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Tutankhamun or Tutankhaten was Pharaoh of Egypt in the 14th century BC, from 1334 BC/1333 BC to 1323 BC, during the period known as the New Kingdom.
This would place his birth around 1341 BC/ 1340 BC and would make it unlikely that Amenhotep III was his father.
In year 3 of his reign (1331 BC), Tutankhamun, who was still a young boy and probably under the influence of two older advisors, restored the old pantheon of gods and their temples, granted the traditional privileges back to their priesthoods, and moved the capital back to Thebes.
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 Iron Age   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
By 1600 BC to 1200 BC, iron was used increasingly in the Middle East but did not supplant the dominant use of bronze.
The Egyptian ruler Tutankhamun died in 1323 BC and was buried with an iron dagger with a golden hilt.
The Iron Age in Asia is believed to have begun with the discovery of iron smelting and smithing techniques in Anatolia or the Caucasus in the late 2nd millennium BC (circa 1300 BC).
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 Tutankhamun - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tutankhamun (alternate transcription Tutankhamen), named Tutankhaten early in his life, was Pharaoh of the Eighteenth dynasty of Egypt (ruled 1334 BC/1333 BC1323 BC, lived ca.
1341 BC1323 BC), during the period known as the New Kingdom.
That would place his birth around 1342 BC-1340 BC, and would make it less likely that Amenhotep III was his father.
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 Egypt: A Photographic Tour
Intended to originally represent a guardian deity in the shape of a lion, the Sphinx had the face of Chephren (Khafre 2575-2525 BC).
Nefertari was the principal wife of Ramses II (1279-1213 BC); her tomb is one of the most beautiful and largest ever found.
The Ramesseum was the Mortuary Temple of Ramses II (1279-1213 BC).
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 1320s BC
Centuries: 15th century BC - 14th century BC - 13th century BC
Decades: 1370s BC 1360s BC 1350s BC 1340s BC 1330s BC - 1320s BC - 1310s BC 1300s BC 1290s BC 1280s BC 1270s BC
1323 BC -Death of Pharoah Tutankhamun of Egypt
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 KryssTal : Inventions: 2000 BC to 1000 BC
KryssTal : Inventions: 2000 BC to 1000 BC Inventions
The nomadic Hebrews defeated the Canaanites 1125 BC.
The Egyptian boy king, Tutankhamun (19) died in 1323 BC and was buried at
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 Hittites   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Around 2000 BC, the region centered in Hattusa, which would later become the core of the Hittite kingdom, was inhabited by people with a distinct culture who spoke a non-Indo-European language.
The name "Hattic" is used by anatolists to distinguish this language from the Indo-European Hittite language, which appeared in the scene at the beginning of the 2nd millennium BC and became the administrative language of the Hittite kingdom over the next six or seven centuries.
The early history of the Hittite kingdom is known through tablets which may have been written in the 17th century BC but survived only as copies made in the 14th and 13th centuries BC.
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 5,000 Years of Civilization
His daughter, Hatshepsut (1473-1458 BC), developed the monumental west-bank temple at Deir al-Bahri, which was cut out of the face of the mountain.
Pharaoh Seti I (1306-1290 BC) was able to reconquer the lands lost during the reign of Akhenaten.
The infamous Cleopatra (51-30 BC) was from this period, but she proved no match for the aggressive Romans and was the last of the Ptolomies.
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 A timeline of the ancient Egyptians
2900 BC : king Djer is buried at Abydos, the seat of the cult of Osiris, lord of the Underworld and husband of Isis, and his "mastaba" becomes considered the grave of Osiris
1525 BC : Ahmose I dies and is succeeded by Amenhotep I
1323 BC : Tutankhamon is killed at 19 and is buried in the "Valley of the Kings" at Thebes
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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.
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 Talk:Granite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nevertheless evidence indicates steel production in East Africa around 1400 BC (see [1] and Iron age: The Iron Age in Africa and India).
The Iron Age in Ancient Egypt has been shown to have begun no later than 4000 BC (see Iron Age), and Egyptian ruler Tutankhamun died in 1323 BC and was buried with an iron dagger.
