First Civilizations - Ancient Mesopotamia and Ancient Egypt (Second Edition) - Robert Chadwick

First Civilizations - Ancient Mesopotamia and Ancient Egypt (Second Edition) - Robert Chadwick

13 The Hyksos period and the New Kingdom

First Civilizations - Ancient Mesopotamia and Ancient Egypt (Second Edition) - Robert Chadwick

Robert Chadwick [+-]
Bishop's University
Robert Chadwick is the co-director of the Wadi ath-Thamad Project and currently teaches in the Religion Department at Bishops University, Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada.

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The chapter covers the end of the Middle Kingdom. the era known as the Hyksos Period when the North of Egypt was invaded by people called the Hyskos who were related to the Amonites, their eventual expulsion and the foundation of the New Kingdom. Topics covered include: - immigrants and invaders - rulers of foreign lands - the Hyksos capital - the expulsion of the Hyksos - the New Kingdom - Hatsheput, the first female king - divine conception and birth - queens before Hatsheput - Djeser-Djeseru: Hatsheput's mortuary temple - the reconstruction of the two lands - Thutmosis III: warrior king - the fruits of conquest

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Chadwick, Robert . 13 The Hyksos period and the New Kingdom. First Civilizations - Ancient Mesopotamia and Ancient Egypt (Second Edition). Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. p. 156-167 Jan 2005. ISBN 9781904768784. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=18671. Date accessed: 30 Nov 2020 doi: 10.1558/equinox.18671. Jan 2005

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