands. Tribute to all the people who cry on untranslated scans, nonetheless.

The plot is drawn from a true story: the life of Hatshepsut, the queen-pharaoh who ruled Egypt for many years. The author shows how she defended herself against her opponents and against her status as a woman who prevented her from taking full advantage of power and being able to act in politics. Machinations read more


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