Sixth-century BCE Egypt spawned a key figure of ancient
cross-regional diplomacy. The Egyptian politician and chief
physician Udjahorresnet had important inner-political roles in the
former Egyptian kingship realm and became a significant figure in
transforming Egypt into a regional centre within the vast and
culturally diverse empire of the Achaemenid Persians.
Udjahorresnet's reputation was such that he was revered some two
centuries after his death, but today many scholars view him as a
collaborator. He was, no doubt, a complex man, and he left a
complex record reflecting the complex world in which he lived. The
thirteen essays in this volume explore his life, his texts, his
artifacts and his milieu.
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