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West Midlands Egyptology Society


The last decades of the New Kingdom witnessed a precipitous decline in Egypt's fortunes, the country slipping from a great power, with possessions stretching from the confluence of the Nile in the south to the Euphrates in the north, to one that had difficulty in even maintaining internal cohesion. This evening we will explore the Third Intermediate Period that followed this collapse, during which patches of prosperity alternated with internal divisions and even civil war, before unity was restored from the unexpected direction of Upper Nubia.

Wednesday 14 6.30PMMarch

Spoken Word

Waterstone's, High Street

24 - 26 High Street

B4 7SL Birmingham GB

0121 633 4353

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