He fought a good princes [Luxor] Hyksos to liberate the country from invaders. Even the Ahmose I, led his army northwards to meet the Hyksos, and expelled out of the country, and then followed them until Harohen in Palestine. Then he started to send military expeditions, to force the Egyptian rule in Nubia.
Said Sabri Abdel Aziz, head of the Egyptian Antiquities that the King Ahmose I Neb accommodation of Ra - 1575 - 1550 BC is the first kings of the Eighteenth Dynasty and means born of the moon or the moon and his son due to link their names as the moon, which slave in Alahmonyen Minya, which the family settled later Luxor at Thebes.
Said Sabri Abdel Aziz, the Pharaoh Ahmose I assumed the throne after his brother Kamose completed the expulsion of the Hyksos after the death of his father Sagn Ra but the process of bringing the Hyksos from the country altogether and chase them even outside the borders of Egypt were in the age of Ahmose I and the fifth year of his reign, which lasted five twenty years.
He noted that the Commander Ahmose Ben Our Father said in his biography that the King Ahmose after spending the Asians arrived in the Second Cataract in the south to spend the Sahrawi tribes in Nubia and succeeded in eliminating most of them the military campaigns in the north of Palestine and Phoenicia, where he returned victorious, and with him the prisoners who worked in limestone quarries Boutrh.
He added that the Egyptian Museum has its vase of alabaster carved with the name of Ahmose, the first and last of the decoration of porcelain blue and there are images of the prisoners as well as the small statue of limestone at the Museum of Turin, Italy, the Statue of shawabti the British Museum and many scarabs in a number of museums such as the Louvre and Leiden, the British Museum and Turin as well as the heroine and the dagger, which was attributed to the Ahmose and displayed in the museum over the shorter.
The mummy was found in the Deir el-Bahari cache in 1880 by the kings and priests of the Twenty-First Dynasty 1058-950 BC collected from the royal tombs in the arm of Abu Naga, as well as the Valley of the Kings for the second cache tomb of King Amenhotep II, which disclosed in 1898