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SIP stands for Second Intermediate Period

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Topics include border delineation and the setting of boundary stellae during the Egyptian Middle Kingdom, Egyptian-Canaanite relations in the Second Intermediate Period as reflected by scarabs, relations between Amenhotep II and the Kingdom of Mitanni, archaeological findings at a settlement of the Sherden dated to the reign of Rameses III, parallelism between the biblical passage II Samuel 22 and the Israel Stela of Merneptah, Egyptian influence behind the names of Immanuel in the biblical book of Isaiah, Egyptian influence on the Southern Levant and the Kingdom of Judah during the 26th Dynasty, and the role of civil servants who participated in Egyptian military campaigns.
Hamblin examines the history and the impact of war fare in Mari (chapter seven), Syria and Lebanon (chapter nine), Canaan (chapter ten), Anatolia (chapter eleven), and Egypt to the first half of the Second Intermediate period (chapters twelve to eighteen).
From the Second Intermediate period to the Early Dynasty (1795-1458BC), again another confused period with a quick succession of kings with very short reigns, culminating in the Early Dynasty (1550-1458 BC), where the rulers, Tutmosis I and Hatshepsut, who will be more familiar to the lay reader, appear.
00 Paperback DT61 The 19 selected papers consider the role of the Sacred Eye in ensuring the continuing identity of the deceased, reconstructing and re-editing the archive of seventh-century Bishop Pesynthios of Koptos/Keft, revisiting the chronology of the Middle Kingdom with lunar and Sothic data from the archive of el-Lahun, the conceptualization of anger, the vivification formulas as a case study of the increasing emphasis on collateral and female kin in the late Middle Kingdom and Second Intermediate Period, the function of metaphor in The Tale of the Eloquent Peasant, planned decoration in the temple of Kalabash, and other topics.