In the Tel el-Amarna tablets we find the Bedawin and their shekhs playing a part in the politics of Canaan.
"Early Israel and the Surrounding Nations" by Archibald Sayce
At any rate there is no trace of them in the cuneiform letters of Tel el-Amarna.
"Patriarchal Palestine" by Archibald Henry Sayce
The religious teaching at Tel el-Amarna presents no difference in the main from that which prevailed in other parts of Egypt.
"History Of Egypt, Chaldæa, Syria, Babylonia, and Assyria, Volume 5 (of 12)" by G. Maspero
It was in this season also that the ever memorable excavations conducted at Tel-el-Amarna were first begun.
"History Of Egypt From 330 B.C. To The Present Time, Volume 12 (of 12)" by S. Rappoport
The Tel-el-Amarna tablets brought to light in 1887, furnish some very interesting and informing materials concerning diplomatic marriages.
"Oriental Women" by Edward Bagby Pollard
The remains of a glass factory at Tel el Amarna are believed to be of the XVIII Dynasty.
"De Re Metallica" by Georgius Agricola
Tel el-Amarna, discovery at, 22; inscriptions at, 126.
"The Hittites" by A. H. Sayce