Essay- Egypt - Ramses and Egypt in this period Egypt is one...

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Ramses and Egypt in this period Egypt is one of the part of Elizabeth Pollard’s work “World Together Worlds Apart” ConciseEdition W.W. Norton & company, and “World together World apart” vol. 1: Beginning throughthe fifteenth Century, Concise Edition1, W.W. Norton & company. Elizabeth Ann Pollard has hisgraduation in history of ancient world, in particular of Roman and Greek civilizations. Shegraduated University of Pennsylvania and North Carolina State University, she studied history asher major. Pollard is associate professor of SDSU (San Diego State University) from 2009. Sheis also author of history-based works. One of the most important book of Pollard is “Worldtogether World apart”. This book includes period of history from first human appearing tosixteenth century. Pollard’s works help readers to fully understand text and discuss it.Ramesses II (Ramses) or Ramses the Great was third pharaoh of nineteenth dynasty of Egypt,after death of his father Seti I, who was the ruler of New created kingdom, Ramesses claimed hiscrone and became one of the greatest pharaoh ever. Before Ramesses became pharaoh, Egyptkingdom was expanding and they always had conflict with neighbor counties. Egyptian people,with the leading of Sati I.For this time, the main enemy of Egypt were Hittites, the North-Eastparts of Asia, but Sati I had successful campaigns against Hittites. Seti I had been trying to avoidsocial disorder from the aftermath of Akhenaten, Horemheb (The last king of eighteenth dynasty)and Ramses I’s previous reigns. Also, Seti I had to continually spread his power over Canaan andSyria to deal with Hittites attacks and avoid negative influence to pharaoh and his authority. SatiI was not able to destroy all Hittite kingdom and after he died this task left to Ramses. From thebeginning of his ruling, he overtook territories around his kingdom and Egypt became the1W. W. Norton & company, “World together World apart”[Eli]

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