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Unformatted text preview: Sheet1 Page 1 The New Kingdom Egypt: The New Kingdom I was always fascinated with the Egyptians and their way of life. The way they utilized the water, the land and the tools s Expansion continued under the reign of Amenophis II and Thutmose IV. Amenophis III was the next king and under his Merneptah was the next successor and he spent most of his rule forcing back invaders from Libya and the Mediterranean. The Last king of the 19th dynasty was Seti II. He defended the Egyptian empire from Libya and the Mediterranean foes also. This was not the end of the Egyptians but it was to lead to the demise of the Egyptian empire. Through their Art and sculptur I will always be fascinated with the accomplishments of this ancient civilization. I just named some of their achievements and Works Cited Deborah Howard, Exploring Ancient World Cultures, Essays on Ancient Egypt, The Egyptian Culture Reflected in Worsh Deborah Howard, Exploring Ancient World Cultures, Essays on Ancient Egypt, The Egyptian Culture Reflected in Worship[ci online] [cited December 1996] http://lcweb2.loc.gov/frd/cs/egtoc.html available from http://www.clpgh.org/cmnh/exhibits/egypt/religion.html The Egyptians knew how to utilize the water and make dams to irrigate their crops and bathe during the first Egyptian civilizat The Egyptian art and architectures during the New Kingdom still leaves people in awe to this day. Cyril Aldred stated h The N The tomb artifacts, and the tomb paintings are like a doorway to ancient Egypt. From the artifacts in the tombs, archaeologist hTo keep the monument within it's past and present shape, the Ancient Egyptians from the Old Kingdom into the new, and ev hThe ancient Egyptians interpreted every occurrence in terms of relationship between natural and supernatural forces.h The Egypt was divided into Lower Egypt (north) and Upper Egypt (south). Early in the history of Egypt they were unified. This uni Thutmose III ruled from 1490-1436 B.C. and he lead profound campaigns against the Palestinehs, Syria, and the Northe Hatshepsut was the queen of Egypt during the 18th dynasty. She ruled from ca. 1503 to 1480 B.C. hIn contrast to the Akhenaten (Amenhotep IV, 1364-1347 B.C.) ruled towards the end of the 18th dynasty. Akhenaten (Amenhotep IV, 1364-1347 B....
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2011 for the course ENGL 1301 taught by Professor Chumchal during the Spring '08 term at Blinn College.
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