Egypt and the Kingdom of Judah under Josiah and Jehoiakim

@article{Schipper2010EgyptAT,
  title={Egypt and the Kingdom of Judah under Josiah and Jehoiakim},
  author={Bernd U. Schipper},
  journal={Tel Aviv},
  year={2010},
  volume={37},
  pages={200 - 226}
}
Abstract Based on an evaluation of archaeological, epigraphic and egyptian material the article argues that in the final decades of the 7th century BCE (ca. 630) the egyptian pharaoh Psammetichus I filled the power vacuum created in the southern levant by the departure of the Assyrians. Presumably, after the march to the Tigris in 616, he established with the help of his Greek mercenaries an egyptian-controlled system of vassal-states with a fortress at Mezad Hashavyahu; a network of royal… Expand
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