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Ancient egyptians

Ancient egyptians

Ancient egyptians

ancient egyptian civilization

The history of Egypt is the longest continuous history of a country in the world for more than 7000 BC. Where Egypt was distinguished by the presence of the Nile River, which splits its land, which was considered a catalyst for the establishment of an ancient civilization, Egypt is also located in a distinguished geographical location that connects the continents of Asia and Africa and is linked to the continent of Europe through the Mediterranean Sea. All this led to the rise of a civilization known as the oldest civilization in human history.

pharaonic era

The ancient, middle and modern state. Each of these countries represents an era of prosperity and progress, and includes a number of Pharaonic families that ruled a united Egypt. These countries are headed by the three most famous kings who unified the two parts of the country, namely Narmer (Mena) Mentuhotep II and Ahmose I. The era of the Old Kingdom was preceded by an ancient era that included the First and Second Dynasties, in which the foundations of the Egyptian civilization were laid and the pillars of the Egyptian state were supported. Likewise, the country passed after each of those countries a period of weakness in which foreigners controlled part of the country and near the end of the pharaonic history the country enjoyed a renaissance era known as the Sawy era, in which the Egyptians tried to rise their country again and revive its old glory, and historians divided this pharaonic era into one Thirty ruling families.

The rule of the various pharaonic families

This era includes the First and Second Dynasties, and historians have called it several names, including: the “Ancient Era,” given that it is the oldest Egyptian historical era; It was also called the “Era of the Beginning of the Dynasties”, given that it includes the two dynasties with which the recorded history of Egypt begins. It was also called: “The Early Dynastic Era,” referring to the reasons we mentioned with the previous designations. It was also called: “The Thethenian Era,” in reference to the village of Thini, which is located near Abydos (Al Araba Al Madfuna, Al Balina Center, Sohag Governorate), given that most opinions suggest that the family that succeeded in uniting the two countries of Egypt came out of this village.

The era of the ancient state

The history of Egypt is the longest continuous history of a country in the world for more than 7000 BC. Where Egypt was distinguished by the presence of the Nile River, which splits its land, which was considered a catalyst for the establishment of an ancient civilization, Egypt is also located in a distinguished geographical location that connects the continents of Asia and Africa and is linked to the continent of Europe through the Mediterranean Sea. All this led to the rise of a civilization known as the oldest civilization in human history.

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