Ancient Records of Egypt; Historical Documents from the Earliest Times to the Persian Conquest Volume 5

Ancient Records of Egypt; Historical Documents from the Earliest Times to the Persian Conquest Volume 5

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ...is uncertain, but the lands of the upper Euphrates are meant), II 120, 321, 402, 657; III 480; IV 90.--Applied to the Kode-folk, II 657; of the lands of Mitanni, II 659; of Fenkhu, III 118.--Marshes of Asia, II 321; eastern boundary of Egypt, II 321; tribute from, II 385; III 434.--Marshes of the earth, revolt in, II 416; as far as Naharin, II 631; III 115, 118, 434. Mazoi: negro tribe, I 311, 317; chief of, I324; people of, captured by Amen emhet I, I 483; gendarmes of, IV 466. Me, Great Chiefs Of: Sheshonk, IV 675, 677, 678, 680; Namlot, IV 676, 678, 683, 685, 686, 687; see also Meshwesh and Index V: Chiefs. Meber, III 578. Mehay: dom palm of, IV 234. Medinet Habu: Themet, a region of, IV 634 n. b.--Pylon inscriptions by Ramses III, IV 61-68, 85-92, 94-99. 101-6, 130, 132-35. 137-38.--Temple inscription by Thutmose III, II 638-41, Ramses III, IV 4-17, Palestine: inscriptions in, I 8; civilization of, I 20; campaign in southern Palestine by Uni, I 315; people from, settling in Delta, III 10; conquered by Ramses II, III 471. See also Syria, Kharu Zahi, Retenu. Panopolis: nome of, north of Thinis, I 529 n. e; Min, lord of, II 181; Min, Horus and Isis of, IV 366; temple of Min in, II 181; IV 366. Patoris: nomes of, IV 905. Pauzy: temple of Thoth in, IV 368. Pe: souls of, I 264; temple of Buto in, I 500; gods of, II 888; Horus, lord of, IV 1017; Buto, mistress of, I 500; royal statue of Sesostris for, I 500; Mentuhotep, lord of, I 512. Pedes: III 306, 349; ally of Kheta, III 309 n. d, 312. Pedetishew: transporting grain in ships to Kheta, III 580. Peher: captured by Seti I, III 114. Pekanan: city in Palestine, III 88; plundered by Merneptah, III 617.--Pekanan: as part of a temple name, according to which Zahi would be a part of Pekanan, IV 219....show more

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