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Ramses was born in the north-eastern delta of the Nile, the...
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Ramses II (reigned 1279-1213 bc), Egyptian pharaoh, third ruler of the 19th Dynasty, the son of Seti I. Building on the earlier successes of his...
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 1290s BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Centuries: 14th century BC - 13th century BC - 12th century BC
December 15 1290 BC - Seti I, Pharaoh of Egypt dies.
December 15 1290 BC - Ramses II becomes Pharaoh of Egypt.
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--- 170 BC - 163 BC and --- 145 BC - 116 BC Ptolemy VIII Euergetes II (Physcon) was the younger brother of Ptolemy VI Philometor and the uncle of Ptolemy VII Neos Philopator.
--- 80 BC - 58 BC and --- 55 BC - 51 BC Ptolemy XII Neos Dionysos was the illegitimate son of Lathyros (Ptolemy IX Soter II).
Cleopatra was born in 69 BC in Alexandria, Egypt.
www.traviscase.org /Sermons/Miscellaneous/HumanHistory.html   (6981 words)

  
 Egyptian timeline
2613-2589 BC Sneferu (or Snofru), son of Huni, builds a step pyramid at Meidum, followed by the Bent Pyramid and the Red Pyramid, both at Dahshur.
1352 - 1336 BC Amenhotep IV changes his name to Akhenaten and overturns polytheistic worship in favor of monotheistic worship of the Aten or Sun Disk.
In 323 AD Christianity becomes the empire's official religion, and in 394 AD the last hieroglyphs are carved at the temple of Philae, bringing ancient Egyptian culture to an end as a living force.
www.richard-seaman.com /Travel/Egypt/Timeline   (552 words)

  
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Temple Complex at Luxor, 1360-330 BC *Plan of the temple Complex at Luxor, 1360-330 BC *The temple of Amun-Re, Karnak, Thebes, 1930 — 150 BC Plan of the temple of Amun-Re, Karnak, Thebes, 1930 — 150 BC *Colossal granite head of Amenhotep III from the temple of Mut, Karnak, c.
1350 BC *The lioness-headed goddess Sakhmet from the temple of the goddess Mut at Karnak, Thebes, c.
1460 BC Scenes from the Imi-duat in the burial chamber of Amenhotep II, Valley of the Kings, Thebes, c.
www.unc.edu /~egatti/Art36/slide_lists/Egyptian/new_egypt_early.doc   (343 words)

  
 Archaeology Wordsmith
In 109 BC, Dian surrendered to Han armies; a generation later the kingdom was destroyed after a revolt.
The Old Kingdom included the 3rd-6th Dynasties, c 2700-2200 BC; the Middle Kingdom was the 11th-13th Dynasties, 2100-1650 BC; and the New Kingdom consisted of the 18th-20th Dynasties, 1580-1075 BC.
Temples and tombs were stone with relief decoration on their walls and were filled with stone and wooden statuary, inscribed and decorated stelae (freestanding small stone monuments), and, in their inner areas, composite works of art in precious materials.
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 the time of the kingdom of kadesh had come   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
In the reign of his successor Yamsi Adad Mari was destroyed by Hammurapi c 1757 BC 7.) With the conquest of Mari by Hamurapi the tribe of Abram of Haran, vassal of Mari made a covenent or treaty with the Hapiru tribes and their god Yahwah.
The two rivers glyph of Guda of Lagash c 2100 BC showing him holding a vase from which two rivers flow has a parallel in a clay statue found at Mari which was designed with plumbing to allow water to flow from a vase.
The reign of Sethos I is c (1306-1290) BC and though he does indeed carry the fight to Beth Shean, Hamath, Yenoam and Kadesh in the mountains he does not quite manage to erradicate Israel from Canaan.
users.primushost.com /~whittet/lab'ayu.htm   (1372 words)

