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Ancient Egypt was an ancient civilization in eastern North Africa concentrated along the lower reaches of the Nile River in what is today was developed during the next three millennia. His story was in a stable series of kingdoms, separated by periods of relative instability known as the interim periods. State of the pharaohs officially ended in 31 BC, when the early Roman Empire conquered Egypt and became a province. We will continue the story from the early days for Roma journalists here.

 

The success of the ancient Egyptian civilization arose in part from its ability to adapt to the conditions of the Nile Valley Floods predictable and controlled irrigation de la Vega produce surplus crops, which fueled social development and culture. With resources to spare, the government sponsored mineral exploitation of the valley and surrounding desert regions, the early development of an independent writing system, the organization of the collective motivation and organization of these activities context of an elaborate system of religious beliefs. The many achievements of the ancient Egyptians include mining, topography of medicine, irrigation lasting legacy. His art and architecture were copied far and its antiquities led to far corners of the world as the many collections in the world museums testify. Its monumental ruins have inspired the imagination of travelers and writers for centuries.

Egypt is also the scene of many biblical events. The following agricultural practices are also mentioned in a relatively early stage of the Bible, Deuteronomy 11:10, for example: "The earth is going to take over is not like the land of Egypt, from which have come in who planted their seed and irrigation foot or in a garden. "The Bible also says which the Israelites lived in "Goshen" (Genesis 45:10, etc.) and "district of Rameses" (Genesis 47:11, etc.) during their stay. Archaeological evidence Semitic presence in the eastern delta, at the time the Bible says the Israelites lived in Egypt, indicates that this is the site of Goshen and Rameses, as discussed in the summary 19:9, Is 37:9), Necho (II, Dynasty 26, 2 Kings 23:29) and Hofra / Apries (26 Dynasty, Jer 44:30).

Biblical events occur in Egypt almost exclusively in Lower Egypt where the Israelites settled in Goshen. Abraham, Joseph, Jacob and Moses all lived in the eastern delta. Jeremiah, and even the Holy Family, also visited the delta region. There can be dount ancient Egypt has had a profound influence on our culture and a new respect for antiquities and of their cultural heritage of Egypt and the world.

The major phases in the history of Ancient Egypt

We can divide the history of Ancient Egypt in 11 main phases - see Sections 1.11 below:

For the modern nomadic human hunter-gatherers began living in the region until the final Middle Pleistocene about 120,000 years ago, the Nile has been the backbone of Egypt. The fertile floodplain of the Nile gave humans the opportunity to develop a settled agricultural economy and more sophisticated, centralized society that became a cornerstone of the Egyptian climate was less arid it is today. Large parts of Egypt were covered with wooded savanna, crossed by herds of grazing ungulates. Foliage and wildlife are much more prolific in all around have been first domesticated. By 5500 BC, small tribes living in the Nile valley had become a series of cultures demonstrating firm control of agriculture and cattle raising its high quality ceramics, stone tools and their use of copper. In northern Egypt, the Badari was followed by cultures and Amratian Gerzian showed a series of technological improvements. In times Gerzian, there is early evidence of contact with the coast of Canaan and Byblos. In southern Egypt, the Naqada culture, similar to the Badari, began to spread along the Nile in 4000 BC. As early as the Naqada I period, obsidian predynastic Egyptians imported from Ethiopia, used to shape of leaves and other objects of scales.

During a period of about 1000 years, the Naqada culture developed from a small farming communities few in a powerful civilization whose leaders were in complete control of the population and resources of the Nile Valley The establishment of a power center at Hierakonpolis, and later at Abydos in western and eastern Mediterranean cultures to the east. The Naqada culture manufactured a wide range of material goods, reflecting the growing power and wealth of the elite, which included painted pottery of high quality decorative stone vases, cosmetic palettes, and jewelry of gold, lapis lazuli, and ivory. They also developed a ceramic glaze known asfaience was used well into the Roman Period to decorate cups, amulets and figurines. During the pre-dynastic