Evidence of shipbuilding in Ancient Egypt dates to circa 2500 BC (see Ancient Egypt: Timeline of Achievements).
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 The Quest for Immortality
Eighteenth Dynasty, reign of Hatshepsut, 1473-1458 BC granodiorite
Seventeenth Dynasty, 1580 BC ebony, ivory, and faience
Twenty-sixth Dynasty, reign of Psamtik I, 664-610 BC graywacke
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 Bible Chronology - Introduction - Part 3
Dates are obtained from the statistics given in the Bible by straightforward addition, assuming that the count is for inclusive years, for example 1484 BC to 1477 BC is seven years, but if we include 1484 in the count, then the count becomes eight years "inclusive".
It is possible for a series of four or five eclipses to occur on the same dates at intervals of 19 years.
The Babylonians (fourth century BC) used a 216 (18 x 12) cycle period of eclipses.
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 Tutankhamun biography .ms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Tutankhamun (alternate transliteration Tutankhamen), named Tutankhaten early in his life, was Pharaoh of the Eighteenth dynasty of Egypt (1334 BC/1333 BC - 1323 BC), during the period known as the New Kingdom.
Tutankhamun ruled Egypt for eight to ten years and examinations of his mummy suggest that he was seventeen or eighteen years old when he died.
This would place his birth around 1341 BC/ 1340 BC and would make it less likely that Amenhotep III was his father.
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 List of state leaders in 1323 BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1324 BC state leaders - Events of 1323 BC - 1322 BC state leaders - State leaders by year
Babylon (Kassites) - Nazimaruttash, King of Babylon (1323 BC-1298 BC)
Hittites - Mursili II, King of the Hittites (1330 BC-1295 BC)
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 1320s BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Egypt: End of Eighteenth Dynasty, start of Nineteenth Dynasty (1320 BC)
1323 BC - Death of Pharaoh Tutankhamun of Egypt
1320 BC - Birth of later Pharaoh Ramses II of Egypt (approximate date)
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Originally from the Temple of Soleb in Nubia, the lions acted as guardian figures before a temple built by Amenhotep III (1390-1352 BC), an elaborate monument to the cult of the king as a deified 'lord of Nubia', embodied by the lion.
In the third century BC the Meroitic ruler Amanislo moved the lions south to his city of Gebel Barkal and engraved his names on them.
Unlike the traditional pose of the lion or sphinx, which lies straight with its paws out in front of its body, these lions are depicted naturalistically, lying on their sides with forepaws crossed.
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 1320s BC Info - Bored Net - Boredom   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
1320s BC Centuries: 15th century BC - 14th century BC - 13th century BC
1323 BC -Death of Pharaoh Tutankhamun of Egypt
1320 BC -Birth of later Pharaoh Ramses II of Egypt (approximate date)
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 Search Results for Nefertiti - Encyclopædia Britannica
queen of Egypt and wife of King Akhenaton (reigned 1353–36 BC) who supported her husband's religious revolution and is thought by some to have adhered to the new cult of the sun god Aton even after...
The new temples were built at Karnak, near Thebes, a region dominated by the god Amon and by the families that had run the state for several generations.
Tutankhamen's funeral in about 1323 BC was conducted by his successor, the aged Ay (ruled 1323–19 BC), who in turn was succeeded by Horemheb.
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 Ancient Egyptian Literature
1333-1323 BC), abandoned the cult of Aten; married a daughter of Akhenaten; his tomb remained untouched and was discovered in 1922.
Alexander the Great's invasion of Egypt, 332 BC, Greek domination of Egypt, death of Alexander in 323 BC Egypt ruled by Ptolemy I (r.
250 BC Rosetta Stone (196 BC): rock inscribed with three bands of writing in hieroglyphic, demotic, and Greek--it made possible the decipherment of Egyptian hieroglyphics.
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 AH 201 (Dale)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
1323 BC, Inner coffin, gold inlaid with glass & semi-precious stones (G 3-36)
1323 BC, Funerary mask from mummy, gold inlaid with glass & semi-precious stones (G 3-37)
1323 BC, Painted Chest with military and hunting scenes (G 3-38)
www.wisc.edu /arth/ah201/04.html   (303 words)

  
 The Schoyen Collection: 16. Seals   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The collection starts with 150 stamp seal matrices from the 5th and 4th millennium BC, and ends with wax seals on medieval documents and papal lead bullas.
