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The Eighteenth Dynasty in Ancient Egypt

  • 05 16, 2023

The Eighteenth Dynasty in Ancient Egypt

The eighteenth dynasty is considered the most famous ancient family because it includes the famous kings of the Pharaohs in Egypt, such as "Tutankhamun, Hatshepsut, Akhenaten, and Ahmose."
 
The eighteenth and nineteenth and twentieth dynasties from the period of the modern state of ancient Egyptian history, whereby the eighteenth dynasty of the eighteen years of the dynasty ruled for about two hundred and fifty years (1550-1298 BC) in the modern state of ancient Egypt.
 
The history of radiocarbon indicates that the Eighteenth Dynasty started a few years before traditional history from 1550 BC.
 
The rotation of the rule of the country by the family of 15 kings and queens, began with Ahmose I assuming power 1549–1524 BC and ended with the end of the rule of Hur-Moheb 1319–92.
 
The dynasty kings are in order: Ahmose the First, Amenhotep the First, Tuthmosis the First, Tuthmosis the Second, Hatshepsut, Tuthmosis the Third, Amenhotep the Second, Tuthmosis the Fourth, Amenhotep the Third, Amenhotep the Fourth / Akhenaten, Smnach Ka Raa, Nefertiti, Tutankhamun, Horemheb.

 

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The Eighteenth Dynasty of Ancient Egypt, also known as the New Kingdom, is one of the most significant periods in Egyptian history. It is known for the reign of famous pharaohs like Hatshepsut, Thutmose III, Amenhotep III, and Akhenaten. This dynasty saw Egypt's territorial expansion, major building projects, and religious changes. The reign of Akhenaten introduced the worship of the Aten, and Tutankhamun's tomb, a product of this dynasty, is one of the most famous archaeological discoveries.

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