By ernesto e tabio
Arqueologia,agricultura aborigen antillana,por Ernesto e tabio,habana editorial de ciencias sociales,1989,primera edicion,caratulas originales,buen estado.monografia etnohistorica en los angeles cual se estudian los distintos sistemas de cultivo,mas evolucionados de l. a. denominada agricultura tropical.
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Throughout MB IIB and early IIC the temenos was rebuilt and enlarged, with a courtyard temple being enclosed by the more massive MB IIB&C walls. In the later MB IIC the small temple was replaced with a massive “Migdol” or tower temple with 16-foot thick walls to support two or three stories. This temple was destroyed in a massive conflagration and the area lay uninhabited for 12. Genesis 12:6-7 13. Genesis 33:18-20 41 Syncronized Chronology perhaps 100 years. When rebuilt in the Late Bronze Age, a modest temple with 5 foot thick walls was constructed over the same spot.
Evil fell upon the land, a great disturbance in the palace, disturbed . . ) . . there was no exit from the palace by the space of nine days. Now these nine days were in violence and tempest; none whether god or man could see the face of his fellow” (italics added). ” He departs to heaven. “Now when the majesty of Ra Harmachis [fought] with the evil-doers in this pool, the Place of the Whirlpool, the evil-doers prevailed not over his majesty. ” 26 3. The Exodus and the End of the Middle Kingdom of Egypt “The children of the dragon Apep (a Hyksos royal name), the evil-doers and of the red country came upon the road of At Nebes, invading Egypt at nightfall .
THE INVASION These three sources describe the state of Egypt in the transition from the Middle Kingdom, the mighty 12th Dynasty, to the Hyksos Dynasty or Second Intermediate Period. Except for the invasion of the Amu (Hyksos), this is the story familiar to us from Exodus. But then, having left Egypt, the Israelites were not around to witness the invasion. Josephus, quoting the Egyptian historian Manetho,2 tells us of the invasion of the Hyksos: “There was a king of ours, Tutimaeus. ” Who were these invaders?