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Helck: Grenze. LÄ II (1976) 896 f. 9 Cf. E. Hornung: Zur geschichtlichen Rolle des Königs in der 18. Dynastie. ; Meurer 1996 11. 10 Zibelius-Chen 1988 201; Hannig–Vomberg 1995 1010, 1999 285. M. Galán: Victory and Border. Terminology Related to Egyptian Imperialism in the XVIIIth Dynasty (Hildesheimer Ägyptologische Beiträge 40). ; Meurer 1996 12. frontiers 9 2. The Egyptian-Meroitic Frontier in the Roman Period: An Introductory Note But let us return here to the issue of Nubia’s boundaries in the Roman period, for it was the study of Roman frontiers that inspired the current general conclusions concerning frontier history.
44 Schlott-Schwab 1981 75. T. G. Lightfoot–A. Martinez: Frontiers and Boundaries in Archaeological Perspective. Annual Review of Anthropology 24 (1995) 471– 492. 46 Hornung–Krauss–Warburton (eds) 2006 492: 1759–c. —Beckerath 1997 136 ﬀ. counts to the Second Intermediate Period the Thirteenth to Seventeenth Dynasties, 1794/93–1550 BC. 40 41 frontiers 15 the Eighteenth Dynasty. Their successors Thutmose I (1504–1492 BC), Thutmose II (1492–1479 BC),47 Hatshepsut (1473–1458 BC) and Thutmose III (1479–1425 BC) annihilated the kingdom of Kerma and established Egyptian control to the Fourth Cataract region (see Chapters VII, IX).
For the problem, see recently Honegger 2006 12 f. 24 Honegger2004b 61 ﬀ. 25 Honegger 2004b 63. 26 From the Hyksos period. A. Erman: Hymnen an das Diadem der Pharaonen aus einem Papyrus der Sammlung Golenischeﬀ. Berlin 1911. ; C. Rilly: The Earliest Traces of Meroitic. in: D. Payne–M. Reh (eds): Advances in Nilo-Saharan Linguistics 2001. Proceedings of the 8th Nilo-Saharan Linguistics Colloquium Hamburg August 22–25, 2001. Köln, in print. 28 For an introduction to the archaeology of the Wadi Howar Region, see B.