Geographical setting, natural features and resources of New Kingdom Egypt and its neighboursGeographical setting, natural features and resources of New Kingdom Egypt and its neighbours
The Nile River was the most important feature of the New Kingdom landscape and forms south of Egypt at the junction between the Blue Nile and the White Nile
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3. 51 Hippopotamus amulet Glassy faience3. 51 Hippopotamus amulet Glassy faience
The statuettes were thus made simply to amuse the elite. However, should the faience hippos have a purely funerary function, then this must only have lasted for a very short period of time
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The Indus Valley Civilization What We\The Indus Valley Civilization What We've Learned About the Indus Valley in the Last Century
All these areas relied on important rivers: Egypt relying on the annually flooding Nile, China on the Yellow River, the ancient Indus Valley civilization
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What\What's a Dynasty?
It's a powerful group or family that maintains its position for a number of years. The New York Yankees baseball team of the 1920s is considered a dynasty because they went to the World Series almost every year and had great leaders
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