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    The New Kingdom in Ancient Egypt During the New Kingdom period, the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries dynasties ruled. The New Kingdom starts in 1570 B.C.E with the 18th century and falls during the 20th century signaling the end of the New Kingdom in 1070 B.C.E. During this time the kingdom is expanding and the economy is growing. Some of the greatest leaders are emerging as they build up and reconstruct the kingdom back from the chaos of the middle kingdom. The most important characteristic of the New Kingdom is expansion. The growth of the kingdom and the success of most of the pharaohs, collectively created the greatest time period of ancient Egypt also known as the golden age of civilization. The New Kingdom had great land expansions…

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    Basic Characteristics The Land Around 5,000 years ago along the River Nile for almost 30 centuries (BBC History) Nile River flooded between July to October History Hieroglyphs (Written language) decoded 2,000 years later (BBC History) Alexander the Great takes Egypt in 332 B.C (BBC History) Three Kingdoms: The Old Kingdom, The Middle Kingdom, and The New Kingdom. Information about their governments in “VI. Ancient Egyptian Government and Hierarchy” (Britannica) Egyptian Writing and Language…

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    different eras or periods. The New Kingdom era, for example, emerged in 1539 B.C. and lasted until 1069 B.C. with three different dynasties of kings appearing (Wilkinson 2010: xxi). In the 470 years that the New Kingdom period of Egypt lasted, a highly stratified social organization of kingship existed alongside the powerful culture found within the state. The social organization was so highly stratified that the Egyptian state of the New Kingdom appeared to be wholly dominated by the use of…

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    example, the decedents of Ramses VII, Thutmose I and Amenhotep II all buried themselves in the Valley of Kings. This had shown that the first discovered pharaoh to bury himself in the Valley of the Kings was Ramses VII and he represented the 20th dynasty. Thutmose I represented the 18th Dynasty and Amenhotep II came from the 18th dynasty. When Thutmose I buried himself in the Valley of the Kings; his successors followed his set precedent. “During Egypt 's New Kingdom (1539-1075 B.C.) the valley…

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    also faced really bad and serious challenges when he barely became pharaoh. He had to find a lot of men who could join him and fight against the hittites and kadesh because at first he had to find out how he was going to create a larger army because the hittites were stronger than he thought that they were so he had to find lots of egyptians so he could overrule them and rule kadesh. One of his other major weakness was that when he would die he would die he would rule egypt as a god and his son…

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    Due to the peace treaty, the rest of Ramesses II’s reign was devoted to both building and honouring the gods. However, it is clear by the sheer amount of temples Ramesses constructed during his reign that he believed that the construction of temples was a significant part of his duty to become a successful pharaoh. Hurley, Medcalf, Murrary, and Rolph hypothesis that temples were a vital part of the efficient functioning of a country as they supplied a permanent source of revenue for Egypt. This…

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    The african elephant lies in the phylum chordata because it has tissues, and a coelom. Along with having these two attributes, it is bilaterally symmetrical and also possesses a dorsal,tubular nerve cord and a postanal tail. It lies in the class Mammalia because it possess hair which is made of keratin, the hair provides insulation. It is endothermic (the majority of the heat energy is used to maintain their high body temperature). It has a 4 chamber heart. They also have mammary glands that are…

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    How To Kill Psallops?

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    Two new fossil representatives of plant bugs of the family Miridae that belong to the subfamily Psallopinae: Psallops eocenicus sP. nov. and Psallops bitterfeldi sP. nov. from Baltic amber (Upper Eocene) are described as new specimens. These representatives of Psallopinae are one of the oldest fossil bugs of the recent genus Psallops to be known to date. Keywords Heteroptera, Miridae, Psallopoinae, Psallops, new species, Eocene Baltic amber. Introduction The extinct Psallopinae are important for…

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    Rock Wallaby Introduction: The Yellow Footed wallaby is the largest known species of wallabies. They are native to South Australia, Queensland and NSW. Rock Wallabies are known for their distinct colourful features; their yellow paws and feet, yellow tail with brown rings, covered in soft grey fur on his back and a white underbelly, sporting white stripe patterns on the flank, hips and cheeks. The average male weighs 11 kg and the average female weighs 6-7kg. In June 2011, the Yellow Footed…

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    Narrative Essay What do you consider a challenge? Maybe hitting more home runs, running faster, beating your time running barrels, or maybe training an animal. I wanted to train a donkey. Training the donkey would be a challenge, but I had always wanted to make a career of training horses and other equines. This experience taught me to be patient and not give up. Christmas was just around the corner when I was given my donkey. I named him Solomon. He was given to me by my grandmother…

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