العلاقات السياسية بين الليبيين والدولة الفرعونية القديمة
سرار, وليد عبد السيد
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The research discusses and studies some of the archeological and Pharaonic sources that date back to the period of the ancient state from the age of the Third dynasty until the time of the Sixth Dynasty. And analyze and explain them to get to how Libyans were connected to the Lower Nile Valley and their effect ın ıt during that period, with clarifıcatıons of their relations with the Pharaonic authority. Beginning with the Third Dynasty and what was mentıoned of the rebellion of the Libyans in the Delta and implications of that historically, then the wars of pharaoh Sinfro of the Fourth Dynasty against them causes and consequences. Then moving to the wars of the Pharaoh Sahur and other kings of the Fifth Dynasty and how and why their battles and their contradictions with the Libyans. Up to the Sixth Dynasty and its peaceful relationship with Libyans and explain its events. And all of that through the historical stages mentioned was permeated by the social relations focused on marriage between the pharaohs and some descendants of the Libyan kings and their princes , and whether this was a political marriage or a necessity created by close relations between the two parties , and also what resulted from the spread of the Libyans in the Nile Valley by the spread of their culture and heritage of ancient civilization both in terms of their religious life and their worship with some traditions and livelihoods .