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  • 1. HISTORY 26 Lecture Thirteen: The Second Intermediate Period ( c . 1650 - 1550 BC)
  • 2. Egyptian Expansion
  • 3. The End of the Middle Kingdom Dynasty 13 (1773 - after 1650 BC)
    • Wegaf (Khutawyra)
    • Sobekhotep II (Sekhemra-khutawy)
    • Iykhernefert Neferhotep (Sankhtawy-sekhemra)
    • Ameny-intef-amenemhat (Sankhibra)
    • Hor (Awibra)
    • Khendjer (Userkara)
    • Sobekhotep III (Sekhemra-sewadjtawy)
    • Neferhotep I (Khasekhemra)
    • Sahathor
    • Sobekhotep IV (Khaneferra)
    • Sobekhotep V
    • Ay (Merneferra)
  • 4. The Nile Delta (Lower Egypt)
    • Xois and Avaris
      • Neferhotep I (1740 - 1729 BC)
    • Nubia
      • Sobekhotep IV (early 16th century)
    • The Hyksos
  • 5. Avaris and the Hyksos
    • Aamu , “Asiatics” (the inhabitants of Palestine and Syria generally)
    • Hyksos, Greek for hekau khasut , “rulers of foreign (lit. mountain) countries”
    • Trade and occasional military campaigns
    • Avaris, later the Hyksos capital (Tell el-Dab‘a)
  • 6. Chronology of the Second Intermediate Period
    • The rulers of the 13th Dynasty at Itjtawy had lost control of the Nile Delta by around 1720 BC
      • Beginning of the 14th Dynasty, centered on Xois and Avaris (1720 - 1650 BC)
    • Around 1650 BC, Itjtawy is abandoned
      • Beginning of the 15th Dynasty of Hyksos kings (1650 - 1550 BC), bounded by Cusae in the south
    • The 16th Dynasty is established at Thebes by native Egyptians (1650 - 1580 BC)
      • Replaced by the 17th Dynasty (1580 - 1550 BC)
  • 7. The Hyksos Kingdom (Dynasty 15) From Avaris in the north to Cusae in the south
  • 8. The Kingdom of Kush (Capital: Kerma)
  • 9. The City of Kerma
  • 10. The Kings of Kush
  • 11. Avaris and Thebes at War ( c . 1520 - 1550 BC)
    • Seqenenra Taa
      • The Hyksos king, Apepi
      • Deir el-Ballas
    • Kamose ‘the Brave’
      • Buhen, Lower Nubia
      • Nefrusi and Bahariya Oasis
    • Ahmose
      • Founder of the 18th Dynasty
      • Heliopolis and Tell el-Habua
      • Sharuhen in Palestine