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CHAPTER III. Dawn of Civilization Early PeoplesThe Mediterranean RaceBlonde Peoples of Morocco and Southern PalestineFair Types in EgyptMigrations of Mediterraneans They reach BritainEarly Nilotic CivilizationsBurial CustomsOsiris InvasionThe Set ConquestSun Worshippers from BabyloniaSettlement in NorthComing of Dynastic EgyptiansThe Two KingdomsUnited by MenaThe Mathematicians of the DeltaIntroduction of CalendarProgressive PharaohsEarly Irrigation Schemes. IN the remote ages, ere the ice cap had melted in northern Europe, the Nile valley was a swamp, with growth of jungle like the Delta.

Nor did she light the lamp. The house was in darkness. She moaned where she lay, as if she were in sickness, and her garment was beside her. " asked Anpu, her husband. The woman answered him: "No one came nigh me save thy younger brother. ' Then was he angry, and he struck me until I promised that I would not inform thee. . " The elder brother became like an angry panther. Hesharpened his dagger and went out and stood behind the door of the byre with purpose to slay young Bata when he came nigh.

The land was a veritable hive of industry. Food was plentiful, for the harvests yielded corn, and huntsmen found wild animals more numerous as beasts of prey were driven from their lairs and lessened in number. Great galleys were built to trade in the Mediterranean, and each was propelled by sixty oarsmen. The ships of other peoples also visited the ports of Egypt, probably from Crete and the Syrian coast, and caravans crossed the frontier going eastward and north, while alien traders entered the land and abode in it.

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