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 Twenty-ninth dynasty of Egypt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nefaarud I, or Nepherites, founded the Twenty-Ninth Dynasty of Egypt (according to an account preserved in a papyrus in the Brooklyn Museum) by defeating Amyrtaeus in open battle, and later putting him to death at Memphis.
Known rulers, in the History of Egypt, for the Twenty-Ninth Dynasty.
Psammuthes was overthrown by Hakor, who claimed to be the grandson of Nefaarud I. He successfully resisted Persian attempts to reconquer Egypt, drawing support from Athens (until the Peace of Antalcidas in 386 BC), and from the rebel king of Cyprus, Evagoras.
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 EGYPT - LoveToKnow Article on EGYPT
But, besides the graves of her native saints, Egypt boasts of those of several members of the Prophets family, the tomb of the sayyida Zeyneb, daughter of Ali, that of the sayyida Sekeina, daughter of Hosain, and that of the sayyida Nefisa, great-granddaughter of Hasan, all of which are held in high veneration.
In Upper Egypt the chief towns are nearly all in the narrow valley of the Nile.
One of the most interesting phenomena of Egypt is the mirage, which is frequently seen both in the desert and in the waste tracts of uncultivated land near the Mediterranean; and it is often so truthful in its appearance that one finds it difficult to admit the illusion.
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 Twenty-fourth dynasty of Egypt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This dynasty came to an end when Shabaka, a king of the Twenty-Fifth dynasty and son of Piye, captured Bakenrenef and burned him alive.
Tefnakhte formed an alliance of the kinglets of the Delta, with whose support he attempted to conquer Upper Egypt; his campaign attracted the attention of the Nubian king Piye, who recorded his conquest and subjection of Tefnakhte and his peers in a well-known inscription.
The Twenty-Fourth Dynasty was short-lived with its capital at Sais in the western Nile Delta.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Twenty-fourth_dynasty_of_Egypt   (150 words)

  
 Egypt: History - Dynasty XXVIII (Twenty-eighth Dynasty)
He makes his TWENTY-EIGHTH DYNASTY consist of a single king Amyrtaeus of Sais, presumably a kinsman of the Amyrtaeus who carried on the struggle of Inaros after the latter's capture by his enemies.
The forty years ending with the death of Darius II in 404 BC are a complete blank so far as Egypt is concerned.
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www.touregypt.net /hdyn28.htm   (150 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Egypt
Hrihor's rule, in fact, never extended over Lower Egypt, and his independence was not even suspected by Manetho who, after Ramses XII, introduces the Twenty-first Dynasty with Nesubenebded as its founder.
In ancient Egypt the tuft of papyrus was the coat of arms or symbol of the Northern Kingdom.
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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 Egypt
Their earlier dominion was the 15th Dynasty of Egypt, and that was followed by another movement, the 16th Dynasty, about 2250 bc, which was the date of the migration of Terah from Ur.
From the 12th Dynasty comes the detailed account of the life of an Egyptian in Palestine (Sanehat); and Cretan pottery of this age is found traded into Egypt.
In the 20th Dynasty one of the royal daughters married the high priest of Amen at Thebes; and on the unexpected death of the young Rameses V, the throne reverted to his uncle Rameses VI, whose daughter then became the heiress, and her descendants, the high priests of Amen, became the rightful rulers.
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 niku
Necho II was a king of the Twenty-sixth dynasty of Egypt (610 - 595 BC), the son and successor of Psammetichus.
Jehoahaz he carried down into Egypt, where he died (2 Kings 23:31; 2 Chr.
On his return march he deposed Jehoahaz, who had succeeded his father Josiah, and appointed as king Eliakim, Josiah's eldest son, whose name he changed to Jehoiakim.
www.yourencyclopedia.net /Niku.html   (363 words)

