|Rule:||18th Dynasty: 1493-1479 BC|
|Predecessor:||Father Thutmose 1|
|Mother:||- He was the oldest son of Mutnefert, a minor royal queen of Tuthmose 1, who was herself the sister of Tuthmose I principal queen, Ahmose.|
|Nomen:||Birth name: Thutmose: Born of the god Thoth|
|Praenomen:||Throne name: Aakheperenra: Great is the form of Ra|
|Consorts:||- He married his fully royal half-sister Hatshepsut in order to secure his kingship
- Isis was a lesser wife, but gave him a male heir the famous Thutmose 3
|Reign:||- He successfully put down rebellions in Nubia and the Levant.
The Campaign of Thutmose 2 in Nubia was recorded in historical literature which survived time
- Tuthmose 2 was a physically week person,, and Hatshepsut his wife was the real power behind the throne during his rule
- Before his death Thutmose 2 appointed his young son Thutmose 3 as crown prince, to keep his wife, Hatshepsut from taking power. It didn't work, however, as Hatshepsut maintained control of the throne despite her husband wishes.
|Burial:||- No identified tomb or completed mortuary complex was found for Tuthmose 2, though his mummy was found in a royal cache located at Deir el Bahri.
The body of Thutmose 2 was mutilated by ancient tomb robbers.