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  History of Ancient Egypt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Along the Nile, in the 10th millennium BC, a grain-grinding culture using the earliest type of sickle blades was replaced by another culture of hunters, fishers and gathering peoples using stone tools.
Scientific analysis of the remains of their culture indicates that by 6000 BC they were herding cattle and constructing large buildings.
Around 3100 BC a king unified the whole of the Nile Valley between the Delta and the First Cataract at Aswan, with the centre of power in Memphis.
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 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.
2055 - 1985 BC Montuhotep II reunites Upper and Lower Egypt.
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)

 UFO.Whipnet.org | Creation | Earth Chronicles | Timeline
The Sinai peninsula is retained by the Anunnaki for a post-diluvial spaceport; a control center is established on Mount Moriah (the future Jerusalem).
2291 BC - Naram-Sin ascends the throne of Akkad.
2113 BC - Enlil entrusts the Lands of Shem to Nannar; Ur declared capital of new empire.
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 Archaeology Wordsmith   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
At the acropolis in Athens, the monumental Propylaia (propylaeum) was built in 437 BC on the same orientation as the Parthenon.
This monumental entrance had various forms generally involving a colonnade (of four columns) positioned in front of an entrance cut into a continuous enclosure wall.
It was the usual entrance from the Middle Kingdom to the Roman period (c 2055 BC-395 AD).
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 Locus Online: Claude Lalumiere: Triple X
In 2055, the USA is in deep trouble, losing a decades-long war with the rest of the world.
In 2055, BC is still alive, and he's hired biographer Sal Hayden to write his definitive life story.
They need her deep knowledge of history and of President BC in order to fulfill a most radical mission: alter history so that the USA is no longer on the brink of military defeat on its homeland.
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In her earliest known form, carved on stone vessels of the 2nd Dynasty ruler Hetepsekhemwy (c.2890 BC) at Saqqara, Bastet was represented as a woman with the head of a lioness frequently holding both the ankh sign and a sceptre.
By the 1st Millennium BC she was widely portrayed as a cat-headed woman often carrying a rattle and accompanied by kittens.
It was during the reign of Akhenaten (1352-1336 BC) that the concept of the sun god as a universal deity into whom all other deities could be absorbed took place.
www.egyptologyonline.com /more_egyptian_gods.htm   (1018 words)

Around 3000 BC the Egyptians were drawn into the region, lured by their quest for raw materials and their desire to access the riches of sub-Saharan Africa.
The resurgence of Egyptian power, begun by Kamose (1555–1550 BC) and confirmed by Ahmose (1550–1525 BC), led to a power struggle between Egypt and Kush culminating in the conquest of the latter by Thutmose I (1504–1492 BC) and the establishment of the border of the empire at Kurgus, south of AbuHamed.
Development appears to have been rapid; by the mid-eighth century BC King Kashta, as the champion of the Egyptian god Amun who had been adopted by the rulers of this second Kingdom of Kush, extended his control to Thebes and his successor Piye (Piankhy) went on to conquer the whole of the Egyptian Nile valley.
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 Historical Notes About Writing
It was developed from ideographic writing, and was the official script of the Achaemeid dynasty of Persia from 6th century BC until victories of Alexander the Great.
Eventually it declined, because advances of new technology in the way of writing materials were introduced from within the Persian empire like papyrus, skins, and parchments on which cuneiform symbols were difficult to write.
As a side note: Assyro- Babylonian literature - between 3000 BC and the birth of Jesus - flourished.
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 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#centipede   (2742 words)

During the "New Kingdom" (c 1550 - 1069 BC) it was claimed that Osiris was buried at Abydos, in a tomb which is now known to be that of the 1st Dynasty King Djer (c 3000 BC).
During the First Intermediate Period (c 2181 - 2055 BC) a democratization of funerary beliefs has occured and all deceased began to be associated with Osiris, not only the king.
During the New Kingdom (c 1550 - 1069 BC) a text called the "Litany of Ra" was inscribed on the walls of some of the royal tombs in the Valley of the Kings.
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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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Abram who later was renamed by his “God” as Abraham (2123 BC to 1948 BC) Abraham’s most significant accomplishment is that as the role of the Hebrew Patriarch and through diffusion also as the Patriarch of the Christians and Muslims.
In 2096 BC Terah moved his family, from Ur to Harran (a mirror city of Ur also worshipping the same deities.)  In 2048 BC Abram was instructed by his god to move again.
In the time of Moses, approximately 1500 BC, the family of Abraham was living in the land of Egypt and had fallen back into the practice of worshiping many gods; the same gods that had comprised the Sumerian pantheon, as well the early Chaldean.
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Third Dynasty 2686 - 2613 BC Fourth Dynasty 2613 - 2498 BC Fifth Dynasty 2498 - 2345 BC Sixth Dynasty 2345 - 2181 BC First Intermediate Period: 7th - 11th Dynasties 2181 - 2055 BC.
Eighteenth Dynasty 1570 - 1293 BC Nineteenth Dynasty 1293 - 1185 BC Twentieth Dynasty 1185 - 1070 BC Third Intermediate Period: 21st - 24th Dynasties 1070 - 664 BC.
This second occupation was a period of suppression and rebellion resulting in the Egyptians welcoming the rule of the Macedonian leader Alexander.
www.egyptologyonline.com /chronology.htm   (786 words)

