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Volume 7 ,issue 1 | Winter and Spring 2017 | Pages : 27-37

THE EGYPTIAN ROLE IN ULLAZA DURING THE SECOND MILLENNIUM B.C

Document Type: Original article

DOI: 10.21608/EJARS.2017.6826

pages: 27-37

Authors:
Abo-Eleaz, M.
History dept., Faculty of Arts, Minia Univ., Minia, Egypt.

Abstract:
Egypt had an extremely vital role in the Eastern Mediterranean coast since the beginning of the third millennium BC, allowing Egypt to control and impose its political and ideological domination on the surrounding cities to obtain the products that Egypt lacked. Thus, many of the names of the Syrian cities were mentioned in the Egyptian records, including the city and port of Ullaza. Because of its strategic location and economic wealth, Ullaza became the focus of the forces that competed Egypt in its domination, including the Mittani, Hittites, and Kingdom of Amurru during the second millennium BC.

Keywords:
Ullaza; The Egyptian Mediation; Byblos; Garrison; Amurru

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