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Elephant-shaped palette, ca. 3650-3300 BC; graywacke. During the Predynastic period there were elephants in Egypt. They were found in elite burial sites in Upper Egypt, Hierakonpolis, but when the climate became drier during the time of the Pharoahs, they moved south.

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Temple of Gerf Hussein in Nubia. Nubia is located in southern Egypt and Northern Sudan and is the homeland of Africa's earliest black culture traced from 3100 BC

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SANDSTORM THE GREAT PYRAMIDS OF GIZA - Egypt

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King Tut's Grandmother DNA analysis has identified this regal beauty as Tiye, Amenhotep III’s wife and Tut’s grandmother. She was embalmed with her left arm bent across her chest, interpreted as a queen’s burial pose. Her hair remains intact thanks to Egypt’s arid climate. Photograph by Kenneth Garret, National Geographic.

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Egypt’s Mammal Extinctions Tracked Through 6,000 Years of Art

Egypt’s Mammal Extinctions Tracked Through 6,000 Years of Art | Science | Smithsonian

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Not sure what this means, but better not delete :) - Des régions de végétation sont des régions dans la monde qui a une climat qui est distinct. Les déserts, les prairies, les forêts, le toundra et les calotte glacièrs sont toute les exemples des régions de végétation. J'ai choisis un photo d'un désert parce que c'est une exemple des régions de végétation.

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Cuiller d'offrandes" représentant une nageuse portant un ibex. La jeune femme nue porte une perruque courte alourdie par l'eau, se terminant à l'arrière par trois tresses. Le corps mince est étiré jusqu'à la pointe des pieds et ses bras tendus en avant portent un jeune ibex maîtrisé dont le corps évidé forme le cuilleron. Bois et pigment noir (coiffure, yeux, pubis, corne du bouquetin). Égypte, XVIIIe dynastie, règne d'Aménophis III, ca. 1390-1352 av. J.-C.

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.Due to the hot dry Egyptian climate, the paintings are frequently very well preserved, often retaining their brilliant colours seemingly unfaded by time. While commonly believed to represent Greek settlers in Egypt, the Faiyum portraits instead reflect the complex synthesis of the predominant Egyptian culture and that of the elite Greek minority in the city.

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Wig Ornament -- Dynasty 12 -- Reign of Semwosret II-Amenemhat III -- 1887-1813 BCE -- From El-Lahun -- Metropolitan Museum of Art

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