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By Erik Hornung, Rolf Krauss, David A Warburton

ISBN-10: 9004113851

ISBN-13: 9789004113855

This quantity bargains with the chronology of historical Egypt from the fourth millennium until eventually the Hellenistic interval. An preliminary part stories the principles of Egyptian chronology, either historic and sleek, from annals and kinglists to C14 analyses of archaeological facts. experts speak about resources, assemble lists of identified dates, and study biographical details within the part dedicated to relative chronology. The editors are liable for the ultimate part which makes an attempt a synthesis of the full diversity of accessible information to reach at replacement absolute chronologies. the possible readership comprises experts in close to jap and Aegean experiences in addition to Egyptologists.

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Ryholt, ZÄS 127 (2000), 91, 94–96. 12 There is not space enough for this figure to have included years, months and days; possibly even the years were excluded and simply the number of kings recorded. The number of years is based on the summations for Dyns. 6–8 and 1–8. 13 Lit. “kingship”; clearly an error. w], see Ryholt, Ä&L 14 (2004), 142, n. 38. w], which produces the same sense, was proposed by J. P. Allen at the colloquium The Second Intermediate Period: Current research, future prospects at the British Museum, 2004.

I. 1 They list kings in an apparently correct sequence and render their names in forms superior to those of the more or less contemporaneous TC. 2 By contrast, the king-list at Karnak from the time of Thutmose III, though mentioning a number of rulers omitted in other lists, does not give the names in historical sequence. Since all these lists served the cult of the deceased kings, the names sufficed, and further information, such as regnal years, was not necessary. None mentions kings considered to be illegitimate, for example Hatshepsut or the Amarna rulers.

6–8 and 1–8, see W. Barta, MDAIK 35 (1979), 13–14, and K. Ryholt, ZÄS 127 (2000), 91, 94–96. 12 There is not space enough for this figure to have included years, months and days; possibly even the years were excluded and simply the number of kings recorded. The number of years is based on the summations for Dyns. 6–8 and 1–8. 13 Lit. “kingship”; clearly an error. w], see Ryholt, Ä&L 14 (2004), 142, n. 38. w], which produces the same sense, was proposed by J. P. Allen at the colloquium The Second Intermediate Period: Current research, future prospects at the British Museum, 2004.

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