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Based on the hieroglyphic texts of the Ramesses Age of Ancient
Egypt (c.1300-1100 BC), the books in this series present a modern
English translation of the vast majority of historical sources for
this important epoch of Egyptian history. This volume covers a
period of political and economic decline in Egypt until the death
of the final king of the Twentieth Dynasty (c.1155-1078 BC).
The latest in a respected series of translations of the
hieroglyphic texts of the Ramesside Age of Ancient Egypt
Coverage includes the rise of the power in priesthood and the
decline in the power of kings, from political corruption, drought,
famine, and economic upheaval
Many texts included have been translated into English for the
first time in this volume