The Middle Kingdom of Egypt (also known as The Period of Reunification) is the period in the history of ancient Egypt between about 2000 BC and 1700 BC, stretching ...
The Middle Kingdom (mid-Dynasty 11–Dynasty 13, ca. 2030–1640 B.C.) began when Nebhepetre Mentuhotep II reunited Upper and Lower Egypt, setting the stage for a ...
The First Intermediate Period (2150-1975 BC) An intermediate period in ancient Egyptian history is a time when no one person or family ruled all of Egypt.
Acts of the Middle Kingdom Pharaohs: Mentuhotep II made military campaigns in Nubia, which Egypt had lost by the 1st Intermediate Period.
Egyptian Dynasties Middle Kingdom 2055 – 1650 BC. Eleventh Dynasty 2125 – 1985 BC The Middle Kingdom begins with the reunification of the country under Mentuhotep ...
The Beginning. The Middle Kingdom is usually dated to when Pharaoh Mentuhotep II from Thebes defeated the last king of the Tenth dynasty in the 14th year of his reign ...
The XII Dynasty, the height of the Middle Kingdom, is one of the classic periods of Egyptian history. Not as spectacular as the previous Old Kingdom or the later New ...
The Middle Kingdom is often considered the 'classical age' of the pharaonic culture, when literature and arts flourished. The Ancient Egypt Site. Site Navigation
The Middle Kingdom was formed after a series of wars between the rulers of Upper Egypt (the South) and Lower Egypt (the North). The rulers of Upper Egypt won, and ...
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