The Egyptian expansion in the near east in the saite period

@inproceedings{Bassir2018TheEE,
  title={The Egyptian expansion in the near east in the saite period},
  author={Hussein Bassir},
  year={2018}
}
The Saite foreign policy is well documented in Egyptian, biblical, Assyrian, Babylonian and Classical resources. We use these primary resources to reconstruct the history of the region in the period. While some scholars suggest that Egypt established an empire in the Levant in the Saite Period, this article demonstrates that after the end of the Egyptian empire in the Levant by the Late New Kingdom in ca. 1085 BC, then a gap before the Saite kings started to set up points of interest and… 

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