ANE 15 Week 4 Notes
ANE 15 Week 4 Notes Ancient Near East 15
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AncientNearEast15 WinterQuarter INSTRUCTOR:KaraCooney Tawosret Gets to rule alone, being used presumably, as a great royal wife then a king two different groups tawosret vs siptah The end result for her after she is king: the dynasty ends 19th century Setnakht is the first king of 20th dynasty, and he is not connected to her therefore proven she has no hier She’s king on her own no genetic legacy Royal family is divine therefore even if there’s a woman who is in the royal family, she can rule because of her divine blood Fear of knowing the competition is knowingly acknowledged Display of the vine striveling During 20th dynasty, Egypt starts to get into disarray (Bronze Age Collapses) Delta invaded by a mass migration of people in need of finding survival food and home Egypt start to reconstitute in the Iron Age and starting to get centralized by 25th century (this is when you see Female power and it starts to surge again) When Egypt is split up there’s no reverence for the divine family, competition starts to surge Super divine royal family = women’s comeback of supporting the king Late period God’s Wife of Amen Shepenwepet = daughter of Osorkon III Adopts Amenirdis = daughter of king Kashta (D 25) Who adopts Shepenwepet II = daughter of Piye (D. 25) Who adopts Amenirdis II = daughter of Taharqa Who adopts Nitocrit = daughter of Psamtik I (D. 26) Bryan page 44 calls the GWA a “Shadow royal government” In Thieves as an arm of the king, the daughter, women in power and make her her own daughter 25 King invades and places her daughter in exchange 1 Allows the King to establish politically, ideologically and economically power to replace priestess from one to another Assyrians burn Memphis then Thiebs, then they place 26th dynasty in power (Sudan) New dynasty puppet from the North arm of themselves in Thiebs so there’s another adoption Using a women to solidify a succession of one dynasty to another, changing dynasties are the messiest times Feminine patriarchal model Cleopatra Cleopatra rules for 21 years in typical fashion: she never rules along without a man 1. Initially ruled alongside her father Ptolemy III 2. Then ruled alongside her brothers, Ptolemy XIII and IV, each of whom she married 3. As sole ruler, linked herself to Julius Caesar 4. Then linked herself to Marc Antony 5. After their military defeat, Cleopatra killed herself, and Egypt became a province of Roman Empire Have three children with Marc Antony, as these children grew up then she assigned parts for her children to rule when they grow up She comes the closest to actively pursue opportunities and try to pass it down to her hiers Long period of rule for women Always have men alongside (Male presence) Does not leave Egypt better than she did before 2
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