Interactions And Social Hierarchy In The New And Old Kingdoms Ap World History Essay

484 words - 2 pages

C Silverthorne
In old kingdom and new kingdom Egypt, things were quite different. One example of this is in Interactions. Throughout first wave Egypt, interactions evolved and the way they were carried out from the old kingdom to the new kingdom changed. For example, in the old kingdom, they traded a lot, and were welcoming to outsiders, whereas in the middle kingdom, they began to be more wary and started to build more military, until finally in the new kingdom Egypt was Xenophobic and didn’t trade or interact with outsiders nearly as often. One example of this is trade in the old kingdom. They traded with places like Mesopotamia, or Nubia, exchanging resources without an extreme amount of caution. In the middle kingdom, the hyksos invaded, taking control of land. This motivated Egypt to form a military, eventually forcing them out and defeating them. In the new kingdom, you could say Egypt learned from their mistakes in a way. They were less open to outsiders after the Hyksos invasion, and became quite xenophobic. In the US currently, we are also acting xenophobic, for slightly similar reasons to Egypt: we fear that outsiders will somehow do us wrong. However, we are much less justified in our Xenophobia and many of us are against it. This is how interactions evolved from old to new kingdom Egypt.
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