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A history of Egypt from the end of the neolithic period to the death of Cleopatra VII B.C. 30, Vol. V, Egypt under Rameses the Great, E.A. Wallis Budge

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A history of Egypt from the end of the neolithic period to the death of Cleopatra VII B.C. 30, Vol. V, Egypt under Rameses the Great
Title
A history of Egypt from the end of the neolithic period to the death of Cleopatra VII B.C. 30
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Vol. V
Title part
Egypt under Rameses the Great
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E.A. Wallis Budge
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eng
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1857-1934.,
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Budge, E. A. Wallis
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932
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non fiction
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bibliography
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Egypt
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A history of Egypt from the end of the neolithic period to the death of Cleopatra VII B.C. 30, Vol. V, Egypt under Rameses the Great, E.A. Wallis Budge
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Publication
Note
First published in 1902 by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Company
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • chapter 1. The nineteenth dynasty ; The reign of Rameses I ; His treaty with the Kheta ; Expedition against the Nubians ; His tomb and sarcophagus ; The book of the underworld ; Description of the mummy of Rameses I ; The reign of Seti I ; His expedition against the Shasu ; Submission of Ruthen, and Kadesh, and the Kheta tribes ; The Hypostyle Hall at Karnak ; Conquest of Libya, Nubia, Punt, Syria, Cyprus, et cetera ; Working of the mines in Wadi Hammamat and in the Sinaitic Peninsula ; Temple of Redesiyeh ; Emerald mines of Mount Zabara ; The goddess Aasith ; Plan of a gold mine ; The memnonium of Seti I at Abydos ; The gap ; King list of Seti I ; The Hall of Columns ; Tomb of Seti I, or, "Belzoni's tomb" ; Book of the praisings of Ra ; Book of knowing what is in the underworld ; The destruction of mankind ; Sarcophagus of Seti I ; Physical characteristics of Seti I ; Joint reign of Seti I and Rameses II ; Reign of Rameses II ; His name and titles ; Wars in Nubia, Libya, Syria, et cetera ; Nahr al-Kalb, or the Dog River ; Battle against the Kheta ; League of kings of Aleppo, Karkemish, Aradus, and Kadesh ; Egyptian account of the war ; Attack on Kadesh ; Capture of Kadesh ; Personal valour of Rameses II when surrounded by the enemy ; Four divisions of the Egyptian army ; The king's charioteer Menna ; His war horses and his tame lion ; Defeat of the Kheta ; Rameses returns to Egypt ; Renewed hostilities by the Kheta ; The treaty with the Kheta and their prince ; Rameses marries a Kheta princess ; The princess Ra-Neferu ; The possessed princess of Bekhten healed by Khensu ; Obelisks of Rameses II ; Abu Simbel ; Tanis the capital of the North ; The stele of four hundred years ; Buildings of Rameses II ; Ramesseum ; Temple of Amen ; Gold mines of Wadi 'Ulaki ; Stele of Kubban ; Desert wells dug by Rameses II ; Canal from Bubastis to the Bitter Lakes ; Wives and family of Rameses II ; Tomb and mummy of Rameses II ; Physical characteristics of the king ; Vanity of Rameses II and the decline of Egypt's power ; Mythical exploits of Rameses II ; History of Sesostris by Herodotus ; History of Sesostris by Diodorus ; The reign of Menephthah ; Revolt in Libya ; The king's dream ; Defeat of the Libyans with great slaughter ; Menephthah's hymn of praise ; Mention of the Israelites doubtful ; Opinions of Egyptologists ; Menephthah's building operations ; Discovery of his mummy ; The king was not drowned in the Red Sea --