MS 2784 Babylonia, 2000-1800 BC Babylonia, 2000-1600 BC Babylonia, 2000-1600 BC Assyrian and Neo Babylonian period cylinder seals
MS in Egyptian on blue faience, Egypt, 1333-1323 BC, 1 oval cartouche shaped stamp seal, signet in a 20th c.
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 EXHIBITIONS | COMING SOON | Pharaons
The land of the Pharaohs, a huge unified territory (the two kingdoms of the upper Nile Valley and the Delta were united in around 3300 BC) came into being in the third millennium BC.
An introduction is provided by a gallery of portraits and effigies of Pharaohs whose personalities marked the different empires, which will have been brought together for the first time.
The death of the Pharaoh will mark the end of the exhibition, revealing the sumptuous treasures of the Tanis kings, heirs to the kings of the New Empire, which bear witness to the grandiose funeral cult that centred on Pharaoh and his journey to the next world.
www.imarabe.org /ang/temp/expo/pharaons.html   (717 words)

  
 Tutankhamun - Biocrawler definition:Tutankhamun - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Tutankhamun (alternate transcription Tutankhamen), named Tutankhaten early in his life, was Pharaoh of the Eighteenth dynasty of Egypt (ruled 1334 BC/1333 BC1323 BC, lived c.
Again, there is no consensus among Egyptologists as to his age when he died; estimates range from sixteen to his mid-twenties.
Were he seventeen to nineteen years old when he died (the most common estimates are in this range), that would place his birth around 1342 BC-1340 BC, and would make it less likely that Amenhotep III was his father.
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But by 2200 BC, all organs were usually embalmed and returned to their original locations.After this, the process was done.
Tutankhamun, originally named Tutankhaten and sometimes called Tut or King Tut, was a child king, starting his reign in 1333 bc, and ending it in 1323 bc.
Khufu, or Cheops, ruled for a considerable amount of time, from 2551 - 2582 bc, and was succeeded by his son, Radjedef, whose reignwas abruptly ended.
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 Search Results for Tutankhamen - Encyclopædia Britannica
king of Egypt (reigned 1323–19 BC) who rose from the ranks of the civil service and the military to become king after the death of Tutankhamen, the last king of the 18th dynasty.
Akhenaton had six daughters by Nefertiti and one or two sons, perhaps by a secondary wife Kiya or by his own daughter Maketaton, who may have died in childbirth and whose infant son is shown in the...
king of the 18th dynasty of Egypt (reigned 1335–32 BC), probably in coregency with Akhenaton, his predecessor, for most of the period.
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 Ancient Egypt, Egyptian Poetry
Middle Kingdom: more refined sculpture, portrait sculptures of the kings displaying worry or pessimism, high level of artistry in relief sculpture and painting, smaller pyramids built of brick with stone facing at Fayyum, coffin texts, Tale of the Shipwrecked Sailor in single papyrus.
AD); Middle is classical stage of the language, literary language based on spoken language of c.
2200 BC; Late Egyptian became official language during Akhenaten's reign; hieroglyphs developed into hieratic and demotic scripts; demotic script corresponding to demotic form of language; change to Christianity brought about Coptic form of language, written in Greek alphabet with seven characters borrowed from demotic script.
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 Wonders of the World
The colossus of Rhodos (built in the third century BC by Chares of Lindos) collapsed during the earthquake of 225 BC.
The fragments were eventually stolen by muslim pirates who sold them to a jewish merchant who melted the bronze and sold it.
The palace of Knossos was burned in 1425 BC during a riot and definitely destroyed by the earthquake that destroyed the Minoan civilization.
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 Biography Item - Horemheb   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Horemheb, general and pharaoh, ruled from 1323–1295 BC.
Because Tutankhamun was very young, Horemheb and the vizier Ay ruled for him.
He was very old, however, and died in 1323 BC.
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 1320s BC Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
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