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Hyksos - Who were the Hyksos - About Archaeology
The Hyksos were the ruling dynasty of Egypt between the 13th and 18th dynasties of the Second Intermediate Period.
Pomegranates - Domestication of Pomegranates - About Archaeology
The earliest occurrence and representation outside of their native range are in a Hyksos tomb in Tell el Dab'a Egypt (~1780-1550 BC). A Hyksos tomb dated to ...
Ancient Civilizations - The Kingdom of Kush - About Archaeology
In 1600 BC they allied with the Hyksos and conquered Egypt beginning the 2nd Intermediate Period. The Egyptians took back Egypt and much of Nubia 50 ...
Hyksos - Rulers of Egypt - Ancient / Classical History - About.com
The Hyksos ruled Egypt during the second intermediate period.
Crete: the Egyptian island of the dead? - Philip Coppens.com
An area on the western edge of the site, known as Ezbet Helmi, revealed a large palace-like structure dating to the Hyksos period (18th century BC). The ancient ...
2nd Intermediate - Ancient / Classical History - About.com
The Second Intermediate Egypt was a period in which the Hyksos dominated Egypt.
Lebanon in Ancient Times - Ancient / Classical History - About.com
Before the end of the seventeenth century B.C., Lebanese - Egyptian relations were interrupted when the Hyksos, a nomadic Semitic people, conquered Egypt.
Changes and important figures from Roman, Ptolemaic, Predynastic ...
2nd Intermediate Egypt was a period in which the Hyksos dominated Egypt. Share ... Egypt was the period of Egyptian history before the invasion of the Hyksos.
Egypt - New Kingdom 3d Intermediate Period
Around the year 1600 B.C., a semi-autonomous Theban dynasty under the suzerainty of the Hyksos became determined to drive the Shepherd Kings out of the ...
Woman Power - Women of the Eighteenth Dynasty in Ancient Egypt ...
The founder of the dynasty, Ahmose I, is credited with re-unifying Egypt after the time of the Hyksos, or foreign, rulers. He recognized publicly his mother's central  ...
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