 History of Ancient Egypt - Crystalinks
Along the Nile, in the 10th millennium BC, a grain-grinding culture using the earliest type of sickle blades had become replaced by another culture of hunters, fishers and gathering peoples using stone tools.
In ancient Egypt, the narrow strip of fertile land which runs alongside the Nile was called Kemet ("the fl land", in Ancient Egyptian Kmt), a reference to the rich, fl silt that is deposited there every year by the Nile floodwaters.
Around 3100 BC a king unified the whole of the Nile Valley between the Delta and the First Cataract at Aswan, with the center of power in Memphis.
www.crystalinks.com /egypthistory.html   (4350 words)

 Succession Game V: The Empire of Ra   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
In the presence of the 13th Apolyton, an eleborate ceremony is held in the city to dedicate the shrine to Osiris.
In 2775 BC 100 Gold is given to the Celts once again and the Eye of Horus walks into a foul Barbarian trap.
2415 BC Our brave soldiers in the east of Egypt come against a 3 stack of barbarians,and kicked the the animal dung out of their illiterate scarab infested backsides(Funi-Hand,you edit this and you are executed!!!!!!The Boss).....
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 Ancient Egypt Magazine
Visitors to the great temple of Amun at Karnak today see the impressive remains of what is essentially a New Kingdom temple (1550-1069 BC) greatly enlarged during successive reigns and periods throughout the remainder of Egypt’s long history.
This earlier temple was built during the Middle Kingdom (2055-1650 BC) by Theban rulers who had reunited Egypt under their rule after a period of internal disorder in the country.
It was found that the re-discovered chapel had been built by Senusret I (1965-1920 BC) and were of the finest limestone, carved with exquisite reliefs and hieroglyphs.
www.ancientegyptmagazine.com /whitechapel26.htm   (622 words)

 First Intermediate Period - Dynasties 7-10
The Union of the Two Kingdoms fell apart and regional leaders had to cope with the famine.Around 2160 BC a new line of pharaohs (the Ninth and Tenth Dynasties) consolidated Lower Egypt from their capital in Herakleopolis Magna, descended from a pharaoh named Akhtoy.
In the meantime, however, a rival line (the Eleventh Dynasty) based at Thebes reunited Upper Egypt and a clash between the two rival dynasties was inevitable.Around 2055 BC a descendant of Inyotef defeated the Heracleopolitan Pharaohs, reunited the Two Lands, and ruled as Mentuhotep II thereby ending the First Intermediate Period.
2134 BC, the first 3 kings of DXI (all called Intef and buried in an area called Dra Abu el-Naga, near to what would later become the Valley of the Kings) fought an ongoing conflict with the Herakleopolitain DX monarchs, with requent clashes in the area around Abydos, where their two spheres of influence met.
www.crystalinks.com /dynasties7-10.html   (2935 words)

 EDSITEment - Lesson Plan
During the Old Kingdom (the earliest period of dynastic Egyptian history, dating from the third millennium BC), these writings were carved onto the walls of the pyramids of the pharaohs and their queens.
The texts were accompanied by illustrations of the soul's perilous journey and eventual arrival in the land of the dead.
During the Middle Kingdom (beginning in 2055 BC), passages and drawings from the Pyramid Texts were painted directly onto the wooden coffins of wealthy nobles and Egyptian royalty.
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 Occam\'s Razor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
These translate as "in vain we do by many which can be done by means of fewer", "pluralities ought not be supposed without necessity", and "if two things are sufficient for the purpose of truth, it is superfluous to suppose another", respectively.
One such theory would be that for every action There is an opposite action of half intensity, but benevolent indetectable creatures magnify the opposing action with input of their own energy so it appears to be equal.
These creatures will all die in the year 2055, and at that point the observable nature of the universe will instantly shift.
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 UWS - Template - Text Only
Marl clays were used first in Upper Egypt, from where they were mined and from the Naqada III period (from c3200 BC) in Lower Egypt.
This is the last in the wavy lined pot series (see number 3 for the first in the series).
Dynasty (1985-1795 BC) tomb at Esna (tomb 80.)
www.swan.ac.uk /egypt/infosheet/Pottery.htm   (947 words)

