Features of the development of Ancient Egypt in the late period (712 – 332 BC)

In the VII century. BC Egypt was attacked by the Assyrians. A short period of calm came only during the XXVI dynasty.
However, in 525 BC. Egypt was invaded by the Persians, who founded the XXVII dynasty with the status of a province.
The last independent pharaohs are the XXVIII-XXX dynasties, but a new blow from the Persians ended the independence of Egypt forever.
Persia and Egypt in 332 BC fell under the blows of the armies of Alexander the Great, who turned the last page of the history of the great Egyptian civilization. The final decline in the status of the province of Rome came as a result of the attack of Caesar Augustus in 30 BC.

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