By Margaret R. Bunson
Starting from Egypt's predynastic cultures to the suicides of Cleopatra and Marc Antony in 30 BCE, Encyclopedia of historical Egypt, 3rd variation contains greater than 2,300 specific entries, each one completely reviewed and up to date to mirror fresh advances in scholarship.
In addition to the newest discoveries and excavations, new back and front topic goods were extra to this complete source, together with an appendix at the examine of historical Egypt, a thesaurus, a old evaluation part, and a geographical review part.
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Nomarchs Under the rule of the pharaohs the various regions of Egypt were grouped into nomes, or provinces, called 12 administration sepat. ), and each one had its own deity, totems, and lists of venerated ancestors. There were 20 nomes in Lower Egypt and 22 in Upper Egypt. Each was ruled by a heri-tep a’a, called “the great overlord” or nomarch. ” This rank denoted an official’s right to administer a particular nome or province on behalf of the pharaoh. Such officials were in charge of the region’s courts, treasury, land offices, militia, archives, and storehouses.
Agathocles joined forces with a courtier named Sosibius in a palace coup in Alexandria, the capital of Egypt. Ambitious and eager to control Ptolemy V, who was quite young, Agathocles and Sosibius murdered the king’s mother, Arsinoe (3). Agathocles served as regent for the orphaned king, but he was unable to hold power. Governor Tlepolemus of the city of Pelusium (near modern Port Said in Egypt) was so enraged by the murder of Queen Arsinoe that he marched on Alexandria with his frontier army.
The deceased pharaohs were provided with such vessels in order to sail on the spiritual Nile into eternity. Excavations at the site give indications that more vessels may be part of the necropolis treasures of Abydos. Abydos List See king lists. Achaemenes (d. ca. ) prince of Persia slain by an Egyptian rebel He was the son of Darius I (r. ). The prince was appointed satrap, or governor, of the Nile by his brother Xerxes I (r. ), Darius I’s heir. , Achaemenes led a military force composed of conscripted Egyptians amassed to conduct various military campaigns, including assaults on the Greeks.
Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt by Margaret R. Bunson