Thutmose III captured Canaanite Megiddo by leading a sneak attack through the narrow, treacherous Musmus Pass. Almost 4,000 years later, during World War I, General Allenby modeled his march on Turkish-controlled Megiddo after the Egyptian pharaoh’s battle plans. See Eric H. Cline, “In Pharaoh’s Footsteps: History Repeats Itself in General Allenby’s 1918 March on Megiddo,” AO 01:02, and Cline’s letter to the editor in The Forum, AO 02:02.