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Beginnings of Civilization: Egypt. Egypt. Africa Second largest continent Geographically diverse. Egypt. Agriculture in Africa 10,000 BCE 9000 BCE. Egypt. 8000-7500 BCE 7000 BCE 6500 BCE. Egypt. Political Development Small States Monarchies. Egypt. Bantu Migration Influence.

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Egypt
  • Africa
    • Second largest continent
    • Geographically diverse
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Egypt
  • Agriculture in Africa
    • 10,000 BCE
    • 9000 BCE
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Egypt
  • 8000-7500 BCE
  • 7000 BCE
  • 6500 BCE
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Egypt
  • Political Development
    • Small States
    • Monarchies
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Egypt
  • Bantu Migration
    • Influence
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Egypt
  • Climatic change 5000 BCE
    • Transformation of Sahara
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Egypt
  • Nile River
    • Longest river in the world
    • Annual Flooding
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Egypt
  • Development of Egypt tied to the Nile
    • “The Gift of the Nile”
    • Role of Flooding
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What do you notice about this map?

Which areas are the most fertile?

Why is the Nile so important?

Egypt
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Egypt
  • Unification of Egypt 3100 BCE
    • States develop along the Nile river valley
    • Menes
    • Absolute monarchy developed
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Egypt
  • Interactions with other civilizations
    • Nubia and Kush
  • Foreign occupation 1674-1550 BCE)
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Egypt
  • New Kingdom (1550-1070 BCE)
    • Egypt more aggressive
    • Military Expansion
    • Decline
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Egypt
  • Egyptian culture
    • Predominantly a patriarchal society
    • Accomplishments
    • Writing
    • Religion