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As a result of a global colloquium held on the British Museum in 1992, this booklet is essentially dedicated to the topic of Egypt's family with the Mediterranean global within the moment millennium BC. the results of the awesome discoveries at inform el-Dab'a, the positioning of historic Avaris (the Hyksos capital of Egypt), shape the first concentration, with papers on Egypt's connections with Cyprus and Minoan Crete, and chronological difficulties additionally mentioned. those are put in a much wider context by means of extra contributions on Egypto-Minoan family quite often, at the proof for Mycenaeans in Egypt and the presence of Orientalia at Mycenae, on Aegean impression in Egypto-Canaan, at the resources of Egyptian copper and at the nature of international trees imports into Egypt.

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