The Nile Level Records at Karnak and their Importance for the History of the Libyan Period (Dynasties XXII and XXIII)

@inproceedings{Beckerath1966TheNL,
  title={The Nile Level Records at Karnak and their Importance for the History of the Libyan Period (Dynasties XXII and XXIII)},
  author={J. Von Beckerath},
  year={1966}
}
They were used by Breasted in his attempt of reconstruction of the chronology of the XXII and XXIII Dynasties.4 The order which Legrain gave to these 45 little inscriptions running from the reign of Shoshenq I to that of Psametik I was ever since considered as serious argument in the discussion of the difficult problems of the history of the Libyan Period. One instance only : From the fact that Legrain enumerates three records with destroyed dates (his numbers 19-21) after the one of Year 14… CONTINUE READING