  
 Psammetichus I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The labyrinth built by a king of the Twelfth dynasty of Egypt is ascribed by Herodotus to the Dodecarchy, or rule of 12, which must represent this combination of rulers.
The Egyptian scribes do not conceal the opprobrious elements, but it has been suggested that the name may be due to false etymology of a foreign name (though all the names throughout the dynasty appear to be Egyptian), or that Methek may have been an unknown deity.
It is known from cuneiform texts that twenty local princelings were appointed by Esarhaddon and confirmed by Assurbanipal to govern Egypt.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Psammetichus_I   (358 words)

  
 Twenty-sixth dynasty of Egypt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Twenty-Sixth Dynasty of Egypt was the last native dynasty to rule Egypt before the Persian conquest, and had its capital at Sais.
With the help of Greek mercenaries, Apries was able to hold back Babylonian attempts to conquer Egypt, but it was the Persians who conquered Egypt, and their king Cambyses II carried Psammetichus III to Susa in chains.
With the sack of Nineveh in 612 BC and the fall of the Assyrian Empire, both Psammetichus and his successors attempted to reassert Egyptian power in the Near East, but were driven back by the Babylonians under Nebuchadrezzar II.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Twenty-sixth_dynasty_of_Egypt   (247 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Egypt
Hrihor's rule, in fact, never extended over Lower Egypt, and his independence was not even suspected by Manetho who, after Ramses XII, introduces the Twenty-first Dynasty with Nesubenebded as its founder.
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.
Other dynasties are known to us by their monuments, especially their tombs, which are often extremely rich in information as to the institutions, arts, manners, and customs of Egypt during the lifetime of their occupants, but almost totally devoid of historical evidence proper.
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 Egypt (WebBible Encyclopedia) - ChristianAnswers.Net
One of the later kings of the dynasty, Amenophis IV., or Khu-n-Aten, endeavoured to supplant the ancient state religion of Egypt by a new faith derived from Asia, which was a sort of pantheistic monotheism, the one supreme god being adored under the image of the solar disk.
Egypt is the land of the Nile and the pyramids.
The Fayyum was rescued for agriculture by the kings of the Twelfth Dynasty; and two obelisks were erected in front of the temple of the sun-god at On or Heliopolis (near Cairo), one of which is still standing.
www.www.christiananswers.net /dictionary/egypt.html   (1561 words)

  
 Egypt: History - Dynasty XXII (Twenty-second Dynasty)
Towards the end of the dynasty the Serapeum material begins to be of real assistance, the inscriptions mentioning the dates of birth and death of several Apis bulls, together with the length of their lives.
In Middle Egypt, not far north of Oxyrhynchos, a fortress with a temple in which Shoshenk I and Osorkon I had a hand seems to have served as a sort of boundary or barrier between north and south.
This state of affairs may have continued right down to the end of the dynasty.
www.touregypt.net /hdyn22.htm   (1561 words)

  
 Pami - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He was a member of the Twenty-second dynasty of Egypt of Meshwesh Libyans which had been living in Egypt since the Twentieth dynasty of Egypt and who began to rule the country by the mid-940s BC.
Other Dynasty 22 kings who held the title 'Great Chief of the Ma' before ascending the throne include Shoshenq I, founder of the Dynasty.
The block is an Annal document that postdates Pami's reign and catalogues the deeds of various Dynasty 22 Pharaohs.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Pami   (1561 words)

  
 History of Ethiopia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Under the Ptolemaic Dynasty in Egypt the arts as well as the enterprise of the Greeks entered Ethiopia, and led to the establishment of Greek colonies.
One of the lights of this dynasty was the reign of, in whose reign the stone churches of Lalibela were carved.
On a second expedition of his own he proved to his own satisfaction that the river originated some 40 miles southwest of the lake at a place called Geesh (November 4, 1770).
www.pineville.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/History_of_Ethiopia   (1561 words)

