The Sea Peoples, or Peoples of the Sea, were a confederacy of seafaring raiders from the Aegean and Europe who sailed around the eastern Mediterranean and invaded Anatolia, Syria, Canaan, Cyprus, and Egypt toward the end of the Bronze Age.
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... of the battles in Year 8 is the description of the fate of the Sea Peoples ... tells us that, having brought the imprisoned Sea Peoples to Egypt, he "settled them in strongholds, bound in my name ...
... Prior to the battle, the Sea Peoples had sacked the Hittite vassal state of Amurru which was located close to the border of the Egyptian Empire ... my frontier in Zahi (Djahy) prepared before them." The Sea Peoples' "land forces were moving south along the Levantine coast and through Palestine when they were confronted and stopped by Ramesses' forces at ... Ramesses III refers to his battle with the Sea Peoples in stark, uncompromising terms "The charioteers were warriors, and all good officers, ready of hand ...
... The inscriptions at Medinet Habu consist of images depicting a coalition of Sea Peoples, among them the Philistines, who are said in the accompanying ... Scholars have been unable to conclusively determine which images match what peoples described in the reliefs depicting two major battle scenes ... in that they mention the Peleset together with a people called the Teresh, who sailed "in the midst of the sea" ...
... or Serbon) in Egypt relates to the Sea Peoples ... name of the Sherden (also known as Serden or Shardana) sea pirates, one of several groups of Sea Peoples who appear in fragmentary Egyptian records in the 2nd ...
Famous quotes containing the words peoples and/or sea:
“... were not out to benefit society, to remold existence, to make industry safe for anyone except ourselves, to give any small peoples except ourselves their rights. Were not out for submerged tenths, were not going to suffer over how the other half lives. Were out for Marys job and Luellas art, and Barbaras independence and the rest of our individual careers and desires.”
—Anne OHagan (1869?)
“Now I am powerless
to draw back
for the sea is cyclamen-purple,
cyclamen-red, colour of the last grapes,
colour of the purple of the flowers,
cyclamen-coloured and dark.”
—Hilda Doolittle (18861961)