Tunip

Tunip was a city-state in western Syria in 1350–1335 BC, the period of the Amarna letters. The name `Syria` did not yet exist, though this was already the time of ancient Assyria. The regions were: Amurru, Nuhašše, the Amqu (the Beqaa), Nii, etc. The record of the appellation `Tunip` is mainly from Egyptian records, (Thutmose III, and Rame...
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Tunip

(from the article `Ramses II`) ...took a number of towns in Galilee and Amor, and the next year he was again on the Nahr al-Kalb. It may have been in the 10th year that he broke ...
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Tunip

[letter by citizens of Tunip] ...
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