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Ancient Records of Egypt, Volume 3: The Nineteenth Dynasty
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Ancient Records of Egypt, Volume 3: The Nineteenth Dynasty

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University of Chicago Press 1906

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Overview

The third volume deals with the events of the nineteenth Dynasty. Breasted gathers much cultural information from this time period, including laws for the benefit of common citizens, accounts of the various wars, and dealings with prisoners of war. Each war is described in great detail, including battles with the Syria, Libya, and Kadesh. He finds his material from many of the temples and reliefs from that time period. There is also a list of helpful figures and hieroglyphics depicting some of the battle scenes and rulers of this time period.

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Product Details

  • Title: Volume 3: The Nineteenth Dynasty
  • Author: James Henry Breasted
  • Publisher: University of Chicago Press
  • Publication Date: 1906
  • Pages: 312

About James Henry Breasted

James Henry Breasted was a leading American scholar, historian, and archeologist around the turn of the nineteenth century. He focused in ancient Egyptian studies, as well as what became known as the Near East. He was a professor at the University of Chicago and director of the Haskell Oriental Museum in Chicago. He led several archeological expeditions throughout his career to Egypt and the Far East. Breasted was also among those who discovered the tomb of Tutankhamun in 1922.