The Egypt That Was; Within Fifteen Lessons We Placed the

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It allowed humans to spread throughout the planet adapting new traits, such as fairer skin to better get vitamin D in environments without much sunlight. The American team that found it says its sheer size may have helped it escape detection all these years. The result was a single state 200 miles long, which wielded power that no other city-state could match. Rituals marking the different stages of life are also an important area of religious practice, and one that is largely shared by Muslims and Christians.

Pages: 170

Publisher: HardPress Publishing (August 1, 2012)

ISBN: 1290790086

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