King Thutmose III built many monuments and decorated them with pillars.
Depends on what you mean by "Queen of England".
Assuming we are working from 1066, the fifth queen consort was Eleanor of Aquitaine (b.1122, d.1204) who was the wife of Henry II (Curtmantle) and mother of Richard I (Lionheart) and King John (Lackland).
The fifth queen regnant is a tricky one! Do you count the two uncrowned queens (Empress Matilda, daughter of Henry I and Lady Jane Grey, great grand-daughter of Henry VII)? If you do, then Mary II (r.1688-1694), daughter of James II, would be the fifth queen regnant. If you do not include Matilda and Jane, then the answer would be Queen Victoria (r.1837-1901).
In London's Westminster Abbey. In 1953. Westminster Abbey
Monarchy comes in two varieties, absolute monarchy and constitutional monarchy. That is to say, the monarch can be a dictator, or can preside over a more democratic state. In the absolute version, monarchy would be an example of autocracy. In the constitutional monarchy the ruler's powers are very limited because of the Constitution and laws of the nation.
The exact date of Mentuhoteop II's birth is unknown. His reign is thought to have lasted from around 2061 until 2010 BC. He died in 1995 BC.