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TABLE OF EGYPTIAN CHRONOLOGY, &c.

For the convenience of those who may be desirous of keeping before their minds the relative dates of different Egyptian Dynasties, or anxious to know what Egyptian monuments exist in the British Museum belonging to well ascertained periods, the following table has been drawn up from the works of Rosellini, Wilkinson, and Bunsen, and the several dates assigned by those authors have been arranged in a tabular form. As Champollion has not paid so much attention as other writers to the early chronology, it has not been thought necessary to make a separate table for his dates; wherever, however, he differs materially from the above-cited authors his opinion has been mentioned.

E.S. refers to Egyptian Saloon. E.R. refers to Egyptian Room.

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At first under the tutelage of her
sister;great campaigns in Meso-
potamia, Central Asia, and Ethi-
opia. Tributes. Temples of Sam-
neh,Ibrim, Ipsambu],Al-Assasif,
and Karnak. Three Obelisks,
Alexandria, Lateran, and At-
meidan. Exodus. W. 1491 B.c.
Mines at W. Magara worked in
his 11th year.

Copper mines at Sarabut al Kha-
dem worked. Construction of
Amada,Kalabshe,Silsilis, Beghe,
Gournah,and Elephantine. Death
of Moses, 1451. W.

Tributebtought from Mesopotamia;
attacks Shepherds, .Ethiopia,
Libya, in his 1th year; con-
structs part of the Temple of
Amada.

Grand victories over Ethiopians,
Mesopotamia, Singara, Shep-
herds, and Libyans; marries
Queen Taia; excavates a great
tank in the 15th year of his
reign. Limits of empire extend
N. to Mesopotamia, S. to Choloe

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