Domination and Resistance: Egyptian Military Activity in the Southern Levant, Ca. 1300-1185 B.C.

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BRILL, Jan 1, 1998 - History - 372 pages
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In the narrow sense this volume deals with Egyptian military activity in the southern Levant, about 1300 to 1185 B.C. In the broad sense it provides a case study for the integration of historical, archaeological, and anthropological perspectives. Basing himself on a new comprehensive concordance of terms in Egyptian military accounts, the author starts with a contextual analysis of over thirty terms and clauses. With the Egyptian perception of events established, two chapters are devoted to the archaeological evidence for Egyptian presence, influence, and destruction at over forty site, regional, and socio-ethnic toponyms in the southern Levant. In conclusion, an unprecedented research paradigm is presented for the assessment of Egyptian military activity. This volume includes illustrations, maps, and an extensive bibliography essential to Near Eastern historians, sociologists, archaeologists, Egyptologists and biblical scholars.
  

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Contents

HISTORICAL TEXTUAL AND ICONOGRAPHIC
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phd
30
ptpt
31
jh
33
mh
34
kwi
36
hwtf
37
hsk
38
hjk Verb
71
hjkw and hjkt Noun
73
kf
74
Military Action Against CropsOrchardsTrees
75
Jk
76
prt
77
mat
81
Iconography
82

Mb
39
hf
40
htb
52
Mb
53
smj
54
shr
56
ski
57
sd
59
gbgb
61
dr
62
Annihilation
63
tin
64
EnslavementTributeGifts
65
inw
69
Conflagration
84
Metaphor for the Egyptian Army and Battle
85
Direct References to Conflagration
86
Conclusions
87
ELEMENTS
91
Seti I
118
Ramses II
151
ARCHAEOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS
194
TOWARD A PARADIGM FOR EGYPTIAN MILI
240
THE STRUCTURE OF THE MERENPTAH
257
WORKS CITED
272
INDEXES
353
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About the author (1998)

Michael G. Hasel, Ph.D. (1996) in Near Eastern Studies, University of Arizona, is Assistant Professor of Religion at Southern Adventist University. His extensive archaeological excavations in the Middle East include Ashkelon, Dor, Gezer, Masada, and Tell Miqne-Ekron in Israel and Tell Jalul in Jordan.

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