New Kingdom

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New Kingdom

Ancient Egypt during the XVIII-XX Dynasties, from c. 1580 to 1090 bc. The New Kingdom was noted for its territorial expansion and richness of art and architecture under rulers such as Amenhotep III and Ramesses II.

New Kingdom

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(Historical Terms) a period of Egyptian history, extending from the 18th to the 20th dynasty (?1570–?1080 bc)
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Well-illustrated with b&w photos of the various sculpture and tombs associated with Horemheb and his contemporaries, this is an accessible history to an influential figure in the Egyptian New Kingdom who has been outshone by the more famous rulers Akhenaten and Tutankhamun.
1) He considers the problem in some broad phases, Neolithic, with A-Group and the emerging Egyptian State, the phases after A-Group but before the Egyptian New Kingdom, Egyptian control during the New Kingdom, and the Kushite Empire of Napata and Meroe and its aftermath.
The focus of this volume is the social and political structure of the royal court in the Egyptian New Kingdom (ca.
At present I think that the tragic nature of the Egyptian New Kingdom encounter with Asia has been neither properly assessed nor emphasized.
Deir el Medina was the home of the royal tomb artisans throughout the Egyptian New Kingdom (ca.
During the period of the Egyptian New Kingdom, there was large scale interaction between the Egyptians of the Nile Valley and the Semites of the Levant and beyond.

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