- Father: His father was believed to be Amenhotep I (aka Amenophis)
- Mother: His mother was Semiseneb
- Chief Wife: His chief wife and consort was Queen Ahmose
- Children: Thutmose II, Hatshepsut, Amenmose, Wadjmose and Nefrubity
- Year of Death: 1492BC
- Location of the Burial Site: Valley of the Kings
- Tomb reference number: KV38
- Name of Egyptologist who discovered the burial site, or tomb, of Thutmose I: Victor Loret (1859 - 1946)
- Biography and accomplishments or why Thutmose I was famous: A warrior king who claimed victories against the Syrians and quelled a rebellion in Nubia. Following his victory over Nubia he had a canal built to provide easier travel upstream from Egypt to Nubia. The most important monuments he built, under the supervision of his architect Ineni, included temples, pylons, obelisks, shrines and statues which were located at the Temple complex of Karnak.
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