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516 and 519). 56 THE MIDDLE KINGDOM: DYNASTY XÏÏ 'Three inscriptions from the M(iddle) K(ingdom) 35 engraved on boulders in front of mine openings in a particular stratum for the extraction of an unidentified mineral'. 61 Unlike earlier texts recording local nomarchs the few Middle Kingdom inscriptions are generally rather uninformative beyond supplying royal names and titles, year-dates and the name of an expeditionary. 62 (iv) Wâdi Hammâmât Following the infrequent but large expeditions sent to the Wâdi Hammâmât at the end of Dynasty XI, it appears that Amenemhat I and most of his successors in the Xllth Dynasty dispatched stonequarrying missions of their own to the site.
24 One swallow does not make a summer; but it is not impossible that this otherwise laconic inscription could mark Egyptian military (or commercial) activity in Lower Nubia somewhat earlier in the Xlth Dynasty than previously imagined. Despite any possible efforts at serious military campaigning in the south by the early kings of Dynasty XI it seems likely that until the regime of Montuhotep II most of Nubia enjoyed a period of independence after the collapse of the Old Kingdom, See Vandersleyen, L'Égypte et ta vallée du Nil, 15.
Cottevieille-Giraudet, Rapport sur tes fouilles de Médamoud (1930), Part II (1931), 46-47. One may note J. von Beckerath's suggestion (see Untersuchungen zur politischen Geschichte der Zweiten Zwischenzeit in Ägypten (1964), 186 n. 2) that this King 'Mes' should be interpreted as Ahmose I. Also see: Bennett, GM 149 (1995), 26; Vandersleyen, L'Égypte et la vallée du Nil, 145 n. 3. 40 The only other possible Middle Kingdom textual graffiti at West Thebes known to me are Spiegelberg, Graffiti, no.
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