See, e.g., the Egyptian version of the peace treaty between Egypt and Hatti, where Kmt corresponds to Misri in the Akkadian version. Clearly, the clause referring to mutual renunciation of invasion can only refer to Egypt in the broad sense of the word: “The Great Prince of Harti shall not trespass against the land of Egypt (Kmt) forever, to take anything from it” (Kenneth A. Kitchen, Ramesside Inscriptions II, p. 227; Wilson, “Egyptian and Hittite Treaties,” ANET, p. 200).