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 Thirtieth dynasty of Egypt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Known rulers, in the History of Egypt, for the Thirtieth Dynasty.
The Thirtieth Dynasty of Egypt followed Nectanebo I's deposition of Nefaarud II, the son of Hakor.
Nectanebo was in control of all of Egypt by November of 380 BC, and spent much of his reign defending his kingdom from Persian reconquest with the occasional help of Sparta or Athens.
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In ancient Egypt the tuft of papyrus was the coat of arms or symbol of the Northern Kingdom.
This is in particular the case for the Seventh and Eighth dynasties (Memphites), the Ninth and Tenth (Heracleopolites), the Eleventh (Theban -- contemporary with the Tenth), the Thirteenth (Theban) and the Fourteenth (Xoite -- in part simultaneous), the Fifteenth, and the Sixteenth (Hyksos), and the Seventeenth Dynasty (Theban -- partly contemporary with the Sixteenth.
From Khafre, the second king of the fourth dynasty, to the end of the sixth dynasty, the name Re is a part of the name of almost every one of those kings, and the monuments show that during that period numerous temples were erected to the chief of the Heliopolitan Ennead in the neighbouring nomes.
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 History of Egypt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
His reign was a golden age for Egypt and Salah al-Din is revered as one of the greatest heroes of Islam, for his humility, personal courage, brilliant military and administrative mind and for defeating the Christian armies and treating the vanquished with dignity.
Egypt was the first Arab state to recognize Israel's right to exist and the subsequent Camp David agreements, which won Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin the Nobel Peace Prize, further isolated Egypt from the rest of the Arab world.
Egypt's vital role in support of Saudi Arabia and Kuwait in the Gulf War combined with death of socialist-communist influence in the Arab world returned the country to the centre of Middle Eastern politics.
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Driven out of Egypt by the next Dynasty, this group retired to Napata, in the Sudan, and retained a Kingdom there and (from 590 BCE) at Meroë until the 4th century CE.
During the 22nd through 26th dynasties, the cities of Athribis and Heliopolis were under the control of a hereditary princedom, nominally subservient to the Pharaohs.
Because of the importance of Egypt as the Empire's breadbasket, by law the governor of Egypt could not be of the Senatorial class (it was feared that consolidating too much power in a Senator invited revolt).
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 Egypt: Science and chemistry in ancient Egypt
Of the next four Dynasties, the Twenty-second to the Twenty-fifth inclusive, very little is known, except that during part of the tim