  • chapter 2. The exodus of the Israelites from Egypt ; Narrative by Josephus ; Amen-Hetep, son of Pa-Hapi the priest ; The lepers ; 80,000 men sent to the quarries ; Avaris and the shepherds ; Osarsiph, the priest of Heliopolis ; 200,000 shepherds come to Avaris ; Amen-Hetep the king attacks them with 300,00 men ; His retreat to Ethiopia ; The priest Osarsiph identified with Moses ; The narrative of Josephus unhistorical ; Exodus in the reign of Amen-Hetep III ; Impossible ; Legend of Manetho ; Josephus confuses the expulsion of the Hyksos with the exodus described in the Bible ; Canaanitish traditions of an exodus ; Traditional exodus under Menephthah ; The Hebrews and the corvee ; Rameses II the oppressor of the Hebrews ; The cities of Pithom and Raamses ; Zoan or Tanis ; Goshen ; The wall from Memphis to Pelusium ; Canal of Rameses II ; Building operations carried on by captives ; Zaphnath-Paaneah ; Meaning of the name ; Potipherah, and Asenath, and Zaphnath-Paaneah names of the XXIInd dynasty ; Date and route of the exodus ; Pithom, Succoth, Etham, Pi-Hahiroth, Migdol, Baal-Zephon ; Dr. Brugsch's theory about the exodus ; Route by way of the "gulfs" of the Sirbonian Bog ; The Red Sea and the Yam-Suph ; Modern theories as to the route of the Israelites ; Views of M. Naville ; Settlement of the exodus difficulties at present impossible ; The reign of Seti II, Mer-en-Ptah ; His building operations ; The scribe Anna and the tale of the two brothers ; The reign of Amen-Meses ; The reign of Sa-Ptah ; End of the XIXth dynasty ; Arsu the Syrian --
  • chapter 3. The twentieth dynasty ; The reign of Set-Nekht ; Period of anarchy in Egypt ; Mummy of Set-Nekht ; Reign of Rameses III (Rhampsinitus) ; His names and titles ; League of Libyan tribes and attack upon Egypt ; Rameses III defeats the league and Mutilates 12,000 dead warriors ; League of Syrian tribes, their defeat on land and sea by Rameses III ; Victorious return to Egypt of Rameses III laden with spoil ; Further attack by the Libyans ; Personal valour of Rameses III ; Great victory of the Egyptians ; The Shaaire ; Rameses III digs a well on the road between Egypt and Syria ; The fleets of Rameses III ; Copper mines of Sinai ; Prosperity of Egypt under Rameses III ; Increase of trade and commerce of all kinds ; The sea trade ; Pavilion of Rameses III and unusual style of its ornamentation ; The temple of Medinet Habu ; Tell El-Yahudiyeh ; The temple of Medinet Habu ; Tell El-Yahudiyeh ; The temple of Khensu at Thebes ; Gifts of Rameses III to the gods of Heliopolis, Abydos and Thebes ; Tomb and mummy of Rameses III ; The conspiracy in the Harim and its discovery ; Trial of the conspirators ; Wife and family of Rameses III ; History of the king by Herodotus ; Reign of Rameses IV ; His mummy and tomb -- Reigns of Rameses V, Rameses VI, Rameses VII, Rameses VIII, Rameses IX ; Robbery of the royal tombs ; Government prosecution of the thieves ; Rameses IX gives the priests of Amen power to levy taxes ; His tomb ; Reign of Rameses X ; Further prosecution of thieves ; Reign of Rameses XI ; The princess of Bekhten ; Reign of Rameses XII ; Growth of the power of the high-priest of Amen, Her-Heru, who on the death of the king usurps the throne
Control code
9780203068830
Extent
1 online resource (xvi, 219 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781135084462
Other control number
10.4324/9780203068830
System control number
(OCoLC)860715559
Label
A history of Egypt from the end of the neolithic period to the death of Cleopatra VII B.C. 30, Vol. V, Egypt under Rameses the Great, E.A. Wallis Budge
Publication
Note
First published in 1902 by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Company
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • chapter 1. The nineteenth dynasty ; The reign of Rameses I ; His treaty with the Kheta ; Expedition against the Nubians ; His tomb and sarcophagus ; The book of the underworld ; Description of the mummy of Rameses I ; The reign of Seti I ; His expedition against the Shasu ; Submission of Ruthen, and Kadesh, and the Kheta tribes ; The Hypostyle Hall at Karnak ; Conquest of Libya, Nubia, Punt, Syria, Cyprus, et cetera ; Working of the mines in Wadi Hammamat and in the Sinaitic Peninsula ; Temple of Redesiyeh ; Emerald mines of Mount Zabara ; The goddess Aasith ; Plan of a gold mine ; The memnonium of Seti I at Abydos ; The gap ; King list of Seti I ; The Hall of Columns ; Tomb of Seti I, or, "Belzoni's tomb" ; Book of the praisings of Ra ; Book of knowing what is in the underworld ; The destruction of mankind ; Sarcophagus of Seti I ; Physical characteristics of Seti I ; Joint reign of Seti I and Rameses II ; Reign of Rameses II ; His name and titles ; Wars in Nubia, Libya, Syria, et cetera ; Nahr al-Kalb, or the Dog River ; Battle against the Kheta ; League of kings of Aleppo, Karkemish, Aradus, and Kadesh ; Egyptian account of the war ; Attack on Kadesh ; Capture of Kadesh ; Personal valour of Rameses II when surrounded by the enemy ; Four divisions of the Egyptian army ; The king's charioteer Menna ; His war horses and his tame lion ; Defeat of the Kheta ; Rameses returns