From slave to pharaoh : : the black experience of ancient Egypt / / Donald B. Redford.

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Place / Publishing House:Baltimore, Maryland : : Johns Hopkins University Press,, 2004.
Year of Publication:2004
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Physical Description:1 online resource (231 pages) :; illustrations, maps
Notes:Includes bibliographical references (pages 153-207) and index.
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Table of Contents:
  • Egyptians and Nubians
  • The problem of frontiers
  • Nubia : Egypt's primary sphere of influence
  • "Plotting in their valleys" : the unruly tribesmen
  • From chiefdom to state and back again : the final conquest of Kush
  • The Egyptian empire in Kush
  • The silent years : the abandonment of Lower Nubia and the rise of Napata
  • The Sudan invades Egypt
  • The invasion of Piankhy
  • The twenty-fourth dynasty
  • The resistance to Assyrian expansion
  • "Taharqa the conqueror"
  • Egypt of the "black pharaohs"
  • Thebes under the twenty-fifth dynasty
  • The end of the twenty-fifth dynasty in Egypt.