Migdol: A New Fortress on the Edge of the Eastern Nile Delta

@inproceedings{Oren1984MigdolAN,
  title={Migdol: A New Fortress on the Edge of the Eastern Nile Delta},
  author={Eliezer D. Oren},
  year={1984}
}
T he Mediterranean coastal strip of the Sinai Peninsula, stretching between the Suez Canal and the Gaza Strip, was by far the most important link between Egypt and Canaan from prehistoric times. The well-traveled highways of North Sinai-the Egyptian "Ways-of-Horus," the biblical "Way of the land of the Philistines," or the Classical via maris-facilitated the passage of countless military expeditions and trade caravans between the Nile Delta and Asia. Because of its strategic, political, and… CONTINUE READING

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