to Egypt ; Renewed hostilities by the Kheta ; The treaty with the Kheta and their prince ; Rameses marries a Kheta princess ; The princess Ra-Neferu ; The possessed princess of Bekhten healed by Khensu ; Obelisks of Rameses II ; Abu Simbel ; Tanis the capital of the North ; The stele of four hundred years ; Buildings of Rameses II ; Ramesseum ; Temple of Amen ; Gold mines of Wadi 'Ulaki ; Stele of Kubban ; Desert wells dug by Rameses II ; Canal from Bubastis to the Bitter Lakes ; Wives and family of Rameses II ; Tomb and mummy of Rameses II ; Physical characteristics of the king ; Vanity of Rameses II and the decline of Egypt's power ; Mythical exploits of Rameses II ; History of Sesostris by Herodotus ; History of Sesostris by Diodorus ; The reign of Menephthah ; Revolt in Libya ; The king's dream ; Defeat of the Libyans with great slaughter ; Menephthah's hymn of praise ; Mention of the Israelites doubtful ; Opinions of Egyptologists ; Menephthah's building operations ; Discovery of his mummy ; The king was not drowned in the Red Sea --
  • chapter 2. The exodus of the Israelites from Egypt ; Narrative by Josephus ; Amen-Hetep, son of Pa-Hapi the priest ; The lepers ; 80,000 men sent to the quarries ; Avaris and the shepherds ; Osarsiph, the priest of Heliopolis ; 200,000 shepherds come to Avaris ; Amen-Hetep the king attacks them with 300,00 men ; His retreat to Ethiopia ; The priest Osarsiph identified with Moses ; The narrative of Josephus unhistorical ; Exodus in the reign of Amen-Hetep III ; Impossible ; Legend of Manetho ; Josephus confuses the expulsion of the Hyksos with the exodus described in the Bible ; Canaanitish traditions of an exodus ; Traditional exodus under Menephthah ; The Hebrews and the corvee ; Rameses II the oppressor of the Hebrews ; The cities of Pithom and Raamses ; Zoan or Tanis ; Goshen ; The wall from Memphis to Pelusium ; Canal of Rameses II ; Building operations carried on by captives ; Zaphnath-Paaneah ; Meaning of the name ; Potipherah, and Asenath, and Zaphnath-Paaneah names of the XXIInd dynasty ; Date and route of the exodus ; Pithom, Succoth, Etham, Pi-Hahiroth, Migdol, Baal-Zephon ; Dr. Brugsch's theory about the exodus ; Route by way of the "gulfs" of the Sirbonian Bog ; The Red Sea and the Yam-Suph ; Modern theories as to the route of the Israelites ; Views of M. Naville ; Settlement of the exodus difficulties at present impossible ; The reign of Seti II, Mer-en-Ptah ; His building operations ; The scribe Anna and the tale of the two brothers ; The reign of Amen-Meses ; The reign of Sa-Ptah ; End of the XIXth dynasty ; Arsu the Syrian --
  • chapter 3. The twentieth dynasty ; The reign of Set-Nekht ; Period of anarchy in Egypt ; Mummy of Set-Nekht ; Reign of Rameses III (Rhampsinitus) ; His names and titles ; League of Libyan tribes and attack upon Egypt ; Rameses III defeats the league and Mutilates 12,000 dead warriors ; League of Syrian tribes, their defeat on land and sea by Rameses III ; Victorious return to Egypt of Rameses III laden with spoil ; Further attack by the Libyans ; Personal valour of Rameses III ; Great victory of the Egyptians ; The Shaaire ; Rameses III digs a well on the road between Egypt and Syria ; The fleets of Rameses III ; Copper mines of Sinai ; Prosperity of Egypt under Rameses III ; Increase of trade and commerce of all kinds ; The sea trade ; Pavilion of Rameses III and unusual style of its ornamentation ; The temple of Medinet Habu ; Tell El-Yahudiyeh ; The temple of Medinet Habu ; Tell El-Yahudiyeh ; The temple of Khensu at Thebes ; Gifts of Rameses III to the gods of Heliopolis, Abydos and Thebes ; Tomb and mummy of Rameses III ; The conspiracy in the Harim and its discovery ; Trial of the conspirators ; Wife and family of Rameses III ; History of the king by Herodotus ; Reign of Rameses IV ; His mummy and tomb -- Reigns of Rameses V, Rameses VI, Rameses VII, Rameses VIII, Rameses IX ; Robbery of the royal tombs ; Government prosecution of the thieves ; Rameses IX gives the priests of Amen power to levy taxes ; His tomb ; Reign of Rameses X ; Further prosecution of thieves ; Reign of Rameses XI ; The princess of Bekhten ; Reign of Rameses XII ; Growth of the power of the high-priest of Amen, Her-Heru, who on the death of the king usurps the throne
Control code
9780203068830
Extent
1 online resource (xvi, 219 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781135084462
Other control number
10.4324/9780203068830
System control number
(OCoLC)860715559

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