  
 "The Validation of Reconstructed Ancient Chronologies"
In summary, on the basis of the revised Assyrian and Babylonian chronologies, the 1279 BC and 1290 BC accession dates for Ramesses II have to be rejected in favour of 1304 BC as the only date that fulfils all known historical criteria pertaining to this event.
Mursilis III must have been on the throne in Hatti from at least 1282 BC and when the attested 13 years of Ramesses II are added to this we have 1295 BC as the earliest possible date for Ramesses II to be on the throne.
From this it would appear that 1504 BC is the only candidate possible based on a 1304 BC accession for Ramesses II and the number of known regnal years that must be fitted between the reigns of both these kings.
www.geocities.com /trevoraug/Chapter6.htm   (4401 words)

  
 Racial Types of the Pharaohs
ddesses, from the tomb of Pharaoh Merneptah (1213-1204 BC).
The period 2270 - 2060 BC was marked by great instability in Egypt, where the political unity of the country fell to pieces for the lack of a strong leader.
Only in the year 2060 BC was Egypt again politically united and once again rose to its Old Kingdom splendor, although never again managing to build anything of the size of the Great Pyramids of Giza.
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The Middle Paleolithic Period: 100,000 - 30,000 BC.
The Upper Paleolithic Period: 30,000 - 10,000 BC.
The Second Intermediate Period (13th - 17th Dynasties) (1759 - 1539 BC).
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860 BC — Harsiese becomes first 22nd Dynasty priest at Thebes to not be a son of the king c.
850 BC — Libyan kings start to lose their reestablished political authority of the king to the high priests at Thebes and the god’s wives of Amun c.
730 BC — there were two kings in the Delta (at Bubastis and Leontopolis), one at Hermopolis, one at Herakleopolis; also six others who were virtually independent; victory stele of Piy shows chiefs of the Meshwesh on equal footing with kings and no royal title c.
www.geocities.com /szswim38/EgyptTimeline.doc   (592 words)

  
 An Unholy Mess?
1800 BC: Traditional founding of Judaism under Abraham, who moves from the Sumerican city of Ur to the lands of Canaan (Israel).
Abraham's grandson Jacob was later renamed Israel and, according to the Biblical account, his twelve sons became the fathers of the twelve tribes of Israel.
According to the Biblical narrative, the Israelites wandered in the desert for 40 years and eventually came to 'the promised land'.
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1250 BC) and avenue of the sphinxes (370 BC) in the temple at Luxor, Thebes *Façade of the large temple at Abu Simbel, c.
1250 BC Funerary temple at Ramses III at Medinet Habu, c.
1150 BC *Shabti box and shabtis of Henutmehyt and the Songstress of Amun, probably from Thebes, c.
www.unc.edu /~egatti/Art36/slide_lists/Egyptian/new_egypt_ramessides.doc   (192 words)

  
 List of state leaders in 1295 BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1296 BC state leaders - Events of 1295 BC - 1294 BC state leaders - State leaders by year
Egypt (XVIII Dynasty) - Horemheb, Pharaoh of Egypt (1321 BC-1293 BC)
Assyria - Adad-nirari I, King of Assyria (1307 BC-1275 BC)
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_state_leaders_in_1295_BC   (128 words)

  
 Sacred Insects
The scarab was a common type of amulet, seal or ring-bezel found in Egypt from the 6th Dynasty (c.2345 BC) until the Ptolemaic period (c.30 BC).
In the Old and Middle Kingdom periods (2686-1650 BC), the fly was also depicted on various ritual artifacts, including the so called 'magic wands' often carved from hippopotamus ivory and probably intended to protect the owner from harm.
He was identified from a ceremonial mace-head found at Hierakonpolis (modern-day Kom el-Ahmar, about 80 km south of Luxor) [map] which depicts a king wearing the white crown of Upper Egypt with the glyph of a scorpion next to his face.
www.kendall-bioresearch.co.uk /sacredinsect.htm   (2742 words)

  
 Egyptian Dynasties - Crystalinks
Around 3000 BC, Egypt emerged from the twilight of prehistory as one country, united under the single rule of a divine king.
FIFTH DYNASTY - 2465 - 2345 B.C. Userkaf 2465 - 2458
SIXTH DYNASTY - 2345 - 2184 B.C. Teti 2345 - 2333
www.crystalinks.com /egyptdynasties.html   (447 words)

