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In some studies that I have done recently, I found out that Hyksos meant "Leaders of Foreign Lands" in Egyptian, and they were probably from Asia, or possibly Indo-European...

The horse and chariot were more than likely brought to Egypt by the Hurrian speaking tribes which probably went on to form the Mittanian Superpower, allegedly ruled by an Indo-Aryan warrior caste who held a lot of power in the Fertile Crescent to the north of Egypt, along the Euphrates and Tigris.

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Hyksos were the Edomites 6264 pennylane 25-Feb-15 19:42
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Hyksos are the "sea people" 873 Skatha 25-Feb-15 21:24
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Re: Hyksos were the Edomites 855 Ingvar Nord 28-Nov-16 14:36
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Re: Hyksos were the Edomites 1143 Rofhessa 12-Apr-17 15:14
Re: Hyksos were the Edomites 491 Rofhessa 25-Jul-17 12:10
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