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Written in English. This is knitty-gritty historiography which far from 'attractively presents for the lay reader' anything. Egypt, Canaan, and Israel in Ancient Times.
Covering the time span from the Palaeolithic period to the destruction of Jerusalem in BC, Egyptologist Donald Redford explores years of uninterrupted contact between Egypt and Western Asia across the Sinai land-bridge.
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Redford examines over two millennia of complex social and cultural interactions between Egypt and the Nubian and Sudanese civilizations that lay to the south of Egypt. These interactions resulted in the expulsion of the black Kushite pharaohs of the Twenty-fifth Dynasty in B. Redford traces the development of Egyptian perceptions of race as their dominance over the darker-skinned peoples of Nubia and the Sudan grew, exploring the cultural construction of spatial and spiritual boundaries between Egypt and other African peoples. Redford focuses on the role of racial identity in the formulation of imperial power in Egypt and the legitimization of its sphere of influence, and he highlights the dichotomy between the Egyptians' treatment of the black Africans it deemed enemies and of those living within Egyptian society. He also describes the range of responses-from resistance to assimilation-of subjugated Nubians and Sudanese to their loss of self-determination. Indeed, by the time of the Twenty-fifth Dynasty, the culture of the Kushite kings who conquered Egypt in the late eighth century B.
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About This Book. Covering the time span from the Paleolithic period to the destruction of Jerusalem in B.C., the eminent Egyptologist Donald Redford.
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Covering the time span from the Paleolithic period to the destruction of Jerusalem in B.C., the eminent Egyptologist Donald Redford Egypt, Canaan, and Israel in Ancient Times. Donald B. Redford Read Online · Download PDF. Save.