  
 Connecting the 19th with the 26th Dynasty
He was installed king by Assurbanipal in 665 BC but the designation `I (one)' actually belongs more properly to the previous Ramses Siptah, one of the three brothers, who reigned briefly a few decades earlier.
Here sealed destruction layers attributable to the Babylonian conquests of the late seventh century BC contain sherds some of which can be directly paralleled at the nearby coastal site of Mesad Hashavyahu, a site that is generally interpreted as a garrison of Greek mercenaries.
His contemporaries during his lengthy reign (665-609 BC) in revised view were Assurbanipal (668-627 BC), Assuruballit II (627 to the destruction of Niniveh) in Assyria.
www.specialtyinterests.net /seti1.html   (8440 words)

  
 Ancient Egypt - Ancient Lives
Inyotef I (Sehertawy) 2074-2064 BC Inyotef II (Wahankh) 2064-2015 BC Inyotef III (Nakhtnebtepnefer) 2015-2007 BC Mentuhotep II 2007-1986 BC With Egypt unified once more under Mentuhotep II the Asians are expelled from the delta and there is a return to foreign trade and enormous building projects.
Amenemhet I (Sehetepibre) 1937-1908 BC Senusert I (Kheperkare) 1917-1872 BC Amenemhet II (Nubkaure) 1875-1840 BC Senusert II (Khakheperre) 1842-1836 BC Senusert III (Khakaure) 1836-1817 BC Amenemhet III (Nimaatre) 1817-1772 BC Amenemhet IV (Maakherure) 1772-1763 BC Neferusobek (Sobekkare) 1763-1759 BC Following a period of instability the Hyksos invade and conquer.
An expedition in 351 BC was repulsed but a second succeeded and Nectanebo II, last of the native pharaohs, fled to Upper Egypt.
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It was done during the Mesolithic period, between 5000 and 2000 BC.
The Tomb of Menna was done during Dynasty XVIII (1552-1295 BC) at the start of New Kingdom.
Both examples come from Thebes which was established as the capital of the New Kingdom and was located on the west side of the Nile.
orpheus.ucsd.edu /va11/garcia/garcia.html   (993 words)

  
 Asia Minor Coins - Lycia
We know from Egyptian - Hittite - Ugaritic texts that the Lycians were involved in acts of piracy against Cyprus around 1400 BC and that they fought against Egypt in the ranks of the Hittites during the battle of Kadesh in 1295 BC.
It does appear to be true that Greek efforts to colonize Lycia during the first millennium BC were largely unsuccessful and the Greeks were able to establish only one important colony there (Phaselis).
The second half of the first century B.C. was a time in which Lycia was affected by internal conflicts and disturbances in Rome itself, from time to time even suffering disaster as a result.
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 Ancient Egyptian Chronology: Dynasties
Egypt was ripe for invasion because of (A) complacency; (B) Erosion of central authority; (C) Egyptian army was ill-equipped and unprepared for war.
Queen Hatshepsut is one of the rulers of the XVIII Dynasty.
Amenhotep I (1412-1375 BC); (A) Great-grandson of Thutmose III; (B) During his reign the Egyptian Empire expanded its' borders to the greatest extent; (C) Time of relative peace because of the strength of Egypt.
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We learn from the mass of linen that it was given to Satdjehuty 'in the favour of the god's wife, king's wife, and king's mother Ahmose-Nefertari'.
Ahmose-Nefertari was the wife of Ahmose I (1550-1525 BC), the first king of the Dynasty, and the mother of Amenhotep I (1525-1504 BC), with whom she subsequently became associated as local deities.
The winged head-dress on this mask is a feature found on funerary headpieces and coffins in the Second Intermediate Period (about 1750-1650 BC), and perhaps denotes protection of the deceased by a deity.
www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk /compass/ixbin/print?OBJ4994   (219 words)

