The New Kingdom is often called the "Empire" of Egyptian history.

In the middle of the courtyard is what remains of the stately "Kiosk" of Taharqa.
By Egyptian reckoning, Pi'ankhi (or Piye) founds the XXV Dynasty, the only certifiably "black" dynasty of Ancient Egypt (this is only an issue for ).

The origin of the Egyptian word itself is a good question.

They were probably victims of a plague that was running rampantin Egypt at the time.

If someone is carrying one text out of Egypt, why not another?

The show positively asserted that the Egyptians had been fighting the Hittites "for centures," and completely ignores the history of the Mitanni, except to mention that the Hittites had ended up with a Mitanni manual on horse training.

It is going to be the work of an Egyptian.

It's nice the Mitanni get mentioned, but it is quite false that the Egyptians had been fighting the Hittites "for centuries." This ignores the period in the XVIII Dynasty when Mitanni was the principal enemy of Egypt.

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This made it possible to date events in the Era of Nabonassar, though for the dates Ptolemy, who lived in Egypt, used the unmodified , which had a 365 day year, without leap years.

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Thus, if elements of the name from the XIX Dynasty were preserved in the Exodus story, in a foreign venue, outside Egypt, it looks most likely to have been preserved from the time and the event -- it really cannot have come from anywhere else.

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This was what we call the and, while it would be no surprise to the Egyptians, it would be as unpleasant as any draft of forced labor to people who previously had never encountered it.

was the last pharaoh of Ancient Egypt; ..

Thus, while the were responsible for the introduction of the horse into Egypt, I don't think there have been any serious suggestions that they were an Iranian people.


Israelite conquest may actually have been , with the sort of disorders and people that might well have been called "bandits" or even "murderers" by the Egyptian patrons of the Canaanite princes who were being overthrown.

By then Thutmose III was full Pharaoh of Egypt.

It was previously thought that some time after 2000 they moved out of the mountains and occupied the great bend of the Euphrates River (now the , , the "island," or the , , the "two rivers," this in Arabic for a name that we already see in Egyptian, ) and the upper Tigris Valley.