  
 Egypt (WebBible Encyclopedia) - ChristianAnswers.Net
One of the later kings of the dynasty, Amenophis IV., or Khu-n-Aten, endeavoured to supplant the ancient state religion of Egypt by a new faith derived from Asia, which was a sort of pantheistic monotheism, the one supreme god being adored under the image of the solar disk.
Egypt is the land of the Nile and the pyramids.
The Fayyum was rescued for agriculture by the kings of the Twelfth Dynasty; and two obelisks were erected in front of the temple of the sun-god at On or Heliopolis (near Cairo), one of which is still standing.
www.www.christiananswers.net /dictionary/egypt.html   (1561 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Egypt
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.
In ancient Egypt the tuft of papyrus was the coat of arms or symbol of the Northern Kingdom.
-- The second period is chiefly characterized by the Asiatic victories of the pharaohs when it opens, and by the repeated invasions of Egyptian territory by Asiatic powers, which was the reaction of those victories.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/05329b.htm   (1561 words)

  
 MSN Encarta - Multimedia - Egyptian Dynasties
The rule of the pharaohs lasted through 31 dynasties, spanning thousands of years, until the conquest of Egypt by the Roman Empire in 30 bc.
Early Egypt was a theocracy where the rulers, or pharaohs, had absolute power and were thought to be gods.
encarta.msn.com /media_701500717_461511156_-1_1/Egyptian_Dynasties.html   (44 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Egypt
Hrihor's rule, in fact, never extended over Lower Egypt, and his independence was not even suspected by Manetho who, after Ramses XII, introduces the Twenty-first Dynasty with Nesubenebded as its founder.
In ancient Egypt the tuft of papyrus was the coat of arms or symbol of the Northern Kingdom.
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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 THE CHRONOLOGY OF ANCIENT EGYPT
Egypt's authority was intact until the death of the infamous Cleopatra, after which Egypt was inaugurated into the Roman Empire.
Twenty Ninth Dynasty 399 - 380 BC Thirtieth Dynasty 380 - 343 BC Second Persian Period: 31st Dynasty 343 - 332 BC.
Recent literature, both scholarly and fringe has suggested alternative changes in the chronology of Ancient Egypt, many of which are currently unacceptable to most scholars.
www.egyptologyonline.com /chronology.htm   (786 words)

  
 Bakenranef - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bakenranef (also known by the Greek form of his name, Bocchoris) was a king of the Twenty-fourth dynasty of Egypt.
The second was that Bakenranef was captured by Shabaka, a king of the Twenty-fifth dynasty, who executed Bakenrenef by having him burned alive.
The first is the story that a lamb uttered the prophecy that Egypt would be conquered by the Assyrians, a story later repeated by such classical authors as Claudius Aelianus (De Natura Animalis 12.3).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bakenrenef   (326 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Egypt
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.
In ancient Egypt the tuft of papyrus was the coat of arms or symbol of the Northern Kingdom.
The reverses of Necho and Apries in Asia did not affect the prosperity of Egypt during the reign of these two pharaohs, any more than did the rivalry of one of his officials, Amasis, whom Apries had sent to suppress a mutiny of the native troops, and who was proclaimed king by them.
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 Scarab in the Dust: Egypt in the Time of the Twenty-First Dynasty
Scarab in the Dust: Egypt in the Time of the Twenty-First Dynasty
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 Egyptian Dynasties - Crystalinks
His mission is to united the Lands of Egypt and bring spiritual unity to the people.
This was the time of the Macedonian Kings and the Ptolemaic Dynasty which concluded with the last Pharaoh, the famous Cleopatra VII.
THE FIRST DYNASTY - 3050 - 2890 B.C. Menes - AHA
www.crystalinks.com /egyptdynasties.html   (447 words)

