Sea Peoples in Sardinia, c. 1100 BC ~ art by Giuseppe Rava

Sea Peoples in Sardinia, c. 1100 BC, artwork by Giuseppe Rava.

Title "The Sea People" by original pinner. Not sure if it is an accurate interpretation.

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The Sea People. A mysterious group of sea-borne warriors that ravaged the late Bronze Age Aegean.

Sea peoples - The island conspiracy: 'War of the eighth year', 1191-1178 BC ~ art by Giuseppe Rava

Sea peoples - The island conspiracy: 'War of the eighth year', BC ~ art by Giuseppe Rava

Simple watercolor paintings for beginner watercolor artists

Simple watercolor paintings for beginner watercolorists. Basic watercolor techniques for the beginner. Watercolor tips and techniques helpful to beginners.

Emmanuel de Rougé's translation of the North wall of the mortuary temple of Ramesses III at Medinet Habu led him to coin the term "Sea Peoples." This famous scene shows what has come to be known as the Battle of the Delta in 1177 BC. (The original uploader was Seebeer at German Wikipedia in 2006. This image is in the public domain because its copyright has expired.)

What Caused the Mysterious Bronze Age Collapse?

infamous battle between Ramesses III and ship-borne raiders, lack of lower boom visible for better navigation (sea peoples?

SEa Peoples (Canaanites?)

The Sea Peoples is a generic term for several groups that contributed to the downfall of Bronze Age civilization. One of the groups, the Peleset, may have given rise to the words "Philistine" and "Palestine.

Naval engagement on the Lokris coast.  1-2 Lokris warriors, 3 Sea-people warrior and 4 Ahhiyawa, Sea-people officer

Total War: Age of Bronze [Bronze Age Modification] - Page 5

Battle of the Delta was a sea battle between Egypt and the Sea Peoples, circa 1175 BCE when the Egyptian pharaoh Ramesses III repulsed a major sea invasion.

Naval battle between Egyptians and Sea Peoples (about 1190 BC) Archaeological reconstruction by Andrea Salimbeti and Raffaele D'Amato artist Igor Dzis.

Could there have been a "World War Zero"? New archaeological evidence offers a compelling case.

Lost civilization of 'sea people' may have sparked world war over 3,000 years ago

Lost civilization of 'sea people' may have sparked world war over years ago. Could there have been a "World War Zero"? New archaeological evidence offers a compelling case.

The Israel Stele of Merneptah. c. 1210 BC, currently located in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.

ancientart: The Israel Stele of Merneptah. 1210 BC, currently located in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.

Minoan tray with handles from Phaistos.  From around 2700 to 1450 BC, the Minoan civilization flourished as a seafaring and mercantile culture. This vibrant culture was centred around the island of Crete and eventually dominated the Agean region. The Egyptians called the Minoans “the Sea Peoples” and had a fond appreciation for Minoan pottery and ceramics, prized for their innovative shapes and sea-inspired designs

Minoian Civilization - Tray from Phaistos (Crete). The Archaeological Museum of Heraklion

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