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Afterglow of EmpireEgypt from the Fall of the New Kingdom to the Saite Renaissance$

Aidan Dodson

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9789774165313

Published to Cairo Scholarship Online: September 2012

DOI: 10.5743/cairo/9789774165313.001.0001

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Source:
Afterglow of Empire
Publisher:
American University in Cairo Press

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Map 1. The Nile Valley from Khartoum to the Mediterranean.

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Map 2. The Near East during the earlier first millennium BC.

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Map 3. The Nile Delta.

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Map 4. Tanis.

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Map 5. The temple of Ptah at Memphis.

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Map 6. Thebes.

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Map 7. The temples of Karnak.

Buildings in black are those extant at the end of the New Kingdom, those in dark grey are additions during the Third Intermediate Period.

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Map 8. The temples of Medinet Habu.

Buildings in black are those extant at the end of the New Kingdom, those in dark gray are additions during the Third Intermediate Period.

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Map 9. Deir el-Bahari, Asasif, Khokha, Sheikh Abd el-Qurna, and South Asasif.

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Map 10. The temples of Barkal

B200: temple of Amun-Re, built by Taharqa.

B300: rock temple of Amun, (re?)built by Taharqa.

B350: rock pinnacle in shape of uraeus.