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Research Article: Ancient Egypt 2675-332 B.c.e.: Theater

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Important Events in Theater

All dates in this chronology are approximations (c.) and occur before the common era (B.C.E.).

2500–2170 One of the earliest composed dramas, concerning the battle between the gods Horus and Seth, may have been written during this time period. The text is preserved only on the Shabaka Stone which dates to this king's reign (716–702 B.C.E.).
2130–2008 The Coffin Texts, which may have been dramatized, are composed during this time. The possible dramatic texts concern the goddess Isis' conception of her son Horus.
1919–1875 The Dramatic Ramesseum Papyrus, identified as a drama by the Egyptologist Kurt Sethe, is composed during the reign of Senwosret I. This text contains the burial ritual for a king and the coronation of the new king at the end of his father's funeral.
1836–1818 The...

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