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...he caption reads: “Chiefs of Lebanon felling cedars and assuring an Egyptian officer of Seti I of their submission; at Karnak” (plate #89). Plate # 89 appears in an era recognized as the “Twilight of the Egyptian Empire” (1293-1150 B.C.E.), and describes one of Seti I campaigns in Lebanon. Seti I is the successor of his father Ramesses I. According to the legends, it was Seti I who founded the nineteenth dynasty of Egypt. Seti I had his plans for gaining power once again in Egypt and reclaiming the Egyptian territory, as a result of this he established several campaigns in Syria and Lebanon. Among many other things, his era is specially remembered for his construction efforts, which is reflected in the work he put in for the temple of Amun at Karnak, where plate # 89 exists, the tomb at the valley of the Kings, and lastly, the Osiris temple at Abydos (Stiebing 218).
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