الهكسوس – Hyksos

Then there’s Abjjad, 24 results for books on them there

wince Don’t these Arabs know not to use the word soil in such a context, that word has a connotation that is against the UN’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights, backward camel-riders

They have a version for kids too?

Genealogy for junior.

Another interesting, slightly related one

I’m liking this site better than goodreads, this is what neechski would be studying (they have books on him too)

wahahaha

The wars of the descendants of Abraham. Which gives me the idea,

The Syrian engine is awful, I’ll have to ask the Iranians. Found this site

occupiers, nice word-choice

the uprisings of the period against the occupiers, the latter of which also occupies a high place in the epic literature of ancient Egypt.

Whoa check out this connection

After the reaction of the Egyptians and the fact that they saw the Hyksos as a bloodthirsty enemy, they subconsciously considered Seth to be an evil, alien and filthy god… Yes, it was so that after expelling the Hyksos, in Egyptian myths, Seth was considered a representative of bloodthirsty Hyksos and a representative of darkness and evil. This Egyptian god slowly acquired the characteristics of the same […] He possessed all the bad features and the destruction of the land of Egypt. 

Seth or Set is often seen as the prototype of what we call Satan.

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