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Nubia: Corridor to Africa. Allen Lane. 1982, Breasted. J. H. The Battle 0/ Kadesh: A Study in the Earliest Known Military Strategy. Chicago Oriental Institute, ] 903. Campbell, E. F. The Chronology of the /vmarna Letters. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, 1964. Davies, W. V. Catalogue ofEgyptian Antiquities in the British Museum, VII: Tools and Weapolls, I: Axes. British Museum Publications, 1987. Emery, W. B. Egypt in Nubia. Hutchinson, 1965. Emery, W. , Smith, H. , and Millard, A. The Fortress 0/ Buhen: The Archaeological Report.
In an attempt to prevent further incursions by the northerners, Ramesses II built a row of fortresses along the north-western coastline. 1207 BC) an alliance of Tjehenu (Libyans), Meshwesh and Sea Peoples attempted to invade Egypt, again from the north-west. These armies had brought with them their families and possessions, suggesting that their intention was to settle rather than simply to plunder. The battle with which Merneptah eventually repelled this first wave of Sea Peoples is recorded on a wall of the temple at Karnak.
Lawrence, A. W. 'Ancient Egyptian Fortifications', Journal ofEgyp tian Archaeology, 51 (1965),69-94. Lichtheim, M. Ancient Egyptian Literature: A Book of Readings, I: The Old and Middle Kingdoms. University of California Press, 1973. Littauer, M. , and Crouwe1, J. H. Wheeled Vehicles and Ridden Animals in the Ancient Near East. E. J. Brill, Leiden and Cologne, 1979. Littauer, M. , and Crouwe1, J. H. Chariots and Related Equipment from the Tomb of Tut'ankhamun. Griffith Institute, Oxford, 1985.
Egyptian Warfare and Weapons by Ian Shaw