 About Us - Tourism Website Builder. Content Management Systems
A pioneer in Internet media since 1995, IBC has become a recognized leader in web based travel and tourism marketing and is the creator and operator of one of the largest destination web sites in the world, The British Columbia Adventure Network (www.bcadventure.com).
Since the launch of the BC Adventure Network, the company's programming and graphic design team has won numerous awards and critical acclaim for excellence of design and workmanship.
This year, our BC Adventure web site will welcome over 5 million visitors, browsing the equivalent of over 240 volumes of the encyclopedia every 24 hours.
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 Andre Gunder Frank, William R. Thompson | Afro-Eurasian Bronze Age Economic Expansion and Contraction Revisited* | ...
Zettler, Richard L. "12th Century B.C. Babylonia: Continuity and Change." In The Crisis Years: The 12th Century B.C., From Beyond the Danube to the Tigris, edited by William A. Ward and Martha S. Joukowsky.
One of the commentators in the 1993 exchange rejected Frank's classification of the period after 800 B.C. as a contraction phase on the grounds that it was the time that the Phoenicians settled Carthage.
Frank's answer was that it was the generalized contraction in the Levant that forced the Phoenicians to move west.
www.historycooperative.org /journals/jwh/16.2/frank.html   (12871 words)

 Egyptian Mythology with pics
Ancient Egyptian civilization began around 3,100 BC, when the kingdoms of Lower Egypt (on the Nile delta) and Upper Egypt (south of the delta) were unified by the legendary king, Menes, who ruled from the capital, Memphis.
The period known as the Old Kingdom was established in 2686 BC: it was during the Old Kingdom that hieroglyphic writing developed and the great pyramids were built.
The Middle Kingdom (1991-1786 BC) was a period of prosperity, when Nubia, taken by conquest, became part of the kingdom of Egypt and trade links in Asia were established.
www.infomideast.com /mythology/history1.htm   (6016 words)

 Timeline & Treasures of the British museum
PREDYNASTIC PERIOD 5500-3100 BC As you can see from the above, the civilisation lasted for a very long time, before finally becoming part of the Roman Empire.
THE PITT-RIVERS KNIFE-around 3600 BC This knife has a blade made of flint, which is beautifully decorated, and and ivory handle with animals carved on it.
Nowadays, ivory may not be used much, as sadly there are not many elephants and rhinos left.
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 The Faiyum Depression in Egypt
Until the Paleolithic period a vast salt water lake lay at the heart of the region.
This was gradually transformed into the smaller fresh water Lake Moeris which is linked to the Nile by a river arm known as the Bahr Yusuf.
The region flourished from the Middle Kingdom (2055 - 1650 BC) onwards but most of the surviving archaeological remains date to the Ptolemaic and Roman periods.
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 The Oxford History of Ancient Egypt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
It remains to point out that if the publishers can produce a moderately priced paperback edition, this book would become a very strong contender worldwide as a textbook for students of Egypt and the ancient Near East.
Prehistory: From the Palaeolithic to the Badarian Culture (c.700,000-4000 BC)
The Amarna Period and the Later New Kingdom (c.1352-1069 BC)
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 The Orthodox Faith
Dates are given according to the Orthodox determination of years since the time of Adam, and according to the contemporary usage of "BC" and "AD" as invented by Dionysius Exiguus.
However, please take note that the Orthodox year begins in September, whereas the system of Dionysius Exiguus begins each year from January.
Also, there is no year zero, and the years 1 BC and 1 AD are the exact same year according to the Dionysian system, being divided at the point of December 25.
www.orthodoxfaith.com /history_timeline.html   (816 words)

 Bible Time Lines and Chronology
2123 BC The destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah.
800 BC Famine drove the Etruscans from Lydia to Northern Italy.
763 BC Earthquake in the reign of Uzziah and Jeroboam.
www.teachinghearts.org /dre00timeline.html   (3692 words)

 I81: Abram | Abraham | Ibrahim (2167 BC - 1880 BC)
2167 BC - 1880 BC : 2167 BC, Ur of Chaldea, Mesopotamia [209]
2068 BC: Circumcision of Abraham when he was 99 years of age.
2067 BC: Isaac was born when Abraham was 100 years old.
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 Egyptology - Ron Pettus: Chapter 7 review
4) The first 11th Dynasty ruler to gain control of the whole of Egypt was ____________ (2055-2004 BC).
As late as the 28th Dynasty there were numerous private tombs containing inscriptions celebrating his role as the founder of the Middle Kingdom.
18) Amenemhat I (circa 1985-1956 BC), successor of Mentuhotep IV and founder of the 12th Dynasty, came from outside the ________ _________.
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