The History of Egypt (Part 2): The Amarna Letters

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Amanda Iliadis
by DrDavidNeiman
published on 03 May 2017

Discovered in 1897, the letters of Tel El Amarna shed light on the political tensions that existed between Egypt, Canaan and Amurru during the period known as the Amarna Age. King Labayu of Shechem pleads for help from Pharaoh as does the Canaanite king of Byblos.

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