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Decline in ancient Egypt? A reassessment of the late new kingdom and third intermediate period

@inproceedings{Cole2017DeclineIA,
  title={Decline in ancient Egypt? A reassessment of the late new kingdom and third intermediate period},
  author={Mushett Cole and E. James},
  year={2017}
}
The late New Kingdom and Third Intermediate Period (1215-650 BC) have been, and continue to be, interpreted as periods of decline and dramatic change within ancient Egyptian history. This thesis challenges such views through an analysis of those interpretations and the evidence used to support them. In so doing I have evaluated if these periods do reflect a decline from previous periods and if the changes were as all-encompassing as previously suggested. In order to carry out this evaluation… Expand

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