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  • Explain the reasoning behind the references to Amenhotep III reign as being the "Golden Age" of the Egyptian Empire.

     

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Published: 30.05.2003.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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It is believed that Amenhotep III ruled for almost 40 years during the 18th Dynasty of Egypt's history that represented one of its most prosperous and stable periods. Modern historians later dubbed this period of history the "Golden Age". However, many argue that Amenhotep III came to power at a time when Egypt was at its highest point, that the pharaohs before him were responsible for its prosperity, and little needed to be done by Amenhotep III to maintain its high status. It is even suggested that he did more harm then good, as many believe he was the instigator behind the motives of Ak…

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