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1425 BC - Amenhotep II ascends the throne
Tuthmosis III's son, Amenhotep II, takes the throne. His name means "Amen is satisfied."

1424 BC - Amenhotep II invades Palestine and Syria

Amenhotep II advances into northern Palestine and then Syria. He captures and kills seven princes, takes their treasure and sends the bodies back to Egypt.

1420-1400 BC - Amenhotep II reigns peacefully

After strengthening his power in Nubia, Amenhotep II spends his last 20 years ruling a peaceful empire.
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