By R. David, Anthony E. David
Very important ancient and cultural figures in addition to a few recognized members in Egypt's lengthy background (c 3100 BC - c advert six hundred) are integrated during this paintings of reference. Rulers and individuals in their households, major figures and critical foreigners with whom the Egyptians got here into touch are all integrated. The entries are in accordance with unique resource fabric and there are bibliographies for every access.
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6 robin-bobin AMENEMOPE Amasis King 570–526 BC. Amasis originally held the position of army general in Nubia under *Psammetichus II, but he was placed on the throne following a nationalistic uprising which attempted to rid Egypt of King *Apries. According to *Herodotus, Amasis came from an ordinary background; historical sources represent him as a popular, shrewd and sometimes drunken ruler. The civil war in which the native Egyptians supported him against *Apries and his *Greek mercenary forces came to a conclusion with Amasis’ triumph at the battle of Momemphis.
BIBL. AEL ii. pp 12–21; Vandersleyen, C. Les Guerres d’Amosis, fondateur de la XVIIIe dynastie. Brussels: 1971, pp. 17–87. Ancestors, Previous kings of Egypt. The concept of the Royal Ancestors was probably as old as the monarchy. They were the body of legitimate rulers whom the ruling king worshipped collectively; at death, he became one of them. Each king, whether he was the direct heir or had usurped the throne, regarded the former kings as his ancestors and was able to rule Egypt only with their agreement.
This text differs in two main respects from earlier examples: it reflects a livelier literary style, and is couched in terms of the advice which Any, a minor official, gives to his son, in comparison with the royal or aristocratic background of most of the earlier texts. Thus it illustrates the expansion of the middle classes during the New Kingdom and indicates the advice and training they received. Secondly, a new element is introduced in the Epilogue where the son, instead of accepting his father’s advice without question, now disputes it; this introduces a debate between father and son, although the validity of the teachings is eventually accepted.
A Biographical Dictionary of Ancient Egypt by R. David, Anthony E. David