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2000 BCE: Arrival of the Hyksos in Jordan.
1783 BCE: Avaris is built and set as capital of Hyksos.
1782 BCE - 1570 BCE: The Hyksos reign in Lower Egypt during the Second Intermediate Period.
1782 BCE - 1570 BCE: Art is influenced by the Hyksos and Nubians during the Second Intermediate Period of Egypt.
1725 BCE: Invasion of the Hyksos.
1700 BCE - 1600 BCE: Egypt divided between three powers: Hyksos at Avaris, Egyptians at Thebes, Nubians to the south.
1580 BCE: Seqenera Taa (Ta'O) of Thebes leads army against Hyksos of Avaris.
1580 BCE: Conflict between the Hyksos at Avaris and Egyptians of Thebes breaks out; Theban king Ta'O killed in battle.
1570 BCE: Ahmose I defeats and expels the Hyksos from Egypt and destroy their capital Avaris.
1570 BCE: Ahmose I of Thebes drives the Hyksos from Egypt and unifies the nation under Theban rule, ushering in the New Kingdom of Egypt and attributing his victory to Amun.
1570 BCE: Hyksos are driven from Egypt by Ahmose I who initiates the period of the New Kingdom.
1570 BCE: Ahmose I drives the Hyksos from Egypt and establishes buffer states around borders which become provinces of empire.
1570 BCE: Hyksos driven from Jordan by the Egyptians.
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