Horemheb rose from an Egyptian army general to the progenitor of a dynasty

Freer, Alan
December 2004
Military History;Dec2004, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p82
Discusses the contributions of ancient Egyptian ruler Horemheb to world history. Personal background of Horemheb; Challenges faced by Horemheb in rebuilding the Egyptian army; Reason behind the coronation of Horemheb as king of Egypt; Efforts of Horemheb in restoring the administration of the country.


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