(c. 1,069 B.C.) The New Kingdom of (c. 1,550 B.C.) The New Kingdom of Egypt begins as the Pharaohs of Egypt regain independence and displace the Hyksos. The technical innovations brough... more ends as part of the c. 1,200 B.C. The Bronze Age Collapse, an approximately 300 year period, was a violent, sudden, and culturally disruptive period in which many civiliz... more, its wealth making it the target of too many enemies, Libyans to its west, the Sea Peoples to the North, the Assyrians to its north and east, and corruptions, robbery, and civil unrest from within.