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Egyptian Voices: Late Period to Cleopatra   

Except for sporadic bursts of energy, the Late Period is marked by disunity and foreign rule. We will look at evidence found in archaeology, architecture, art and literature as the country struggles to come to terms with domination by Nubia, Assyria, Persia and Alexander the Great. After the death of Alexander in 323 BCE, Egypt was ruled by the Ptolemies. The death of Cleopatra in 30 BCE marks the end of the Ptolemaic rule - the last dynasty of ancient Egypt.
 
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