Top 10 Ancient Egyptian food

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Ancient Egyptians had shaped the food culture in the Ancient world. They were the largest suppliers of grains, especially wheat, and fed a population of about a million across different oldest civilizations including the Roman …

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Ancient Egyptian Government

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Ancient Egyptian government depended on two major factors; the Egyptian Pharaoh and agriculture. The Pharaoh was the political and religious leader and was considered the divine representative of gods on earth. Agriculture, on the other …

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Top 10 most famous people of Ancient Egypt

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Ancient Egypt was rich in history, marvelous architecture, and prominent individuals. Ibn Khaldun, Moses, and Cleopatra were amongst the many prominent figures that had a massive role with their contributions in highlighting Egypt’s name in …

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10 Plagues of Ancient Egypt

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Ancient Egypt has been marked in history books as the land of suffering for the Hebrew people. Under the rule of the Egyptian Pharaoh Ramesses II, the Hebrews suffered from extreme forms of slavery. When …

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10 Famous Ancient Egyptian Pharaohs

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Pharaoh, in Ancient Egypt, was initially referred to as “Great House,” and a royal palace where the leaders resided. The word Pharaoh was eventually used to honor and respect the leaders or the Kings of ancient …

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What Did Cleopatra Really Look Like?

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Cleopatra, the Egyptian Queen has gained massive popularity due to various misconceptions regarding her look. If we look into her modern depiction, we see her being portrayed as a beautiful, small-nosed woman with a pale …

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Who was Hypatia: Life and Contributions

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Hypatia was a mathematician, scientist, and philosopher from Alexandria. She was the daughter of Theon, a vital scientist, and mathematician, who also taught her science and philosophy.  Her influence in the city during the 4th …

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