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Tell Héboua-Tjarou. L'apport de l'épigraphie (Pl. I-XI)

@article{elMaksoud2005TellHL,
  title={Tell H{\'e}boua-Tjarou. L'apport de l'{\'e}pigraphie (Pl. I-XI)},
  author={Mohamed Abd el-Maksoud and Dominique Valbelle},
  journal={Revue d'{\'E}gyptologie},
  year={2005},
  volume={56},
  pages={1-44}
}
Presentation recapitulative des decouvertes epigraphiques faites sur le site de Tell Heboua-Tjarou depuis le debut, en 1981, des fouilles de l'inspectorat du Nord-Sinai (CSA) dirigees par M. Abd el-Maksoud; et edition de statues, steles et reliefs recemment mis au jour par la Mission. Elles contribuent a une meilleure connaissance de la chronologie, mais aussi des divinites et de l'administration du site. En particulier, deux statues portent le toponyme Tjarou: une statuette de la Deuxieme… 

Which Way Out of Egypt? Physical Geography Related to the Exodus Itinerary

The Exodus narrative is rich with geographic references that are properly understood in the context of the ancient landscape of the eastern Nile Delta and adjacent Sinai Peninsula. Changes in the

Second Intermediate Period

Author(s): Ilin-Tomich, Alexander | Abstract: In the Second Intermediate Period (late 13th to 17th Dynasty), the territories that had been ruled by the centralized Egyptian state—including Lower

The logistics of the New Kingdom Egyptian Military in the Levant

Warfare in the New Kingdom has been described as a revolution in military organisation. For the first time in Egyptian history, New Kingdom armies were composed of full-time soldiers that were

A Possible Location in Northwest Sinai for the Sea and Land Battles between the Sea Peoples and Ramesses III

  • J. K. Hoffmeier
  • History
    Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research
  • 2018
The naval invasion of Egypt during the reign of Ramesses III by the Sea Peoples, coupled with the land invasion, represent critical events in ancient Egyptian history. This study explores a location