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Ein Vorschlag zur Chronologie der 25. Dynastie in Ägypten*

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Abstract The first mention of Kush in the Assyrian sources comes in the context of the resolution of the conflict between Sargon and the rebellious prince of Ashdod, Iamani, in ca. 707 BCE. However, this event plays a critical role in our understanding of the chronology of the end of the 24th and beginning of the 25th Dynasties. This paper re-examines the relevant data pertaining to the period in an attempt to synchronize the historical and chronological relationships presented in the Assyrian and Egyptian sources. As a result of this work, a reversal of the conventional order of the kings Schabako-Schebtiko, which was obscured in Manetho’s epithoma and is thus exclusively a matter of modern reconstruction, is needed. The new chronology put forward by the author also necessitates the re-evaluation of several other documents essential to the history of this period.

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