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From Amyrtaeus to Ptolemy: Egypt in the Fourth Century B.C.

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From Amyrtaeus to Ptolemy: Egypt in the Fourth Century B.C.

Agnieszka Wojciechowska

Harrassowitz

2016

172 pages

$65.00

Philippika: Contributions to the Study of Ancient World Cultures; 97

DT83

Wojciechowska presents readers with a comprehensive examination of the history, culture, and governance of Egypt in the fourth century BCE. The author covers the situation in Egypt at the beginning of the century in question; the liberation of Egypt from the Persians by Amyrtaeus; the XXIX dynasty and the rule of Nepherites I, Akoris and Psammuthes, and Nepherites II; the XXX dynasty and the rule of Nectanebo I and Tachos, as well as Nectanebo II; the second Persian rule of Egypt, and a wide variety of other related subjects. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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