Mon Aug 6, 2018 04:58

Largely a new analysis of the toponyms of Ramesses III's "Great Asiatic" list, but with chronological ramifications. Justpublished in the latest issue of Antiquo Oriente: James, P., 2017. “The Levantine War-records of Ramesses III: Changing Attitudes, Past, Present and Future”, Antiguo Oriente 15, pp. 57-147. Readable online at https://www.centuries.co.uk/news.htm
Regards, Peter James

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