  
 Archaeology Wordsmith
The main pharaonic sites in Dakhla include a town site of the Old Kingdom (2686-2160 BC) and its associated cemetery of 6th dynasty mastaba tombs, near the modern village of Balat.
The smallest of the major Egyptian oases, it is first mentioned in texts dating to the Old Kingdom (2686-2181 BC) and by the 19th dynasty (1295-1186 BC) it was said to have been inhabited by Libyans.
The fragmentary remains of the temple, with inscriptions dating from the 4th century BC, lie in the ruins of Aghurmi.
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 Red Sea
1320 BC to 1224 BC, reigned 1290 BC-1224 BC).
He is also the Pharoah of whom the biblical figure Moses is believed to have demanded that his people be released from slavery.
From the 18th dynasty 1550-1295 BC up to the 20th dynasty 1186 - 1069 BC.
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 Christianity - Compostie Origins   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
It is beyond dispute that this concept formed the basis of the Jews' monotheism, and from thence absorbed by Christianity.
Above left, a Greek statue from circa 100 BC, shows the Goddess of Love, Aphrodite, warding off an advance by the goat-footed Pan - while an angel hovers over her shoulder.
The main body of Christian belief is in fact not originally Christian at all, and a surprisingly large part of it was drawn from the Persian cult of Mithras, which originated around 2000 BC.
www2.stormfront.org /whitehistory/hwr17a.htm   (1016 words)

  
 Response to Islamic Awareness: Qur'ânic Accuracy Vs. Biblical Error: The Kings & Pharaohs Of Egypt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
In the language of the hieroglyphs, "Pharaoh" was first used to refer to the king during the reign of Amenhophis IV (c.1352-1338 BC).
Karim, Amenhophis IV (c.1352-1338 BC) was the first King of Egypt to be referred to as Pharaoh, the Exodus must have occurred during or after the reign of Amenhophis IV for the Qur'an to be historically correct.
Artapanus, writing in the 3rd century BC, had access to ancient records in Egyptian temples and perhaps even the famous Alexandrian library of Ptolemy I. Artapanus writes that a pharaoh named Palmanothes was persecuting the Israelites.
answering-islam.org /Responses/Saifullah/pharaoh-kings.htm   (1542 words)

  
 dvb rings of character   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
around 3rd century BC The snake was a symbol of protection from evil and disease in ancient Greece.
Double happiness symbols are delicately engraved on a band in the form of bamboo, itself an auspicious symbol.
around 7th-8th century BC The snake was a symbol of protection from evil and disease in ancient Greece.
www.dvbny.com /Ranges/character.htm   (1097 words)

  
 Ancient Resource: Ancient Egyptian Artifacts
New Kingdom, 1550--1295 BC Seatite stone plaque depicting a priest with uraeus (cobra) on one face and heiroglyphics reading 'Amun Ra' on the other.
This was most likely worn, carried and used as a religious piece.The wonderful, smoothed edges and corners show that it was given lots of use, possibly spanning generations.
Ancient Egyptian mummy-wrappings, 664--332 BC Excavated at an area of Late Period burials in the shadow of the step pyramid at Saqqara, Egypt.
www.ancientresource.com /lots/egyptian.html   (440 words)

  
 The Exodus
In fact, the biblical date for the Exodus (1447 BC below) was entirely at odds with the dates for the 19th Dynasty (1295-1186 BC).
·Menahem - a Menahem is recorded as the 16th king of Israel in 743-738 BC ·Issachar and Asher - both Patriachs of Israel and sons of Jacob.
1870 BC), the Akkadian code from the kingdom of Eshunna (of uncertain date but roughly the same period), and the famous code of Hammurabi of Babylon (early seventeenth century BC), also written in Akkadian.
www.mystae.com /restricted/streams/thera/exodus.html   (6478 words)

  
 The Beginnings of Assyria and Babylonia
As in Egypt, their king was both the Supreme Judge and High Priest.
About 1295 BC, There was the battle of Kadesh, between Ramses II and the Hittite king
In 1290 BC, Muwatali died, and there ensued a crisis of succession.
members.tripod.com /historel/orient/04mesop.htm   (1171 words)

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