2) Archaic Period

The third century BC Egyptian priest Manetho grouped the timeline of the pharaohs from Menes to his own time in 30 dynasties, a system still in use today. He chose to begin their official history with the king named "Meni" (Or Menes in Greek), which was then believed to have united the two kingdoms of Upper and Lower Egypt (about a symbolic act of unification. In the first dynastic period of 3150 BC, the first of the Dynastic Pharaohs consolidated its control over lower Egypt by establishing a capital at Memphis, which could control the force during the dynastic period was reflected in his mastaba tombs and funerary structures develop cult at Abydos, which were used to celebrate the deified pharaoh after his death. The strong institution of kingship developed by the pharaohs served to legitimize state control over land, labor and resources that are essential for survival and growth of the civilization of ancient Egypt.

3) Old Kingdom c.2560 BC - c.2134 BC

Impressive advances in architecture, construction, and established a system of justice to maintain peace and order. With the surplus resources made available by a productive and stable economy, the state the economic power of the pharaohs, who could no longer afford to support a large centralized management. As the power of Pharaoh governors decreased regional called nomes began to challenge the supremacy of the pharaoh. This, coupled with droughts between 2200 and 2150 BC, ultimately caused the country enters a period of 140 years of famine and conflict is known as the First Intermediate Period.

4) First Period Intermediate

After Egypt, the central government collapsed in late Old Kingdom, the administration could no longer support the wars civilians. However, despite the difficult problems, local leaders, owing no tribute to the pharaoh, used their newfound independence to establish a culture control of Upper Egypt. As the Intefs grew in power and expanded its control to the north, a confrontation between the two rival dynasties was inevitable. Around 2055 BC Thebes forces Nebhepetre Mentuhotep II finally defeated the rulers Herakleopolitan collect, restore the Middle Kingdom pharaohs of the country's prosperity and stability, Pharaohs of Dynasty 12 conducted a land reclamation and long-term irrigation to increase agricultural production in the region. Moreover, military reconquered territory in Nubia rich in quarries and gold mines, while workers built a defensive structure in the Eastern Delta, called "The walls rule ', to defend against foreign attack. Having secured military and political security and vast agricultural and mineral wealth, the population of country, art and religion flourished. In contrast to elitist Old Kingdom attitudes towards the gods, the Middle Kingdom experienced an increase in expressions of piety Intermediate in the later dynasties 13 and 14. During this descent, Asian foreign settlers began to take control of the delta region, with the time came to power in Egypt, the Hyksos.

6) Second Intermediate Period and the Hyksos

Around 1650 BC, as the power of the pharaohs weakened the Middle Kingdom, Asian immigrants living in the eastern city of Delta Avaris took control of the region and forced the central government to retreat to Thebes, where the pharaoh was treated as a vassal and expected to pay tribute.The Hyksos ("foreign rulers") imitated Egyptian models of government and portrayed themselves themselves as pharaohs, thus Nubian allies, the Cushitic, to the south. Almost 100 years of tenuous inaction followed, and it was not until 1555 BC that the forces of Thebes gathered enough strength to challenge the Hyksos in a conflict that lasted more than 30 years. The pharaohs Tao II and Kamose Seqenenre were finally able to defeat loyalties and opening access to critical imports such as bronze and wood. The pharaohs of the New Kingdom began a campaign of large-scale construction to promote and a chapel at Karnak. Despite its achievements, nephew-stepson Thutmose III, Hatshepsut, tried to erase her legacy near the end of his reign, possibly in retaliation for usurping his throne. Around 1350 BC, the stability of the New Kingdom was threatened when Amenhotep IV ascended the throne and established a series of radical and chaotic. Changing your name to Akhenaten, which promotes the previously obscure sun god Aten as the supreme deity, suppressed the worship of other deities, and attacked the priestly power of creation. Moving the capital to the new town quickly abandoned, and later pharaohs Tutankhamun, Ay, Horemheb and erase all mention of Akhenaten's heresy, now known as the Amarna Period. Around 1279 BC, Ramses II, also known as Ramses the Great, ascended the throne, and went on to build more temples build more statues and obelisks, and father more children than people of the sea. Initially, the army was able to repel invasions, but Egypt eventually lost control of Syria and Palestine. The impact of external threats was exacerbated by internal home during the Third Intermediate Period.

