Ancient Egypt and the Near East: An Illustrated History
Ancient Egypt and the Near East explores the early civilizations that developed in Egypt and Mesopotamia between the start of farming in the Nile Valley around 6000 BCE and the defeat of the Persians by Alexander the Great in 330 BCE.
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Egypts Middle Kingdom
Egypts New Kingdom
Ahmose Ahura Mazda Akhenaton Akkad Akkadian Empire Amarna Amenemhet Amenhotep Amon Anatolia ancient Aramaeans archaeologists army Ashur Assyrian Empire Assyrian king Babylon Babylonian battle bce mmm became bronze building built called Cambyses campaign Canaan capital Carthage century BCE chariot city-states civil clay conquered culture cuneiform cuneiform script Cyrus Darius death defeated deities depicts dynasty Early Dynastic Egypt Egyptian Euphrates River expedition goddess gods Greek Gudea Gutians Hammurabi Hatshepsut Hattushash Hittite Empire Hurrians Hyksos inscriptions Ishtar Israel Israelites Jerusalem Kassite land Marduk Mediterranean Mentuhotep Mesopotamia Middle Kingdom military millennium BCE Mitanni Nebuchadnezzar Nile Nimrud Nineveh northern Old Kingdom palace period pharaoh Phoenicians present-day priests pyramids Ramses region reign relief royal tombs ruled ruler Sargon script Semitic Sennacherib Sesostris Shalmaneser southern Mesopotamia statue stele stone Sumer Sumerian Syria tablets temple texts Thebes throne Thutmose Thutmose III trade tribes Tyre Uruk walls western Asia