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The country was ruled by a number of strong kings who controlled not only all of Egypt but much of Nubia (the modern Sudan). It's a bit of a mystery how the ancients achieved such a perfect alignment, considering they did not have the magnetic compass at their disposal. They both farmed, each had its own distinct views on the social, political and religious aspects. The Pharaohs in Thebes may first have been content to mine gold and make money off the Red Sea trade to care about their overrun countrymen down river.

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