8) Third Period Intermediate

After the death of Ramesses XI, at Thebes, who recognized Smendes name only. During this time, Libyans had been established of the dynasty called Libyan or Bubastite would rule for 200 years. Shoshenq also gained control of southern Egypt by placing his family of 727 BC, the Kushite king Piye invaded the north, seizing control of Thebes and eventually the Delta. Powerful Egyptian prestige declined considerably between 671 and 667 BC, the enjoyed several victories. Ultimately, the Assyrians pushed back into Nubia Kushites, occupied Memphis, and sacked the temples of Thebes.

9) short but strong on the economy and culture, but in 525 BC, the Persians powerful, led by Cambyses II, began his conquest of Egypt, eventually capturing Pharaoh Psamtik III at the Battle of Pelusium. Cambyses II, took the formal title of Pharaoh, but he ruled Egypt from his home in Susa, leaving Egypt under the Persia, Egypt joined with Cyprus and Phoenicia in the sixth Achaemenid satrap of the Persian Empire. This first period of Persian rule over Egypt, also known as the Twenty dynasty ended in 402 a. C., 380 to 343 BC, the dynasty ruled as the last XXX real native home of dynastic Egypt, which ended Nectanebo II's reign. A brief restoration of Persian Empire, sometimes known as Dynasty XXXI, began in 343 BC, but soon after, in 332 BC, the ruler Mazaca Persian Egypt gave to Alexander the Great without a fight [56].

10) Ptolemaic Dynasty 332 BC-30 BC In 332 BC

Alexander the Great conquered Egypt with little resistance from the Persians and was welcomed by the Egyptians as a liberator. The government established by Alexander's successors, the Ptolemies, the based on an Egyptian model and based on the new capital of Alexandria. The city was to show the power and prestige of the Greek government, and became an educational and culture, focusing on the famous Library of Alexandria. The Pharos lighthouse lit the way for the many boats that maintains the flow of trade through the city, influence of Greek sculpture traditional Egyptian motifs. Despite his efforts to appease the Egyptians, the Ptolemies were challenged by the Indian rebellion, bitter family rivalries, and the powerful mafia of Alexandria, which was formed after the death of Ptolemy IV. Moreover, as Rome was based on imports of wheat

Egypt Emperor Augustus) in the battle of Actium. The Romans relied heavily on grain shipments from Egypt and the Roman army, under the control a prefect appointed by the Emperor, put down rebellions, meet strict tax collection and avoid heavy attacks by bandits, who had become a noticeable problem during the period. Alexandria became an increasingly important center on the trade route to the Orient as an exotic luxury were in high demand in Rome. Although the Romans had a more hostile attitude toward the Greeks the Egyptians, represented as Pharaohs, but not to the extent that the Ptolemies and closed to the Egyptians. Since the mid-first century, Christianity took root in Alexandria, and was seen as another religion could be accepted. However, it was an uncompromising religion that sought to win converts from paganism and threatened the popular religious tradition. This led to the persecution of converts to Christianity culminating in the great purges of departure in 303 AD Diocletian, but eventually imposed Christianity. In 391 AD the Christians introduced EmperorTheodosius legislation prohibiting pagan rites and temples shut. Alexandria became the scene of large anti-riot pagan religious imagery, public private and destroyed. As a result, Egypt's pagan culture was continually declining. While the native population continued to speak their language, the ability read the hieroglyphic script was disappearing as the role of Egyptian priests and priestesses of the temple down. They sometimes became temples to churches or abandoned in the desert.

For more historical summaries and outlines, please see other articles by Dr. Simon Harding www.chronosconsulting.com www.biblon.com

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