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[[Fasciculus:Egypt.Giza.Sphinx.01.jpg|thumb|[[Sphinx]] et [[Necropolis Gizensis|pyramidae Gizenses]] sunt inter notissima signa [[civilizatio]]nis Aegypti antiquae.]]
[[Fasciculus:Ancient Egypt map-la.svg|thumb|Tabula Aegypti antiquae maiores urbes et locos temporum domuum regalium (circa [[3150 a.C.n.|3150]] ad [[30 a.C.n.]])]]
[[Fasciculus:Camel and the pyramids.jpg|thumb|[[Periegesis|Peregrinatores]] praepro [[pyramides Gizenses]] [[camelus|camelum]] vehuntur.]]
[[Fasciculus:Tourist at Sphinx, Giza plateau.jpg|thumb|In [[Oropedium Gizense|oropedio Gizensi]], peregrinator subsidit.]]
[[Fasciculus:The Pharaoh Tutankhamun destroying his enemies.jpg|thumb|Proelium inter regem [[Tutenchamun]] et homines quosdam [[Asia]]e, in [[ebur]]e pictum [[saeculum 14 a.C.n.|saeculo 14 a.C.n.]]]]
 
'''Aegyptus antiqua''' fuit [[civilizatioantiquitas|antiqua]] [[historia antiqua|antiquaAfrica]]e [[Africacivilizatio]]e inter septentriones[[septentrio]]nes et [[oriens|orientem]], in [[unus|unum]] secundum ripas inferiores [[Nilus|fluminis Nili]] collatum, in terra quae nunc est [[Aegyptus]], [[civitas sui iuris|civitas]] hodierna. Civilizatio Aegyptia circa [[3150 a.C.n.]] secundum [[chronologia Aegyptia usu recepta|chronologiam Aegyptiam]] coaluit,<ref>[http://www.digitalegypt.ucl.ac.uk/chronology/index.html Chronology] apud ''Digital Egypt for Universities, University College London.''</ref> [[Aegyptus superior|Aegypto superiore]] et [[Aegyptus inferior|inferiore]] sub primo [[pharao]]ne [[civilitas|civilitate]] coniunctis.<ref>Dodson (2004) p.: 46.</ref> [[Historia Aegypti antiquae]] in serie [[regnum|regnorum]] constantium facta est, a temporibus inconstantiae ''interregna'' appellandis separatorum: in [[Regnum vetusVetus AegyptiumAegypti|regnoRegno vetereVetere]] [[Aetasaetas aenea|Aetatisaetatis aeneae ineuntis]], [[Regnum mediumMedium AegyptiumAegypti|regnoRegno medioMedio]] aetatis aeneae mediae, [[Regnum novumNovum AegyptiumAegypti|regnoRegno novoNovo]] aetatis aeneae exeuntis. Aegyptus fastigiumculmen potestatis per Regnum Novum attigit, tempore Ramessidarum, postquam lentam coepit deminutionem. [[Terra]] a continuatione potestatum externarum, inter quas [[Libya antiqua|Libya]], [[Nubia]], [[Assyria]], [[Babylonia]], [[Achaemenidae|Imperium Achaemenidarum]], et [[Macedonia antiqua|Macedonia]], [[Tertium interregnum Aegyptium|tertio interregno]] et [[Aevum recentius Aegyptium|aevo recentiori]] invasa vel superata est. [[Alexander Magnus|Alexandro Magno]] morte, [[Ptolemaeus Soter]], unus ex eius legatis, se ut novus [[Regnum Ptolemaicum|Aegypti rector]] instituit; [[Ptolemaei|domus Ptolemaica]] deinde civitatem[[civitas|civitati]] temperavit usque ad [[30 a.C.n.]], cum ab [[Imperium Romanum|Imperio Romano]] victa, [[Aegyptus (provincia Romana)|provincia Romana]] facta est.<ref>Clayton (1994), p.: 217.</ref> <!--PLUS IN EN:-->
 
[[Religio Aegyptica|Multos deos]] venerabantur Aegyptii antiqui; [[rex]], quem humanam [[Horus|Hori dei]] [[incarnatio]]nem esse putabant, [[pharao]] appellatus est. Regnum anno [[31 a.C.n.]], vero iam [[Imperium Romanum|Imperio Romano]] subiectum, post pugnam [[Actium|Actiacam]], interiit.
 
==Historia==
Historia Aegypti antiquae est plerumque est ita divisa:
* [[Aevum praedynasticum Aegyptium|Aevum praedynasticum]] (ante coniunctionem Aegypti superioris Aegyptique inferioris 3150 a.C.n.)
* [[Aevum protodynasticum]] (inter 3100 a.C.n. et 3000 a.C.n.)
* [[Aevum primarum domorum Aegyptium|Aevum primarum domorum]] (prima secundaque domus)
* [[Regnum vetusVetus AegyptiumAegypti|Regnum vetusVetus]] (inter tertiam sextamque domos)
* [[Primum interregnum Aegyptium|I interregnum]] (inter septimam undecimamque domos)
* [[Regnum mediumMedium AegyptiumAegypti|Regnum mediumMedium]] (duodecima tertiaque decima domus)
* [[Secundum interregnum Aegyptium|II interregnum]] (inter quartam decimam septimamque decimam domos)
* [[Regnum novumNovum AegyptiumAegypti|Regnum novumNovum]] (inter duodevicensimam vicensimamque domos)
* [[Tertium interregnum Aegyptium|III interregnum]] (inter primam et vicensimam quintamque et vicensimam domos)
* [[Aevum recentius Aegyptium|Aevum recentius]] (inter sextam et vicensimam primamque et tricensimam domos)
* [[Regnum Ptolemaicum]] (Aegyptus Ptolemaica)
* [[Aegyptus Ptolemaica]]
 
==Notae==
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==Bibliographia==
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==Bibliographia addita==
* {{Cite book|author=[[Ioannes Baines|Baines, John]], andet [[Jaromir Malek]]|title=The Cultural Atlas of Ancient Egypt|edition=revised|publisher=Facts on File|year=[[2000]]|isbn=0-8160-4036-2}}
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* {{Cite book|first=Nicolas|last=Grimal|title=A History of Ancient Egypt|publisher=Blackwell Books|year=[[1992]]|isbn=0-631-19396-0}} {{Ling|Theodisce}}
*{{cite book|editor1-last=Helck|editor1-first=Wolfgang|editor1-link=Wolfgang Helck|editor2-last=Otto|editor2-first=Eberhard|title=Lexikon der Ägyptologie|publisher=O. Harrassowitz|year=[[1972]]–[[1992]]|isbn=3-447-01441-5}}
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*{{cite book|editor-last=Redford|editor-first=Donald B.|editor-link=Donald B. Redford|title=The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt|publisher=Oxford University Press|year=[[2001]]|isbn=0-19-510234-7}}
* {{Cite book|last=Wilkinson|first=R. H.|title=The Complete Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Egypt|location=Londinii|publisher=Thames and Hudson|year=[[2003]]|isbn=0-500-05120-8}}
 
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==Nexus externi==
{{CommuniaCat|Ancient Egypt|Aegyptum Antiquamantiquam}}
* [http://www.thelatinlibrary.com/ammianus/22.shtml#15 Ammianus Mercellinus (22,15-16) de Aegypto antiquo refert] apud www.thelatinlibrary.com
* [http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ancient/egyptians/ BBC History: Egyptians]
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