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The Hebrew Rabbis in Babylon were epic story-tellers who knew that tales of their history as former oppressors would not be compelling to their flock. However, if they related heroic stories of an oppressed people who were so favored by God that he created plaques to free them would develop pathos and a strong identity, reinforced by a Torah from God and endlessly repeated readings, songs and rituals.

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From French aménité , from Latin amoenitās (“pleasantness, delightfulness”), from amoenus (“pleasant, delightful”).

Amenhotep ( Ỉmn-ḥtp ; “ Amun is pleased”) was an ancient Egyptian name. Its Greek version is Amenophis ( Ἀμένωφις ). Its notable bearers were:

Sub-department Period, theme Objects from everyday life Christian Egypt (fourth - twelfth centuries AD) Roman Egypt (30 BC - AD 392) From the late prehistoric period to the late Middle Kingdom (circa 3800 - 1710 BC) The final Pharaonic dynasties and the Ptolemaic period (circa 1069 - 30 BC) The New Kingdom (circa 1550 to circa 1069 BC) Religious and funerary beliefs

10. There have been indeed some bad men, who have attempted to calumniate my history, and took it to be a kind of scholastic performance for the exercise of young men. A strange sort of accusation and calumny this! since every one that undertakes to deliver the history of actions truly ought to know them accurately himself in the first place, as either having been concerned in them himself, or been informed of them by such as knew them. Now both these methods of knowledge I may very properly pretend to in the composition of both my works; for, as I said, I have translated the Antiquities out of our sacred books; which I easily could do, since I was a priest by my birth, and have studied that philosophy which is contained in those writings: and for the History of the War, I wrote it as having been an actor myself in many of its transactions, an eye-witness in the greatest part of the rest, and was not unacquainted with any thing whatsoever that was either said or done in it. How impudent then must those deserve to be esteemed that undertake to contradict me about the true state of those affairs! who, although they pretend to have made use of both the emperors' own memoirs, yet could not they he acquainted with our affairs who fought against them.

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