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Amarna Letters A collection of 350 cuneiform tablets from the 14th century bc containing correspondence between various rulers of the ancient Near East and the New Kingdom Egyptian pharaohs Amenhotep III, Amenhotep IV (Akhenaten), Smenkhkara, and Tutankhamun. They contain references to numerous Canaanite cities that are featured prominently in the Bible and provide a glimpse into the cultural and political landscape of the world of the Bible prior to the emergence of ancient Israel.


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