  
 Egypt (WebBible Encyclopedia) - ChristianAnswers.Net
One of the later kings of the dynasty, Amenophis IV., or Khu-n-Aten, endeavoured to supplant the ancient state religion of Egypt by a new faith derived from Asia, which was a sort of pantheistic monotheism, the one supreme god being adored under the image of the solar disk.
Egypt is the land of the Nile and the pyramids.
The Fayyum was rescued for agriculture by the kings of the Twelfth Dynasty; and two obelisks were erected in front of the temple of the sun-god at On or Heliopolis (near Cairo), one of which is still standing.
christiananswers.net /dictionary/egypt.html   (1561 words)

  
 Twenty
For the first four we may probably accept Manetho's order of Smendes, Psusennes, Nephercheres, and Amenophthis, but the Osochor whom he gives as his fifth name must be suspected of being borrowed from Dyn.
That so little is heard of the relations of Egypt to Palestine and the countries beyond was the natural result of her own divided state.
Wenamun is insistent in maintaining that everywhere, not in Egypt alone, the overlordship belonged to the Theban god Amun, earthly monarchs being mere mortals.
nile_knight.tripod.com /twenty_first_dynasty.htm   (2952 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Egypt
In ancient Egypt the tuft of papyrus was the coat of arms or symbol of the Northern Kingdom.
of Egypt) and often wore a double crown consisting of the white crown of the South and the red crown of the North; the arms of the United Kingdom were formed by a union of the lotus and the papyrus, the emblems of the two countries.
From that correspondence (so-called Tell-Amarna tablets) we learn that under Amenhotep IV (1375-1358 B.C.) the vigilance of the Egyptian court had considerably relaxed; the local dynasties were constantly and vainly asking for Egyptian troops against the encroachments of the Hittites and the Khabiri.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/05329b.htm   (18093 words)

  
 Egypt
Their earlier dominion was the 15th Dynasty of Egypt, and that was followed by another movement, the 16th Dynasty, about 2250 bc, which was the date of the migration of Terah from Ur.
From the 12th Dynasty comes the detailed account of the life of an Egyptian in Palestine (Sanehat); and Cretan pottery of this age is found traded into Egypt.
In the 20th Dynasty one of the royal daughters married the high priest of Amen at Thebes; and on the unexpected death of the young Rameses V, the throne reverted to his uncle Rameses VI, whose daughter then became the heiress, and her descendants, the high priests of Amen, became the rightful rulers.
holycall.com /biblemaps/egypt.htm   (11962 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Egypt
In ancient Egypt the tuft of papyrus was the coat of arms or symbol of the Northern Kingdom.
Other dynasties are known to us by their monuments, especially their tombs, which are often extremely rich in information as to the institutions, arts, manners, and customs of Egypt during the lifetime of their occupants, but almost totally devoid of historical evidence proper.
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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 Eleventh dynasty of Egypt
An inscription carved during the reign of Wahankh Intef II shows that he was the first of this dynasty to claim to rule over the whole of Egypt, a claim which brought the Thebeans into conflict with the rulers of Heracleopolis, or the Tenth dynasty of Egypt.
It was during this dynasty that all of ancient Egypt was united under the Middle Kingdom of Egypt.
Modern scholars identify his vizier Amenemhat with Amenemhat I, the first king of the Twelfth dynasty of Egypt, as part of a theory that Amenemhat became king as part of a palace coup.
read-and-go.hopto.org /Dynasties-of-Ancient-Egypt/Eleventh-dynasty-of-Egypt.html   (362 words)

  
 Ancient Nubia -- Map and History - 25th Dynasty Egypt
This is the end of the 25th Dynasty Egypt; withdrew to Nubia; moved their administrative center further south, from Napata to Meroë.
The Osirian Temple of Taharqa at Karnak in Egypt
Taharqa's twenty six year reign (690-664 BC) stands out from any other in the Third Intermediate Period by the extent of the building program he implemented in the first sixteen years of his reign, and the extent of the fighting with the Assyrians in the later years.
www.homestead.com /wysinger/mapofnubia.html   (3015 words)

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